Table of contents for One Tour, Two Ghumakkars, Three Jyotirlings, Four Treks
Bhimashankar Jyotirling is the most remote jyotirling among all the jyotirlings apart from Kedarnath.
Nagfani Peak or Point
Finally after 6 hours of trek and walking and climbing around 10 km at around 4.30 PM we were on the top most part of the peak called Nagfani. Now those who visit Bhimashankar Temple via road also please go this Nagfani Peak.Its a must visit for people who want to see breath taking views. Also it /place where one will find wind blowing at tremendous speed. One will feel as if he/she is flying. If you throw any light things like paper , hankerchief etc. it will not fall down in the valley it will come back to you , such is the force here. The peak also looks as the hood of the snake hence it is called Nagfani peak.
Then we went towards Nagfani Peak to see the views. This is also called Nagfani point.
When we reached Nagfani point we saw some stunning views at all the three sides . Cold Wind was blowing and we were enjoying its fragrance . Our all tiredness was gone . (more…)