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Chinapeak Nanital View
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China Peak also called as Naina peak is the highest point at an altitude of 8566 feet (2611mt). On a bright sunny day we trecked to this point via forest having cypresses, rhododendrons and deodars trees. The treck is approx 6 kms, there is a shorter route of 4kms but is quite steep.

You get a panoramic view of the entire himalayas some 1100kms from left to right including Mt.everest & Nanda Devi peak.

Copyright: Ranjan Sharma
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Uploaded: 12/01/2011
Updated: 14/08/2014
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