A large Buddhist stupa is located on the ridge overlooking Phewa Lake at an elevation of 1113m. Standing more than 40m tall, the stupa looks as if it has been cross-bred with a lighthouse. This site provides one of the most satisfying short hikes in Pokhara Valley. The views from the top are phenomenal. View from here is just about the best wide angle panorama you can get of this part of the Himalayas. Over on the far left you will see towering hump of Mt. Dhaulagiri and its westerly sisters, in the middle rises Annapurna and the graceful pyramid of Mt. Fishtail and off to the right are Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Himalchuli and Mt. Baudha. Small café’s around provides the refreshments. A basic up and back trip can be done in two or three hours. After enjoying the magnificent views of mountains, lakes and town you can hike down the to the Phewa lake and return back to the hotel after one hour boat ride on Phewa lake.