Nepal houses a portion of the highest peaks far and wide; 14 out of highest 20 to be correct. While at the same time going by Nepal, the one thing you would not have any desire to miss is to in any event get a look at these excellent monster peaks like Mount Machhapuchhre, the AmaDablamHimal, Annapurna massif and the powerful Everest itself. For this reason, Nepal has viewpoints from where the sights of the mountains and their scene can be found in a moderate closeness. For a superb viewing of the Himalayas, here is a rundown of a portion of the best viewpoints in Nepal…


The Kalapattar is the highest viewpoint in Nepal and Kalapatter is situated in Everest Region and it is the best viewpoint to have the considerable view of world highest mountain Everest and the various Himalayas and every one of the trekkers those trek in the Everest Region do miss to climb this viewpoint to see the Everest and one should take Everest Base Camp or another trekking program in the Region, for example, Everest high pass trek to Chola pass Everest Base Camp Trek.

Poon Hill

Situated over the town of Ghorepani in the Annapurna locale of Nepal, Poon Hill (3,210m) is the most gone to a viewpoint in this rundown. It offers tremendous dawn views of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, yet you’ll likely need to impart these views to no less than one hundred kindred trekkers.

It’s moderately effectively available by means of the lower Annapurna trail framework and should be possible in around 3 – 4 days round trek from Pokhara.

Gokyo RI

The Gokyo RI is scandalous and less gone by viewpoint which lies at the height of 5,483 meters. This viewpoint is situated on the west side of the Ngozumpa ice sheet, which is thought to be the biggest icy mass in Nepal and additionally the Himalayas. This viewpoint is found somewhat more remote from the Mount Everest encompassed by the Gokyo Lakes of the nation. Gokyo (4750m/15,583 ft) is situated at the base of the viewpoint, which comprises of the biggest settlements of the world. Four 8,000 meters peaks like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu can be seen from this unfathomable viewpoint.


Khopra Ridge

Khopra Ridge (otherwise known as KhopraDanda, 3,660m) offers breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri (8,167m), the world’s seventh highest mountain. It’s one of the uncommon viewpoints with a cabin, so in the event that you are sufficiently fortunate to get a room at the simple end of the corridor you can open your window ornament toward the beginning of the day and take in the views from the solace of your resting pack, before heading outside for an incredibly beautiful breakfast.


Arranged 32 km east of the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, and Nagarkot is a standout amongst the grandest spots in the Bhaktapur. It is the most available viewpoint as it is situated inside the capital city. Nagarkot is notable for the staggering dawn and nightfall alongside the all-encompassing view of the Kathmandu. At a rise of 2,195 meters, it is known for a dawn view of the Himalayas including Mount Everest and also different peaks of the Himalayan scope of eastern Nepal