5 Best Trekking destinations in Bangalore

In this blog, I’m going to share with you guys five most wonderful trekking spots in Bangalore.

1.  Trekking at Skandagiri

This is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Karnataka. This hill station is also known as the Kalavara Durga. This hill offers two trekking paths, one for expert trekkers and other for amateurs. The view from top of this hill is amazing.

The perfect time to visit: Nov to Jan
Length of trek: 8 Kms
Distance from Bangalore: 70 kms
Difficulty: Medium

Bangalore Trekking

Bangalore Trekking | Image Resource : thrillophilia.com

2.  Trekking at Ramanagara

Those who have watched Sholay countless time may recognise this place. Yes, it was Ramgarh in ”Sholay“. The fact that Ramanagara was portrayed as Ramgarh got me even more excited about this trek. So I would recommend you to visit this place and relive your favorite Sholay moment for real.

The perfect time to visit: Nov to Jan
Length of trek: 6 kms
Distance from Bangalore: 55 kms
Difficulty: Easy

3. Trekking at Savandurga

If you are a beginner in the trekking world then you should definitely visit Savandurga. It is easy and you get to learn and practise the basics of trekking. It is the highest monoliths in the entire Asia. However, never visit this place during rainy season as this becomes 100 times deadlier when it’s wet.

The perfect time to visit: Nov to Jan
Length of trek: 4 kms
Distance from Bangalore: 65 kms
Difficulty: Easy

4. Trekking at Madhugiri

Madhugiri is the second highest monoliths in Asia. It is a perfect trekking destination for both beginners as well as the professional guys. While trekking on this hill, you will come across the Madhugiri Fort built by Hyder Ali who was once the Sultan of Mysore

The perfect time to visit: Nov to Jan
Length of trek: 3 kms
Distance from Bangalore: 60 kms
Difficulty: Easy

5. Trekking at Bheemeshwari

Bheemeshwari is one of the most popular adventure sports destination in Karnataka. On your trekking trail, you will get an opportunity to witness three huge waterfalls hailing from River Cauvery.

The perfect time to visit: Nov to Jan
Length of trek: 5 kms
Distance from Bangalore: 110 kms
Difficulty: Easy

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