The initial trail follows through a tribal village and then the trail quicky gives way to dense forest. The trail is quite clear and there is no chance that you could get lost even though a part of the trail is through the forest. The gradient of the trek is moderate initially. After about thirty minutes of hiking, the trail becomes a bit harder as the incline is more now. But you can reach the summit without much difficulty.
Once we were on top of the Biharinath summit, we were simply drawn in to the place. You can get a view of the Joychandi and Susunia hills from a distance. The whole ambience was so serene and calm that we felt like sitting there for long. The place is simply rejuvenating. After spending some time on the hilltop, we traced our way down to Biharinath village. Our next destination was Garhpanchkot.
Nature has always been a drawing factor for travellers. We revel in the calmness of nature. Biharinath trek had been one such activity that we absolutely enjoyed in Bankura. We wanted to stay here for watching the sunset, but could not as we had further plans. Nevertheless, the time we spent at Biharinath was simply wonderful for us.