Hidimba Parvat in Bhimtal

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Hidimba Parvat in Bhimtal

Hidimba Parvat is a lush green terrain located at a distance of 5 km from Bhimtal. The hill has been named after a demon called Hidimba, the wife of Bhima.

Hidimba Parvat is a lush green terrain located only 5 kilometers from Bhimtal. The hill was named after Hidimba, a demon who was the wife of Bheema, one of the Pandava brothers from the famous mythological story Mahabharata.

Climbing the Hidimba Parvat is ideal for those looking for a physical challenge. The temple, dedicated to Bhima’s wife, is about 5 kilometers from Bhimtal and offers beautiful views of the hills from its grounds.

However, you should be aware that the area is crawling with rowdy monkeys, and you should be prepared to defend yourself. Also, because the oxygen gets thinner as you ascend, the trek up the mountains is not suitable for people with heart or respiratory problems.

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