Baghdwar is the place where Bagmati river originates. It is in the forest of Shivapuri almost at the altitude of 2700 meters which flows downstream to Kathmandu valley and exits to Teria region of Nepal.

Lying approximately 1.5 hours above Nainki Gomba is the Baghdwar. For Hindus and Buddhist alike this is a sacred pilgrimage site and there are several hermit caves as well as Buddhist statues, statues of Shiva and also several Shiva-linga and yoni and naga stone carvings.

Shivapuri-Baghdwar trek is the best short, easy and memorable trek from Kathmandu that is as equally scenic and rewarding as any other treks. It is located in the country’s mid-hills on the northern fringe of the Kathmandu valley and named after Shivapuri Peak of 2,732 m (8,963 ft) altitude.

It is one of the best places to get refresh on the lap of beautiful environments, wildlife, vegetation and so on . At the same time it is home to 177 species of birds, including at least 9 threatened species, 102 species of butterflies with a number of rare and endangered species, and 129 species of mushroom. Several surveys have recorded the existence of Indian Leopards, Himalayan Black bears, deer, wild boar and many other precious animals in the park. Shivapuri is also one of the famous bird watching sites around Kathmandu valley, which records over 170 species of the birds.