While heading 4 km south-east of Majhaghare Cottage and Restro through Gairigaun-Singareybash Motor Road, a viewpoint called Huddikot, standing at 1140 m above the mean sea level (Pokhara-33, Manial Danda) is reached (10-minute north-hike from Maniel Danda) which provide an amazing panoramic view of Himalayas (Annapurna range, Machhapuchree, and Dhaulagiri mountains) including Lekhnath and Pokhara City.

The sunrise and setting sun looks very beautiful from this viewpoint along with settlements of Pokhara and Lekhnath City. The Seti River looks beautiful from this viewpoint with various twists and turns cutting edges on the side of the river. Besides, Kot Bhairab temple is also very close (5-minute walk) from this cycling track on the south-west side of Manial Danda which was established during the Malla period, has remained a religious tourist attraction that draws pilgrims from Syangja, Tanahu, Nirmalpokhari, and finally Bharatpokhari. Similarly, nearby Hudikot’s Deurali Devi Temple is a holy temple. It is thought that if there hasn’t been rain in a long time, it can be brought back in a day or two by performing specific puja and singing ‘Har Har Mahadev’ a Shiva-related slogan.