Driving the road to Supa Deurali Temple is not a piece of cake

Located in Nepal, Supa Deurali Temple (Supa Deural Mandir) is a mountain temple at an elevation of 1,509m (4,950ft) above sea level.

Supa Deurali Temple

Where is Supa Deurali Temple?

Built in the ancient pagoda style, the temple is located in the heart of the Arghakhanchi district in the southern part of the country.

How long is the road to Supa Deurali Temple?

The road to the temple is called F011 (Sandhikharka-Gorusinghe Road). It’s mostly paved. The road to the shrine is 20.2 km (12.55 miles) long, running from Sitapur to Adguri. The road offers panoramic views.

Is the road to Supa Deurali Temple difficult?

The road is extremely challenging, with gravel parts and very narrow sections, totally impassable for two cars at the same time. It’s periodically obstructed due to landslides triggered by incessant rainfall. Near the temple, the road is extremely dangerous, with a high number of accidents. It’s said to be the most dangerous part of this narrow road.
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