Kodachadri is a mountain peak with dense forests in the Western Ghats in South India, 78km from Shimoga. It is declared as natural heritage site by the Karnataka Government. and it is 13th highest peak of Karnataka.
Uttari Betta trek
Quite similar to the Western Ghats, trekking to Uttari Betta commences from a tiny village which opens up to fort walls and then goes through seven doors of stone to reach the midpoint of the trek that houses the temple of Shankareshwar at the peak.
Kudremukh literally means horse’s face in Kannada. … Kudremukh is a home for many flora and fauna. You can even spot deer and peacocks on the way amongst other wildlife while trekking! It is a beautiful trek across the rolling green hills and misty valleys. You traverse through grasslands, forest and many small streams.
Gokarna Beach trek
Gokarna is a small town, also appreciated as the temple town nestled beautifully on the western coast of the state of Karnataka where you will relish the exquisite trekking experience that you will cherish forever. A trek through the beaches of Gokarna would create amazing stories of joy with your loved ones. An experience in the ferry boat with the views to behold, where you will witness dolphins near the lighthouse and beautiful beaches
Tadiandamol or Thadiyandamol is the highest mountain of Kodagu district, Karnataka, India. It is the third highest peak in Karnataka. It is located Western Ghats range, and reaches an elevation of 1,748 m. The mountain has patches of shola forests in the valleys
Bangalore has the absolute best easily reached trekking locations in the state. KabbalaDurga is one such hiking trail which amateur just as experienced trekkers can set out for hiking. Kabbala Durga is settled among the stunning rock-strewn slopes of the Kanakapura mountain ranges. KabbalaDurga trek pinnacle height up to 2090 feet above the sea level and is perhaps the best spot for sightseeing and trekking in Bangalore.
Channarayana Durga Trek
The fort was constructed by a local king (Paalegaara) Chikkappa Gowda, who was ruling the Madhugiri and surrounding areas. It is a hilltop fort near Madhugiri in Tumkur district of Karnataka. There are few temples and old structures inside the fort. This is one of the ideal trekking destinations around Bangalore. Channarayana Durga was strategic fortress during medieval times and many battles were fought for its possession.
The Anthargange trek is one of the most coveted trekking spots near Bangalore. It’s a unique confluence of trekking and cave exploration that takes the excitement one notch up. Anthargange hill is completely surrounded by boulders.
Kumara Parvatha is situated in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. At the foothills lies an ancient and famous temple called Kukke Subrahmanya. The temple is filled with history and holds a lot of importance among the locals. People from all over the country, especially from South India visit the temple to get their wishes fulfilled by making offerings. Devotees fill the temple premises almost all the time. Right behind the Kukke Subrahmanya temple, standing tall etc.
Skandgiri is a beautiful hill town near Bangalore, which is famous for trekking and sightseeing and is also known as Kalavara Durga among the locals. Surrounded by the Nandi Hills, it lies at an elevation of 1450 metres. The trek to the hilltop location is a thrilling one with a moderate to high level difficulty for trekkers. It is known that people often spend the night under the stars at the hilltop which provides a splendid view of the surrounding hills.
Hampi today is a protected UNESCO world heritage site, whose core zone is spread over an area of 42 square kilometers encompassing ancient temples, basements of palaces, remains of aquatic structures, ancient market streets, royal pavilions, bastions, royal platforms, treasury buildings and more. Within the core zone of the site there are several clusters of monuments, the most important amongst them are the Sacred Center, Urban Core, Islamic quarters, Kamlapura and Anegundi.
Nishani Motte Trek
Bhagamandala is approximately 284 km from Bangalore via NH 48. It is a small place in Kodagu district (Coorg) in Karnataka, along the banks of River Cauvery. It takes around eight hours to reach Bhagamandala. For this trek, trekkers need permits from the Forest Department. One can obtain these permits from the FRH Office in Bhagamandala. From Bhagamandala, take a seven kilometer dirt road (by jeep) to Talacauvery, which is the base camp of the trek.