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A Climb Up this Hill in Jhalana - Adventurous or Dangerous?


In the Jhalana forest area of Jaipur is this amazing looking hill, which is quite high and offers absolutely mesmerising views once you reach the top. Also the climb up this hill in Jhalana is itself a thrilling experience, which lures many locales to reach the top of this hill. But is this spot just a site for adventure tourism?

Not really. As adventurous and exciting it seems, it is actually equally dangerous. Why? Well there are many reasons. First of all, it is a tough climb so there is a risk of falling off the hill while climbing. The terrain is quite rough and risky. Also this area being a part of the Jhalana forest brings along a risk of being attacked by wild animals. And then the risk and danger doubles during the rainy season as the terrain gets slippery. Even a second of carelessness can prove fatal. It gets extremely difficult to get down from the hill in case it rains.

But people are still visiting this spot to enjoy the climb and the beautiful view up there. And there is no one to stop them. Being a spot in the wild, visiting this hill in Jhalana, Jaipur is prohibited.

Enjoy the Thrill. Be Sportive. But Not at the Risk of your Life! Choose Adventure Not Danger. Play Safe!

 


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