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Jawahar Parbat, Darjeeling, India
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Tenzing Rock is a part of seven points local tour package. There is a small rock of height about 20 feet. You can go for the rock climbing which is pretty easy and you can do it even if you haven't done before. Nice experience

Thank ankitsaxena90
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tenzing Rock is located on Lebong Cart Road of Darjeeling If you are coming from Darjeeling town, then it should take about 20 minutes by taxi Tenzing Rock, a gigantic natural rock in Darjeeling is named after Tenzing Norgay, the man who created history by...More

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Reviewed 3 September 2018

The attraction is just next to the road.Tenzing Norgay is said to practice rock climbing on this rock.not advisable for amateurs.

Thank AnjanManda
Reviewed 29 August 2018

The Tenzing Rock is inside the zoo and part of Mountaineering Institute. It is good spot for capturing the photograph for memory.

Thank abhay60
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Tenzing rock is a natural rock used for Rock climbing by the HMI named after the much renowned Tenzing Norgay who created history by climbing the Everest first...you climb the rock using a thick rope...not easy at all...gets all slippery in the rains...

Thank GauravC697
Reviewed 17 July 2018

Tenzing Rock is a popular tourist spot . It is one of the only natural rock climbing sites in Darjeeling..This rock is situated just next to the road where you can climb the rock with help of only a rope around your waist.There are thick...More

Thank Rojasireesha
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This place has some historical significance because this is where Tenzing Norgay used to teach and train (sometimes), but as of today it's a dirty and badly maintained place surrounded by lots of hawkers selling food and what not. You can try "rock climbing" here,...More

Thank AnkurPankur
Reviewed 10 July 2018

It's looks like easy but unfortunately i can't climb till the top. The view surely magnificent from top of it.

Thank Traveller298278
Reviewed 11 April 2018

A popular destination. Being a small rock and easy to climb, tourists flock here to climb and take selfies to nourish a false sense of achievement. Pity. Anyways, the rock rocks.

Thank iamArnabPal
Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

This rock is cradle of Tenzing Norgay. When very young, while tending sheep, he would climb this rock, with bare hands and feet, to oversee grazing herd. Today they have carved few grooves and ropes dangle for anyone to try. 7 out ten don't attempt,...More

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