Kalinchowk is one of the best places to visit in Nepal. It one of the top 10 best destinations in Nepal in the winter season. Kalinchowk Cable Car is the third cable car service in Nepal came into operation from November. After the cable car service, it is easier to get on the top of the Kalinchowk Bhagwati (3842m).
There are four gondolas (Check the meaning below) in the cable car services where 10 persons (up to 800kg) can travel at a time. Cable car service is different from the one being operated at Manakamana and Chandragiri. It is much shorter and smaller in size.
You can find the latest information about Kalinchowk Cable Car price list, Operating hours, duration, cable car length, contact number and some of the amazing photos.
Kalinchowk Cable Car Ticker Price
Kalinchowk Cable Car is not that expensive compared to the Chandragiri. However, comparing its distance, it the way expensive than Manakamana and Chandragiri for Nepali tourist. Find out the ticket price list of Kalinchowk Cable Car below.
Kalinchowk Cable Car Ticket Price List
|Nepali Adult||500 Nrs|
|Student||375 Nrs (25 % Off)|
|Disable||375 Nrs (25 % Off)|
|Elderly||375 Nrs (25 % Off)|
|Child Below 3 Years||Free|
Kalinchowk Cable Car Length
Kalinchowk Cable Car is 900 meters in horizontal and 950 meters in inclined lengths. It takes approx. It takes 5 minutes to get to the top and same time return back. If you want to walk instead of a cable car then it depends on how fast you walk. It is steep up walking along the small forests. For a normal adult person, it takes 1 hour to get on the top but because it is cold and high altitude generally people get on the top in 70-80 minutes.
Kalinchowk Cable Car Operating Hour /Contact
Cable Car serves from 7 AM – 4 PM in the winter season (Mangsir-Poush-Magh) and 6 AM – 5 PM in rest of the months.
Contact No – 01-4113710 (Kathmandu), 049 – 421357 (Charikot)
Kalinchowk Cable Car Video
Kalinchowk Cable Car Photo Gallery
[Gondola – A gondola lift is a means of cable transport and type of aerial lift which is supported and propelled by cables from above. It consists of a loop of steel cable that is strung between two stations, sometimes over intermediate supporting towers. –Wikipedia]