Trekking Spots in Karnataka
There are many different places to go trekking in this state and most of them are beautiful and breathtaking.
Abbi Falls is located in the Western Ghats and it is around 270 kilometers away from Bangalore. There are several different streams that come together at the top of this mountain and when they swell because of the rains during the monsoon the water flows into Kaveri River and onto this waterfall.
Edakumeri is located in the huge green forest that is densely populated with vegetation and is termed the Green Route. Not only can you trek in this area, but you can also take a train that will follow the forest for around 52 kilometers.
Koosalli Waterfalls can be found near the village of Koosalli, which is in Kundapara. This is actually 6 waterfalls that are on top of each other and the height of all 6 is around 380 feet and the ideal time to visit this area is September until November.
Kumara Parvata is one of Karnataka's most breathtaking peaks and the routes to get here start from Bidalli or Subramanya. If you leave from Bidalli this is one of the hardest treks you will make, but the beauty will make up for it.
Narasimha Parvata is located in Kudremukha National Park and to make this trek you need to land up in Kigga. The best way to get here is to take the direction of Sirimane Waterfalls and it will take around 4 to 5 hours to reach the peak.
Tadiyendamol is paradise for a trekker and it is the tallest peak in Kodagu. Once you reach the peak you can get amazing views of Kodagu and the Arabian Sea and the best time to visit in the early winter.
The Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is located in northern Kodagu and is 1 of 21 wildlife sanctuaries in the state. It is home to endangered and rare species of birds and Pushpagiri, which is the tallest peak in the park along with Kumaraparvat.