+94 76 9205305 | info@theglenrock.com
+94 76 9205305 | info@theglenrock.com

Baker’s Bend is situated in upper side of the Non Pareil Estate bordering famous wildlife reserve Horton plains. The viewpoint boasts of a wonderful view of the local lowlands towards the Indian ocean, and also the Samanala Wewa Reservoir which is possible to spot on a clear day from this view point. This picturesque bend is surrounded by some beautiful mountains of the World’s End Mountain Range.

Samuel Baker – the planter, settler and the creator of Nuwara eliya (known as little England), according to legend met with an accident on his horse cart at this bend and died.


Suggested Schedule

The hike to baker’s bend is only recommended for seasoned hikers.


  • Leave the glenrock – 6.00 am on foot or by vehicle up to the climb starting point (1.5 km)
  • 6.30 am – Hike starts through the forest to Nagrak Division of the Non Pariel Tea Estate (4 km) hike 
    takes 4 hours
  • Reach the Baker’s Bend – around 11.30 am
  • Starting return trip – 12.00 pm
  • Reach the glenrock – 5.00 pm
  • Round trip 14 km on foot
  • This hike is not possible during extreme weather conditions
  • If you are a seasoned hiker, time taken for the hike will be less


  • Up to two persons – US $ 85 with two guides 
    (Third party service providers from local community)
  • Extra US $ 10 each per each additional
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