In the premises of the wildlife sanctuary is the zero point from which one can look across 300 kms to view Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi.
You have to walk inside the sanctuary for a kilometer and half to reach to the point. A guided trek upto Zero Point is the most recommended way to explore the green beauty of the Wildlife sanctuary. One can see the panoromic view of Himalayan peaks like Kedarnath Peak, Shivling, and Nanda Devi from Zero point.Zero point is the highest point in Binsar National Park . It takes about 50 to 60 minutes of walking uphill from the road head , has a fantastic view of the lush green forest & mountains from this point. Zero point is a short trek from the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary forest rest house..cars need to be parked at the FRH and then its a 2km trek to a man-made watch tower.. it gives you a great view of a number of famous peaks..an entire range of snow capped mountains are visible.. the trek also gives you some amazing views
This place is 9 km drive from entry to the National Park and 45 min (2 km) walk after that. Worth a try due to easy walk, great views of snow peaks.