Seti gorge is a  7- kilometer long marvel in Pokhara that begins at K. I. Singh Bridge and meanders all the way to Dhunngesanghu with openings at Tulsighat and Ramghat. The snow-fed Seti river burrows deep into the limestone earth- bed, carving a narrow gorge hundreds of feet deep through the heart of Pokhara. Its roar can be heard and foaming water seen from several bridges: a bridge near British Camp, Narayansthan Bridge, Mahendra Bridge, and Prithiivi Highway Bridge. Next to the new bridge near Gurkha Memorial Museum , there is the old K.I. Singh Bridge, which is the first concrete bridge to be constructed in Pokhara.