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Kumaraparvatha: Pushpagiri or Kumara Parvatha, at 1,712 meters, is the highest peak in Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. Brace yourself to find the breathtaking panoramic view of the Kumaraparvatha. The 1712 meter altitude where the hills are situated at has a dense forest around. Every year the peak is explored by thousands of people.
Kumara parvatha is the second highest peak in Coorg district (Karnataka state) after the Tadiandamol peak. The trekking starting point is Kukke Subramanya. Famous Kukke Subramanya temple is located in Subramanya village.
The trail has the most stunning escapes of nature enclosed by flora and fauna on either side.
Transportation, Forest permission
Accommodations (Tented with sleeping bags provided)
Meal: 2 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner
Lunch/dinner during travel
Friday at 8.00pm
Pick up points::
Koramangla (Sony junction): 8.00 pm
Domlur junction / EGL park: 8.15 pm
Vivekananda Metro Station: 8.30 pm
Hebbal/Manyatha Tech Park: 9.00 pm
Gorguntepalya Metro Station: 9.30 pm
Day 0: Take an overnight journey from Bangalore on Friday.
Day 1: Reach base camp at 6 am, where you will be freshening up and having a hot breakfast.
Post breakfast, start trek & have lunch at Battara Mane and further proceed trek to Pushpa Giri.
Explore the thickets and the panoramic views from the top & start descending back.
Then head back and explore the sunset on the way. You will walk back through Bhattara Mane, have dinner and retire for the day.
Overnight stay in tents.
Day 2: Return and Departure
Wake up call at 5 am, unpitch the tents and start descending back to Kukke Subramanya.
Following breakfast, begin the return journey.
Back to Bangalore with lots of memories. Reach Bangalore 8 pm
Total Trek Distance: 26 Kms, Level of Trek: Difficult.
Things to Carry::
Raincoat/Poncho (during monsoon)
Full sleeve cotton t-shirt (to avoid getting sunburnt)