Kunti Betta Trek Western Ghats

The Kunti Betta Trek nestled amidst the hillocks of Western Ghats is a short but technical
trekking trail. It includes steep climbs to ascend and varied terrain to descend. Navigating
through the route to reach the top of Kunti Betta we can see the Thonur lake in and out of
sight continuously. The terrain of Kunti Betta features volcanic rocks and boulders with brief
patches of moorland, short grassland, trees and hedges. You will come across the Stone
column which provides an extraordinary viewpoint of the fields, hills and the lake. The old
sanctuary at the center with a lake denotes the start of the hill and you can explore the area.
Some slope gets vertical with steep climb and there will be few patches of 60-degree climb.
You can also relish in the legends and myths of Pandavas and their mother Kunti after which
the hill of Kunti Betta is named.

Distance from Bangalore: 122 km
Best Time to Visit: September to February
Trek Distance: 4 km
Trek Altitude: 2882 feet
Difficulty: Moderate
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Kodachadri Trek

Kodachadri trek is one of the famous trekking spots with a one-day trek among the beautiful
Western Ghats. Kodachadri hills named after the flowering plant which literally translates to
‘Hill of Jasmine’, gives vivid images of natural beauty and stunning landscape. The serenity
of the atmosphere and misty mountains with the right amount of thrill during the trek will give
you a perfect escape for your weekend. Apart from its scenic view, this trek also attracts
wildlife enthusiasts with many spectacular species like Malabar Pied Hornbill, Indian Rock
Python, Langur and others. Have a lifetime experience trekking in the dense forest among
flourishing waterfalls on offbeat paths. With an altitude of 4406 feet, the Kodachadri is the
13 th highest peak in Karnataka giving you the perfect vantage point of Kollur town.

Distance from Bangalore: 422 km
Best Time to Visit: September to February
Trek Distance: 20 km
Trek Altitude: 4406 feet
Difficulty: Moderate

Ratangad Fort Trek

Ratangad Fort standing tall at a height of 4255 feet is a trekking trail in the hills of Western
Ghats. The trail to the top of Ratangad comprises lush green forest combined with the
ascending through the steep patches and ladder climb. The journey toward Ratangad fort
starts with the Pravara River and you will see Ratangad Temple. From the dense forest of
the you can see the iconic rock formation at the top known as NedheThe trek route through
these thick forests consists of many natural treats like blooming flora and fauna of western
ghats. If you are a beginner then need a travelling guide. The trek route of Ratangad is placed between forest of Harishchandragad Kalsubai
Wildlife Sanctuary which makes for a thrilling journey.
Distance from Mumbai: 197 km
Best Time to Visit: October to February
Trek Distance: 6 km
Trek Altitude: 4255 feet
Difficulty: Moderate

Kudremukh Trek

Kudremukh is remarkable for many reasons, one of them being located in the heart of the
second largest wildlife sanctuary in the western Ghats of Kudremukh National Park.
Kudremukh is given its name from the Kannada dialect which translates to horse face because of its characteristic shape of the peak. Standing tall at a height of 6,207 feet,
Kudremukh is the 3 rd highest peak of Karnataka in the district of Chikkamagaluru. The trek to
Kudremukh is one of the best with its wildlife habitat and rolling green hills of the valleys.
You might even encounter a deer or peacock as you ascend toward the top. The running
water stream during monsoon makes the trek all the more fun.
Distance from Mumbai: 197 km
Best Time to Visit: October to February
Trek Distance: 6 km
Trek Altitude: 4255 feet
Difficulty: Moderate

Dudhsagar Falls Trek

Dudhsagar Falls with its meaning of the name originating from its characteristic of falls as
white as the milk and hence called as ‘Sea of Milk’ when translated to English. The fall of
Dudhsagar is set at a height of 1017 feet and is one of the tallest waterfalls in India. Nestled in
the laps of Western Ghats, dudhsagar will give you an illusion of milk fall with its clean and
pure waterfall. It is one of the popular attractions among the tourists which is glorified even
more in the monsoon, when the beauty of the fall is at its peak with lush green Ghats.
However, during the rainy season jeep safaris are prone to danger due to weather hazards
and you would need to trek all the way to the top.
Distance from Bangalore: 439 km
Best Time to Visit: October to June
Trek Distance: 20 km
Trek Altitude: 1017 feet
Difficulty: Moderate

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