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Tiffin Top

Patrick Rajput
I woke up early and decided to walk down the countryside route. This was the first view I encountered after reaching to a certain height.
Dr.Shilpa Rao
Next we headed to tiffin top..which was at a height of 7800ft. Wait, the best journey to reach the place which we chose was horse riding which was charged Rs 800 per horse and trust me it was totally worth and that was so adventurous on the curvy Jim Corbett mountain roads and I was shit scared in the beginning and controlled my adrenaline rush and some how managed to maintain my position over the horse.A person accompanied us and was talking all along so that we won't be afraid of the journey. But the view was truly breathtaking. We took a ride for about 10kms and reached tiffin top which was highest point and from there we could see entire surrounding cities and the mighty Himalayas. And we were above the clouds and could clearly see the sunset turning down form the clouds.
4V
Visit to Tiffin TopAfter spending some time near the lake, we decided to visit Tiffin Top which is another recreational site meant for travel enthusiasts. The best part of visiting this place is that it is located atop a hill and one of the most convenient ways to reach the place is by riding on a horse.This sounded to be an interesting proposal for the entire family as we didn't even remember the last time we rode on a horse. We, thus, decided to avail this golden opportunity and make the most of it.It was fun riding on the stone cobbled path. The balmy weather was the icing on the cake. After covering every few metres, we would stop to witness the scenic beauty of Nainital from different altitudes.We also got a chance to have a glimpse of Amitabh Bachchan's school. The path was dotted with tall trees on both sides making us feel close to nature. After having some great fun on the way, we finally reached the tiffin top. I was flabbergasted seeing the aerial view of the hills. We captured the hills' scenic beauty in our cameras since it would help us reminisce in the good times we were having after returning.We ate to our heart's content and headed back to the starting point. This was definitely one of the highlights of our trip that we knew we will fondly cherish.
Abhinaw Chauhan
Tiffin Top is a popular picnic spot in Nainital, located on Ayrpatta hill at an average elevation of 2292 meters above sea level. It offers a magnificent 360 degree view of Nainital town and surrounding hills of kumaon region. Tiffin Top is at 4 km from Nainital town, you can enjoy the easy hike to Tiffin Top It takes 2-3 hrs to reach or you can also ride on ponies, but hike through the cliff is more interesting. Tiffin top is a delight for photographers or those who love capturing the divine beauty of nature in a photographic shots. With lush green and peaceful environs along in addition the spectacular views of the snow-covered Himalayan peaks adds to the charm of the Tiffin Top. The scenic view which is experienced through this place is worth a thousand other experiences. It is a nature's lover delight and for everyone else who want to explore the enrapturing sight of the beautiful hilly environment. Sometimes adventure activities like rappelling and rock climbing are also conducted in Tiffin top.
Mrittika Paul
Situated at an height of 2290 meters on Ayarpatta Hill, Tiffin Top is a very famous viewing and picnic spot in Nainital. Also known as Dorothy's Seat, it was built by a British Army Officer, J.P Kellet in the memory of his wife, Dorothy Kellet. Presenting a 360 degree panoramic view of the beautiful city below as well as of the majestic, snow-capped Himalayas, it's not only a certified treat for the eyes and the soul, but also candy land for aspiring and professional photographers. All you need to do is grab a picnic basket(along with the camera for photographers), sit down and bask in the grandeur and magnificence of mother nature. Oh and you certainly wouldn't want to miss the sunset from here! To reach there, one can go on horse back at Rs. 500 - Rs. 700 or, for the adventure lovers, one can opt for a trek to the hill; it's easier on the pocket too.