Trekking attractions in Karnataka!

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The downpours have ceased and mountains are green. The waterfalls are still perfect. This is the time to stroll up the mountains. To walk in the forested areas. To inhale natural air and be large and in charge!

The state of Karnataka is honored with stupendous mountain ranges. Western Ghats – an UNESCO Heritage site and Biodiversity hotspot – with its moving mountains and virgin timberland give plentiful trekking chances to undertaking freaks. The emulating is the rundown of our top picks in the state. Go there now when the scene is still green and bloodsuckers have gone home!

These are the five exquisite treks you ought to do before next monsoon. Why not likewise hear direct record structure of some trekking monstrosities also.

Kumara Parvatha

Kumara Parvatha as its is famously known, it has been ages since we did this trek. One of the best among all treks in the state. It is a sheer climb. You will be welcomed by exceptional perspectives of Pushpagiri reaches from the summit.

kumara-parvatha

A Few Quick Facts:

  • Distance from Bangalore – 280 Kms
  • Difficulty – Moderate to Difficult
  • Distance – 13 Kms (One side)
  • Height – 1712 Mts
  • Time to trek – 8 – 10 hours (One side)
  • Camping site – Near Kallu Mantapa, The forest after Shesha Parvatha, Kumara Parvatha peak
  • Best time to trek – Oct to Feb
  • Permission – Required, should be taken at forest office
  • Beware of – Snakes and Leeches in post monsoon

 

Trekking to Kumara Parvatha

 

Kodachadri

Known for its beautiful dawn and sun sets, this trek is a sheer euphoria. Not as intense as KP, Kodachadri all things considered is a trek you will return with affectionate memories. Assuming that you need to see the sun ascent and sun sets – which you ought to – then you have to camp for the night. You won’t lament getting up right on time to watch the lovely skies.

kodachedri

A Few Quick Facts:

  • Distance from Bengaluru (Bangalore) – 394KMS
  • Difficulty – Moderate
  • Height – 1343 mts
  • Distance – 4 KMS(Approx)
  • Time to trek – 4-5 hours(1 day trek)
  • Camping site – PWD Guest House
  • Best time to trek – Oct to Feb
  • Permission – Not required
  • Beware of  – Leeches in post monsoon

 

Trekking in Kodachadri

 

Mullayanagiri

You might have conceivably determined up to the most elevated point in Karnataka. What about strolling up now? It is a day trek. Conceivably, it ought to respect camp on the summit overnight in the event that you need to see fantastic dawn and dusks from this spot.

mullayanagiri

A Few Quick Facts:

  • Distance from Bangalore – 267 Kms
  • Trek starting point – Sarpadaari. Sarpadaari. Sarpadhari is kannada word which implies way like a snake, “sarpa” remains for snake and “daari” for way. rom Chikmagalur move ahead towards Bababudangiri, close Kaimara you need to take left turn (8 kms from Chikmagalur). You will hit Y crossing point, Your left side way goes to Mullayanagiri peak (direct way work crest). In the event that you need to trek then simply move straight further 500 mts. You will discover little curve towards your left. That is called Sarpadhari. This will be your beginning stage.
  • Difficulty – Easy
  • Distance – 9 Kms (One side)
  • Peak Height – 1,930 meters (6,330 ft) from sea level.
  • Time to trek – 4-5hours (one side)
  • Camping site – Not allowed
  • Best time to trek – Oct to Feb
  • Permission – Required, should be taken forest office

 

Trekking to Mullayanagiri

Tadiandamol

The little area of Coorg is known as “Scotland of the east” for its moving rises. The charming valleys and waterfall are all there to see when one treks to Tadiandamol, the tallest crest in Coorg.

tadiandamol

A Few Quick Facts:

  • Distance from Bengaluru (Bangalore) – 260 KMs
  • Difficulty – Moderate
  • Peak height – 1740 mts
  • Trek distance – 4 KMS (one side)
  • Time to trek – 6 – 8 hours(1 day trek)
  • Camping site – At the foothills of the peak ( a huge rock )
  • Best time to trek – Oct to Feb
  • Beware of – High Wind at peak

 

Trekking to Tadiandamol

Kudremukh

 

Following the time when mining was banned in Kudremukh ranges, it has turned into a trekkers heaven. The lavish green woods and flawless glades beacon you. When you achieve the summit it is a sheer euphoria to relish the vistas of Sahyadris.

Kudremukh

A Few Quick Facts:

  • Distance from Bangalore – 332 Kms
  • Trek starting point – Mullodi 6 kms uphill from Balegal(Balegallu), on Kalasa to Kuduremukh Road
  • Difficulty – Moderate
  • Distance – 9 Kms (One side)
  • Peak height – 1892 mts
  • Time to trek – 4-5hours (one side)
  • Camping site – Not allowed
  • Best time to trek – Oct to Feb
  • Permission – Required, should be taken forest office

 

Trekking to Kudreshmukh

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Dibyendu Paul is the Developer and owner of Rhododendron.in, he is working with Nokia Networks. Besides his hectic schedule he likes writing about Cinema, Photography, Travel and art; mostly finer aspects of life.

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