Enjoy your weekend at Phuldungri Hill

Phuldungiri Hill is carpeted with tall trees and long grasses were the source of inspiration of Bibhuti Bhusan for an additional best creation of novel “ARYAANAK” where you’ll find the lucid description of a forest. It is a small hillock which provides a magnificent panoramic view of the city of Ghatshila. This hill is on the National High Way No 33. This hillock is roofed with a thick verdant forest of tall Sal and Mahua trees mostly. It will be an out-of-the-world experience if one wants to steer through the dense forest of Phuldungri, where the thick plants and trees make even sunlight difficult to pierce. There is a twisting trail covered with red pebbles through which one can approach top of Capitol Hill. The sunset and sunrise view from the hilltop is an unforgettable experience. This beautiful place attracts a lot of tourists.
Phuldungri may be a hillock in Jharkhand, separated from the most range of Dalma hills. The hillock is a complete package of scenic beauty as it is fully covered by forest. It attracts many tourists from the nearby state of West Bengal and Odisha throughout the year.

Phuldungri hill is found during a village called Ghatshila, within the East Sighbhum district of Jharkhand. The town of Ghatshila is situated at the bank of river Subarnarekha and is surrounded by forest and Dalma hills. Phuldungri is found on the borders of the State of Jharkhand and West Bengal. Phuldungri mostly is covered with Sal (Shorea robusta) and Mahua (Madhuca Longifolia) trees.
A tropical climate prevails in Phuldungri Hill. The Summer months range from March to June and the temperature varies between 35-degree to 45-degree centigrades. The month of April and May are the hottest. The hillock receives moderate rainfall during the rainy months of July to August. The winter stretches between the month of November to February with the temperature falling between 10 to 15-degree centigrade. The month of December and January are the coldest. The best time to visit Phuldungri Hill is during the winter months of December to February because the cold weather makes it comfortable enough to climb up the hill.
Phuldungri Hill is often reached both by rail and by road. If you are boarding a train, get down at Ghatshila (Station Code: GTS) and from the station take a cab or auto to Phuldungri Hill. The distance between Ghatshila Station and Phuldungri Hill is 19.6 km via NH18.
Buses run between Jamshedpur and Ghatshila every day and generally operate between 6 am to 5 pm. If you are traveling by a public bus, you can rent a cab or auto from the Ghatshila bus stand known as Fuldungri bus stand to

Phuldungri Hill. The distance between Fuldungri bus stand and Phuldungri Hill is 23.7 km via NH18.
Phuldungri Hill is a safe place for the tourist but it’s always better to follow certain tips while visiting as it is situated in an isolated place. Here are some tips to follow for a secure visit to Phuldungri Hill.
The hill is completely covered by the forest and therefore, it becomes isolated after sunset, so, avoid visiting the hill during the dark hours.
Avoid visiting the hill alone, always be in a group. The safest time to visit is between 6 am to 4 pm. It is much safer to visit the hill during the peak season, i.e December to February. Carry water bottles, medicines, snacks, and other refreshments along.
The masses of tall Sal trees and red pebbles entice the tourists. The stunning aerial view of Ghatshila from the highest of Phuldungri Hills and therefore the beautiful dawn and sundown will still be clean to your reminiscence for the future. The view at night is really scintillating when the lights of the town are on. We can see that they are widespread out and shining like stars all sides of the landscape. While these vistas are mesmerising and unique, treak trail amidst the forest is also alluring. A stroll through the densely wooded area offers us a wonderful, out-of-the-world entertainment.
Upon climbing the highest, one can obtain an aerial view of Ghatshila. This view is particularly remarkable in the dark when the sunshine of the town is switched on and one can see them opened up all across the landscape. While the view is mesmerising on its own, the trek trail itself is not any less. Passing through dense forests, it’s a comparatively less known path that’s bound to enthrall you if you wish trekking generally.

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