Kalhatti Giri Falls is in Chikmagalur district at Kallathipura in Karnataka. The waterfall is in an elegant location and is a beautiful cascading waterfall amidst the luscious greenery. The waterfall from the Chandra Drona hills around 122 meters’ height above.
The fall is in the front of Veerabhadreshwara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Kemmangundi hill station is around 10km from the waterfall. The waterfall is surrounded by captivating valleys and gardens, which is indeed a visual treat to visitors.
The temple contains three stone carvings of elephants at the entrance which depicts the Vijayanagara architecture. The cascading waterfall falls over these three elephants always. The people believe that the water is sacred and can cure many diseases. Lord Veerabhadrashwara temple celebrates the annual fair every March-April which is visited by many pilgrims and lasts for three days Lord Veerabhadrashwara temple celebrates the annual fair every March-April which is visited by many pilgrims and lasts for three days
The cascading waterfall is not only an elegant spot to refresh and rejuvenate but also an ideal place for trekkers. The nearby hills and mountains are perfect for the trekkers to enjoy their adventure. Trekkers can climb up to the hills and catch up the panoramic view of the elegant valleys below ad well as the waterfall. The base of the camp is Tarikere which is around 35km from the spectacular hill station of Kemmanagundi.