Trekking is a popular adventure activity among all of us. Trips to the mountains in India signify not only the natural beauty, but a source of spiritual guidance as well. October in India is the best time to go for Trekking near Bangalore. The weather will be perfect, not very cold and not pouring heavily.
Here is the list of top treks near Bangalore:
Skandagiri is a wonderful trek that is popular for night trekkers. Witnessing a mesmerizing and serene sunrise from the peak will definitely make your day! Situated at a distance of about 60 km from Bangalore, Skandagiri lies in Chikballapur district of Karnataka. The peak is at an altitude of 4500 feet. The trek starts from Papagni Math and can be completed within 3 hours.
Bheemeshwari is Located at a distance of 100 km from Bangalore, Bheemeshwari is a popular spot for trekking, hiking and adventure sports enthusiasts. Surrounded by waterfalls and the Kaveri River, the area also provides ample opportunities for rafting, kayaking and high rope traversing.
Kunti Betta Trek
Kunti Betta is one of the most popular treks for Bangalore people’s, all across the state of Karnataka. This trek is situated in the town of Pandavpura. Legend goes that the Pandavas spent the last few months of their exile in this town. Marked by two hills, Kunti Betta is at an elevation of 2882 metres. The entire trek can be completed within 4 hours.
Ramadevara Betta Trek
Ramdevara Betta is a fantastic trek for rock climbing and its located approx 60 km from Bangalore, on the Mysore Road. Ramdevara Betta is situated at 3066 feet above sea level. It takes approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete the trek.
Anthar Gange Trek
The Anthar Gange is a mountain situated in Kolar district, around 68 km from Bangalore. A natural phenomenon, a lot of underground water can be seen seeping through the rocks. The entire trek can be completed in 3 hours.
The Savan Durga is made up of two peaks- Billigudda and Karigudda. Its Situated at an elevation of 4022 feet, the range offers a sublime and tranquil atmosphere for trekking. The hill is one of the highest monoliths in Asia. Situated at a distance of 60 km from Bangalore, the Savan Durga trek can be completed in 2 to 3 hours.
Madhugiri will find your trekking through a series of doorways to reach to the top of this hillock. The ruined temple of Gopala krishna is located at the top.
Kumara Parvatha Trek
The Kumara Parvata trek is a challenging trek located near Coorg Bangalore. There are two peaks involved in the completion of this trek. The final peak is called Kumara Parvata, and the peak that you need to cross to reach Kumara Parvata is called Sesha Parvata. The trek is undertaken through dense intimidating forests and vast open meadows.
Kabbal Durga Night Trek
The most fascinating night trekking is Kabbal Durga Night Trek. The small and charming village of Kabbal Durga offers a fantastic hiking opportunity for Bangalore peoples. Put up tents, camp overnight and watch as an early morning sun spreads its warm shimmering rays across the entire region. Located at a distance of 80 km from Bangalore, the trek can be completed in 3 hours.
So, are you ready for these trekking’s and which one you are going to plan first? Leave your answers in the comment section. Happy trekking to you!