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Kumara Parvatha, Karnataka

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It is situated in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. A very old and well-known temple called Kukke Subrahmanya is at the foothills. People come to the temple from all over India to have their wishes come true. Kumara Parvatha is the most difficult trek in all of Karnataka state. It is about 5,600 feet high and has a steep slope. The trek takes an average of 2 days and is 22 kilometres long. Trekkers like it because it has a lot of different things to see, like lush forests, a large grassy area, and a waterfall.
Kumara Parvatha

Nearby Places to See

Mallalli Falls
Kukke Subrahmanya is located about 50 kilometres from this magnificent waterfall. This enduring waterfall, which was created by the Kumaradhara river, attracts visitors all year round. The waterfall’s base is accessible via a small, narrow path. When the waterfall is at its fiercest during the monsoon, this pathway is blocked off.
Mallalli Falls
Bisle Ghat
There is a road that runs through lush forests and the peaks of mountains as it connects the districts of Dakshina Kannada and Coorg. The Pushpagiri range’s dense forests surround the valley on one side, and the other side of the road is blocked by the range’s tall mountains. There is a viewpoint on the way. A breathtaking view of the entire Pushpagiri forest range and the Kumaradhara river meandering through the deep valley can be had from this vantage point. Kukke Subrahmanya, the beginning or conclusion of the Kumara Parvatha trek, is where the Bisle Ghat Road begins.
Bisle Ghat