Kumaraparvatha:: Pushpagiri or Kumara Parvatha, at 1,712 meters, is the highest peak in Pushpagiri life Sanctuary within the Western Ghats of the province. Brace yourself to seek out the breathless position of the Kumara Parvatha. The 1712 meter altitude wherever the hills square measure settled encompasses a dense forest around. Each year the height is explored by thousands of individuals. Kumara Parvatha Trek is the second-highest peak in Coorg district (Karnataka state) once Tadiandamol peak. Trekking’s start line is Kukke Subramanya. Celebrated Kukke Subramanya temple is found in Subramanya village.
The path has the most beautiful escapes of nature fenced in by flora and fauna on either facet.
Transportation, Forest permission, Accommodations (Tented with sleeping luggage provided), Meal: a pair of breakfast, one lunch, one dinner, Coordinator/guide, First Aid
Personal expenses, Lunch/dinner throughout travel
Friday at 8.00 pm
Pick up points::
Koramangala (Sony junction): eight.00 pm
Domlur junction / EGL park: eight.15 pm
Vivekananda railway line Station: eight.30 pm
Hebbal/Manyata school Park: nine.00 pm
Goraguntepalya railway line Station: nine.30 pm
Day zero: Take an academic degree long journey from the metropolis on a weekday.
Day one: Reach base camp at half-dozen am, where you will be freshening up and having a hot breakfast.
Post breakfast, begin trek & have lunch at Bhattara Mane and any proceeds trek to Pushpa Giri.
Explore the thickets and additionally the broad views from the very best & begin falling back.
Then head back and explore the sunset on the style. you may walk back through Bhattara Mane, have dinner and retire for the day.
Overnight occupy tents.
The day a combine of: come back and Departure
Wake up, get at 5 am, pitch the tents and start falling back to Kukke Subramanya.
Following breakfast, begin the comeback journey.
Back to a metropolis with different reminiscences. Reach metropolis 8 pm
Total Trek Distance: twenty-six Kms, Level of Trek: troublesome.
Things to Carry::
Raincoat/Poncho (during monsoon)
Full sleeve cotton tee shirt (to avoid obtaining sunburnt)
Torch (with further batteries)
Shoes with a decent grip