Best Treks to do near Bangalore

kumara parvatha

Kumara Parvatha Trek

Kumara Parvatha trek also known as Pushpgiri, is located in Karnataka’s Western Ghats. The trek, or the peak, hides itself. It is only visible after crossing Shesha parvatha. The entire trek is still called Kumara Parvatha trek.

Kumara parvatha, the fourth-highest peak in Karnataka is also the second highest in the Kodagu region.

The temple can be found in the lower regions. It is home to an ancient and well-known temple, Kukke Subrahmanya. People from all over the country and especially from South India make contributions to the temple. Nearly every day, devotees from all parts of the globe fill the temple premises. Shesha Parvatha stands tall, surrounded by rich green forests of the Pushpagiri Wilderness Sanctuary.

Nandi Hills

The spectacular nightfall views are a highlight of this spot, which is also known for its moderate-level travel contributions. The Nandi One trip is suitable for children to explore and enjoy. It is a one-day journey that can be completed in 4-5 hours. The experience is great for children. Be sure to keep an eye out for different vegetation during the trip. After moving up 1200 steps, you can visit the residence of Tipu Sultan, a popular Indian fighter. Tipu’s Drop is another famous vacation spot. You can’t miss the incredible views of Amrita Sarovar. If you’re tired of the crazy group at Nandi Hills, you can visit it in the evening. It is amazing to spend the evening at Nandi Hills watching the sunset with friends or family.

Anthargange Cave Exploration Trek

One of the most sought-after trips in Bangalore is the Anthargange trip. This combination of cave exploration and traveling is what drives you crazy. Anthargange Hill is completely surrounded by stones. This slope is located 65km away from Bangalore, close to Kolar. It’s at an elevation 1712m above the ocean. The trek’s total length is 3m. It is moderately difficult.

The best time to visit Anthargange is October-March, when the monsoon has passed and the temperature starts to drop. The summer heat can make it uncomfortable for guests, as it is hot and humid. Anthargange’s monsoon rainstorms are spectacular and great for cave exploration.

Skandagiri Trek

The total climbing distance is 8kms moderate to severe trouble level. This makes it important for members to be intellectually and physically fit.

This moderate-level journey can also be easily accessed from Chikballapur, Nandi Hills, and Bangalore. This trip is also known as Kalavara Durga and is a favorite of master adventurers due to its challenging path. You can explore the caves along your journey and enjoy the incredible beauty of this spot. It is a fascinating and dangerous journey through thick bushy shrubs. Kalwarbetta is an intriguing mystery. You will also see another ring of fort as you approach the fortress divider at the top of the slope. You will soon see another fort divider standing tall as it has always been. Six stalls are located on top to protect the temple.

Devarayanadurga Trek

If you’re looking to try your hand at journeying, Devarayanadurga is 72 km from the city. This little gem is less well-known than the other travel objections. It is nestled in the woods and is ideal for a day of escape. You will be at your destination in 30 minutes with a distance of just 2 km. This is a short, but enjoyable trip that is full of natural beauty. The best part is that it is easy enough for beginners without any previous experience. It is a worthwhile trek that brings joy and provides a lot of enjoyment.

Devarayanadurga’s cave celebration is a highlight of the festival of Sri Bhoga Narasimha Swamy. It attracts a large number of people during the long stretch between March and April. This temple is located at the base, while another temple, Yoga Narasimha Temple is at the top. On the way, you will also find a cave that contains symbols of divine beings. You can also enjoy the captivating regular springs such as Namada Chilume during the journey.

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