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Skandagiri trek 

It is a popular trek near Bangalore. It is located in the Chikkaballapura district of Karnataka. The fort is about 60km from Bangalore.

The trek to Skandagiri is a moderate to difficult trek. The trek starts at the base village of Kalavara Halli and goes through the dense forest to the top of the hill. The total distance of the trek is around 7km.

October to March is the best season to visit this beautiful place.

Makali Durga fort 

Makali Durga fort is located about 40km from Shimoga district headquarters, Karnataka, India. It is located on a hillock in Western Ghats. It was built during the reign of Keladi Nayakas.

History

Makali Durga fort was built during the reign of Keladi Nayakas. The fort was under the control of Vijayanagar Empire, Keladi Nayakas and Hyder Ali.

Structure

Makali Durga fort is located on a hillock. The fort has an area of about 2.5 hectares. There are three temples inside the fort. The temples are dedicated to Sri Lakshminarasimha, Sri Durga and Sri Ramlingeswara. There is also a pond inside the fort.

How to reach

Makali Durga fort can be reached by road from Shimoga.

Category:Forts in Karnataka

Category:Buildings and structures in Shimoga district

Nandi hills 

Nandi hills camping is a range of hills located in southern India. It is situated just outside the city of Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka. The hills are named after the Hindu god Nandi, who is said to reside there. The highest point in the hills is 1,478 metres (4,851 feet) above sea level. The hills are home to numerous temples and shrines, as well as a popular tourist spot.

Ramanagar trek 

Ramanagar is a town located in the Ramanagara district of Karnataka, India. It is situated about 50 kilometers southwest of Bengaluru, on the Bangalore-Mysore Highway. The town is known for its silk and sandalwood industries. It is also a popular tourist destination, due to its proximity to Bengaluru and its many silk and sandalwood factories.

The Ramanagar Trek is a popular trekking route that starts from the town of Ramanagar and ends at the top of the Ramanagara hill. The trek is a moderate to difficult trek, and takes about 4-5 hours to complete. The trek starts at the Ramanagar town center, and goes through the town’s silk and sandalwood factories, before reaching the base of the Ramanagara hill. The trek then ascends the hill, through a forest, before reaching the top of the hill. From the top of the hill, there are panoramic views of the surrounding area, including the town of Ramanagar, the Bangalore-Mysore Highway, and the Ramanagara Reservoir.

Kudermukh trek

The Kudermukh mountain range is located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, near Bangalore in India. The range extends for about 80 km in an east-west direction, and is about 20 km wide. The highest peak in the range is Kudermukh, which is 1894 m above sea level. 

The Kudermukh range is covered with dense forests, and is home to a variety of wildlife including tigers, leopards, elephants and several species of birds. The area is also known for its scenic beauty, and is a popular destination for trekkers and nature lovers.udermukh  is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of Karnataka.

Bilikal rangaswamy betta trek 

Bilikal rangaswamy betta trek in Bangalore is the best place to go for a trek and see the stunning view of the city. The place is located at a distance of about 30 kilometers from the city. The place is reachable by taking an auto or a cab. The place is also connected by BMTC buses from the city. From October to March is the best season to visit this beautiful and attractive place.

The place is located at an altitude of 1400 meters above the sea level. The place is surrounded by thick forests and it is a perfect place for trekking. The place is also home to many rare and endangered species of birds and animals. The place is also a perfect place for nature lovers and bird watchers.

Pushpagiri trek 

Pushpagiri trek in Bangalore is a popular trekking destination near Bangalore. This is a moderate level trekking trail with lots of scenic beauty to offer. The trekking trail is through the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary. The park has several trekking trails of varying difficulty levels. Trekking in this park is allowed only with a guide.

The park is home to several endangered and rare species of flora and fauna. The park is also home to several waterfalls. The highest waterfall in the park is the Kunti Betta Falls.

From October to March is the best season to visit this beautiful and attractive place.

 

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