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Trekking and Hiking around Coorg
Visitors may select treks that suit their level of fitness, from easy one-hour or day rambles to highly challenging climbs. If youre keen to enjoy Coorgs beautiful landscapes and explore our vast wilderness areas, pack a selection of walking shoes and boots.

About 90 per cent of Coorg trekking spots are protected land with public access, so there are plenty of tracks and trails to choose from. You can find your own way, or take advantage of the many guided hikes and tours.

Best season to plan your trekking is during December to May.

Tadiandamol

Tadiandamol is the highest mountain of Coorg district, and the second highest in Karnataka. Located on the Western Ghats range, and reaches an elevation of 1,748 mtrs (5,734 Ft) this place is special interest for trekkers. The mountain, covered with thick forest, is flooded with leeches.

This peak is situated near Virajpet about a 30kms away on the way to Napoklu, Bhagamandala and it lies adjacent to the Makutta forest.

The peak is not altogether inaccessible; two-thirds of it can be negotiated on a jeep. On the way you can also have a glimpse of an old palace called 'Nalku Naadu Aramane'. All along the way trekkers experience grassy valleys, beech forests, high waterfalls, wildlife and amazing views. Most rewarding of all is the spectacular sight of distant cities or towns at the end.

Pushpagiri Hill

The Pushpagiri or Subramanya hill (5,626 ft.), is in the north-west of Kodagu, about 36 kms from Somwarpet and 1.5 km from Kumaralli, which is amidst thick forest. This is a remarkable two-pointed hill of precipitous height and peculiar shape and resembles, as seen from Madikeri, a gigantic bullock hump.

The lolcation of this mountain and its steep sturcture makes it more adventurous than Tadiandamol. Once you reach to its summit, stunning landscape and an breath taking view of Kodagu/Coorg, Dakshina Kannada, Mysore and Hassan can be seen.

Brahmagiri Hill

From the source of River Cauvery, Talacauvery, you can Trek/hike towards the peak of about 300 feet. Besides stunning mountain peaks, lush rainforests, rushing streams, immense waterfalls, superb beech forests and wild coasts, trekkers have opportunities to see rare forest flowers, ancient trees and strange insects passing by.

Hiking trips allow you to visit more remote and unspoiled parts of Coorg and to see the landscape and culture with very little outside influence.

Honnamana Kere

Honnamana Kere is a hotspot for Trekking & Rock Climbing. Adjecent Cliffs (Gavi betta and Mori betta) are the favourite places adventure lovers. If you prefere to be relaxed you can take a Hike in the Coffee plantations.

Our Advice:

Although Coorg has a mild climate, the weather can change very quickly at any time of the year. Before setting off into the forests and mountains, be sure you have a good topographical map, high-energy foods, warm clothing, rain gear, trekking shoes/boots and correct fuel for your camping stove.

Make sure someone knows your plans, and remember to let them know once you return. Feed all the important local contact numbers in your mobile phone. Keep a visiting card of the hotel where you stay. Before drinking water from rivers or other natural sources it is best to boil, chemically treat or filter it. Beware of snakes and wild animals.

Enjoy your visit and protect them for the future. Camp carefully, respect the land and leave no trace of your presence.

 

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