Here Are The 5 Major Trekking Destination in Karnataka which one Can do in Weekends

Here Are The 5 Major Trekking Destination in Karnataka which one  Can do in Weekends

Karnataka has become the favorite destination among trekkers because of its fantastic terrain that is perfect for the activity, with more than 200 trekking destinations in and around Bangalore, Karnataka has become a major destination among trekking enthusiasts. Throughout the year, a number of enthusiasts flock to enjoy the intricacies of  Karnataka Trekking. Lush green forests, picturesque mountains and the natural splendor of the region make it a trekker’s paradise.

1 Anthargange Trek Rocky hills, boulders and caves constitute the topography of Anthargange. Situated at an altitude of 1,226 metres, Karnataka Trekking boosts about the rugged terrains of Anthargange Trek. Surrounded by picturesque beauty and impregnated with nature’s secrets, Anthargange is the ideal spot for you if you wish to leave the chaotic city behind for a vacation in the sublime wilderness. Trekking through the rocky terrain, you can enjoy the charming view of the countryside or explore mystical caves in the region that have formed out of volcanic rocks and boulders.

 2  Savandurga hills Savandurga hills are the best place for you to fulfill your trekking des ire. Located at an elevation of 1200 metres, Savandurga lies close Bangalore. With comparatively gentler slopes, Savandurga hills are best suited for those who have started trekking newly.   With beautiful natural surroundings and a cover of lush greenery, Savandurga hills, comprising the Billigudda and Karigudda, tower over the valley settlement of Ramanagara. Gentle slopes goad you on to your destination which can easily be covered in a time period of a day .

3 Tandiyandamol Coorg is known for its natural beauty and pleasant weather. Tandiyandamol, in Coorg, is situated at a distance of about 250 km from Bangalore. In Kodava language, Tadiyandamol means the highest peak as it is the highest peak in Kodagu. Tandiyandamol offers breathtaking panoramic view of its surroundings and a cool, soothing weather for trekkers. The ideal time to visit Tadiyandamol is during winters because the landscape is in full bloom. Complete with lush greenery, gurgling streams of fresh, clean water and cottony clouds floating across the clear blue sky, Tandiyandamol trek is the heaven for Karnataka Trekking enthusiasts.

4 Kumara Parvatha One of the most popular trekking destinations around Bangalore, Kumara Parvatha offers natural beauty which is beyond description. A trek trail which may appear treacherous at times, it is still a favourite among trekking enthusiasts. So if you are planning a trekking vacation and are looking a trail that delivers luxuriant greenery, beautiful weather and a rewarding vista at the top, Kumara Parvatha is the destination for you. The vista that awaits you at the top will wipe away all the fatigue and strain that you endured on your climb up. The clear blue sky and an ocean of cotton candy clouds await you at the summit and make this trek a truly rewarding experience.

5 Kudremukha Kudremukha National Park forms an important area of the Western Ghats forests. It is comprised of tropical evergreen forests, the Shola Grasslands & mixed evergreen forests with plantations in the peripheries. The name Kuduremukha literally means ‘horse-face’ (Kannada) and refers to a particular picturesque view of a side of the mountain that resembles a horse’s face. Kuduremukh is Karnataka’s 3rd highest peak after Mullayangiri and Baba Budangiri. This 22 KM trail is covered with lush green never ending meadows with more than 10 water streams is an trekkers paradise and a perfect getaway from Bangalore. The best time to enjoy a trek to Kudremukha is during the post monsoon season, when the surroundings have attained a fresh appeal after the rains.