Trekking has taken the place of the most taken activity for a one day ride as well. Being in a place like Bangalore, the adventurous spots are really extravagant and are worth a ride of choice. The crowded adventure lovers catch up any road to catch up the view of the gallery with their naked eyes and also create another level of experience.
Distance from Bangalore: 48Km
Considered to be among the largest monolith hills in Asia, Savandurga Hill is formed by two hills known as Karigudda and the Biligudda. The Savandi Veerabhadreshwara Swamy and Narasimha Swamy Temple are situated at the foothills which are a frequent pilgrim visit area. The hills are the naturalistic home to various endangered species such as yellow-throated bulbuls and long-billed vultures and also to Sloth Bear and Leopard considering it to be a highly diverse area of flora.
Distance From Bangalore: 60Km
It is the ancient hill fortress built by the Ganga Dynasty and was strengthened by Tipu Sultan. It gives an amazing view during the sunrise of the hills surrounded and the town around it. And the best time to explore the Nandi Hills is in the early morning before sunrise for the amazing view in between the foggy weather. Nandi Hills was known as The Hill of Happiness during the Chola Period. There is another place called as the Tipu Drop, which was known that Tipu Sultan used to drop the traitors and those who were help captives.
Distance from Bangalore: 79Km
Hutridurga is known to be built by Kempegowda in the 16th century. There are the ruined leftovers still located on the surrounding. The Hutridurga Fort was a military bastion of Tipu Sultan against the British People. It has seven tiered fort and is considered to be amongst the nine”Durgas – also known as fortified hills” around the city of Benguluru.
Distance from Bangalore: 104Km
The name Madhugiri is derived from a hillock, Madhu – Giri which means Honey-Hill, which is a single hill. There are many historical temples which are situated in and around the place of Madhugiri. The place of Madhugiri was once referred to as Maddagiri for around hundred years ago which still has the greenery existing, that is the major attraction of the surrounding.
Distance from Bangalore: 81Km
The main attraction of Kabbaldurga is the ruined fort that includes old and crumbled building on top of the fort that has a prison and an ammunition storage godown. As a punishment, convicts were thrown off the cliffs of the port during the British Rule. Kabbaldurga is one among the most relatively easy trekking spot for night as well.
Distance from Bangalore: 123Km
Kunti Betta is marked among the two of the rocky hills that are surrounded by sugarcane, coconut trees and the paddy fields. This place is historically important as it is known that Kunti, the mother of the Pandavas. Kunti lived in this place during her exile. Kunti Betta is situated in the region of Pandavapura, named after the five sons of Kunti, the Pandavas.
Distance from Bangalore: 67Km
Anthargange is one of the famous mountains that are situated in South East of Karnataka. The literal meaning of the place is Ganges from the deep in the language of Kannada. There are various caves that surround the mountain consisting of granite rocks. Trekking is a famous out sport known here.
Distance from Bangalore: 58Km
Makalidurga is a hill fort that has an old temple at the summit of it. It is the nearest railway near the city of Bangalore. It consists of both medium as well as difficult level trek points. The view of the mountain can be obtained from the open ground situated there and leads a way to the top.