A fair trek to reach the top and it can be slippery underfoot where the sunlight doesn't get through. A few of our team ended up on their rears. Going down was harder than the climb up. We were in trekking boots and saw people trying to attempt it in flip flops, which I wouldn't advise.
Beautiful temple to see if you're in the area with some lovely views of Pokhara from the top
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