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It's THE point to enjoy either sunrise or sunset at Hampi. The experience is beyond words and unmatched. For sunrise , sunset as it would take anything between 20 minutes to 40 minutes to ascend, depending on how good you are at moderate trekking. The route to it is exactly where the hampi bazar street ends and opposite of the Nandi temple. Climb is easy, climbing the boulder patches is an unique experience.while climbing as the daylight breaks Veerupaksha temple starts looking awesome, a photograph is must here, then reaching the top, enjoying the cool winter breeze, waiting for the sun to appear are all become just a part of the plan, what seems precious is you being there, breathing in the calmness of the place, 360 degrees view of sacred place of Hampi can be seen from here. Veerupaksha temple, Achyutaraya Temple, infinite canvas of boulders,water stream going through the paddy fields, everything is simply amazing, it seems like it is a home. After that one can take the same route to descend or can take the route from opposite side which leads to the water stream and then via a small road going through the surrounds of trees and boulders one can reach the temple of goddess, So, if you are at hampi do ascend this hill to experience an amazing sunrise.