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Tarey Bhir - A Walk Along The Ridge - Namchi - Sikkim

Visit Timings
Best Visit Hours 08:00 hrs   16:00 hrs
Morning hours are the best time for excursion. Proper gear and guide should be hired.

 Entry Criteria
Entry free for all


ABOUT 
10,000 feet long dry cliff offering breathtaking views from where visitors can get spectacular views of the river valleys down below and lush green forest coverage and distant snow capped mountain peaks.Tarey Bhir is an amazing point of attraction for people who adore natural thrill. It is situated on a beautiful locale near a rural hamlet called Sadam, which is about 18 km away from Namchi. The word ‘Bhir’ means cliff in the local Nepal language, the length is around 10,000 feet with a breathtaking viewpoint at the edge from where people can get spectacular views of the river valleys below, the lush green forest coverage, panoramic view of the confluence of the two rivers of Sikkim Teesta and Rangit.
Tarey Bhir is a 3 km long ridge with a 3500 ft drop at the end. The Bhir (Nepali for cliff) is one spectacular formation and it is hard to resist taking a few shots. There was a stepped path built along the top of the ridge that made it look like a small wall of China. It was quite windy as we started to descend the steps. A barred side railing kept us from flying off the ridge. The houses in the nearby villages looked like small specks from that height.The 3 km long stone bridge from where views of Sikkim's mountains and villages can be seen. It is the only place from where Kalimpong, Darjeeling and Teesta River can be seen at a one eye sight. Tarey Bhir is an amazing point of attraction and looks like The Great Wall of China.The word 'Bhir' means cliff in the local language.From here the visitor can witness spectacular views of the river valleys below, the lush green forest coverage, panoramic view of the confluence of the two rivers of Sikkim Teesta and Rangit. 
 

Address - tarey bhir sadam,, Namchi, Sikkim

 

LOCATION
It’s located on the way to Sadam from Namchi at a distance of 14 km. The road bifurcates at Bhanjyang from where we take the right road towards Sadam. Local jeep services run regularly. 
 

 

 

10,000 feet long dry cliff offering breathtaking views from where visitors can get spectacular views of the river valleys down below and lush green forest coverage and distant snow capped mountain peaks.

Tarey Bhir also presents a comprehensive view of the tea garden sprawled on a sloppy hill of Peshok with a train of houses all aligned along the road to Darjeeling.