A smooth ride outside the city on NH4 towards Kolar, making way through the highways contoured with Rocky Mountains and large clusters of stones, you will reach the mountain of Antara Gange. Situated in the Shathashrunga mountain range in Kolar district, Antara Gange is famous for its Sri Kashi Vishweshwara temple, rocky terrains, steep caves and the countless monkeys that will accompany you as you make your way up to the temple. The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is known as Kashi of South. While some religiously inclined people also opt to return from the temple, for the ones with a strong adventure streak, Antara Gange has more to offer. A narrow way from behind the temple leads to the popular caves that are famous for both day and night trekking as well as camping. Encircled by boulders all around some of which form caves, it is an ideal place for some cave expedition and a magnificent aerial view. A little ahead of the Kolar gold fields, the stony scenery of Antara Gange after a bit of your way through the town is a surplus of pastel beauty and craggy ruggedness.
Thirty-second rundown: From cave exploration to camping, bonfire, rock climbing, abseiling and rappelling, you can expect a multitude of experiences at Antara GangePlaces to visit in Antara Gange: Antharagange Caves, Kotilingeshwara Temple, Kolaramma TempleWith Ola Outstation, economical and transparent billing is guaranteed! You can see all expenses of your trip upfront before booking your cab.Round-trip fare for 12 hours: ₹1575 onwardsBook your ride now.
Located in the Kolar district of Karnataka, Anthargange is one of the simplest yet most adventurous trekking location. The mountains have an altitude of 1712 meters from sea level. The area has numerous rocky boulders, dark caves, and narrow passages. The cave exploration forms the major part of the trek followed by the beautiful sunrise.
Early morning sunrise was planned at Nandi Hills but then we landed up going to Anthargange. A scenic and beautiful place located near Kolar at Karnataka. A hassle free drive through Bangalore-Tirupati Highway takes around 1 to 1 hrs 30 mins from Bangalore to reach Anthargange. Its around 60 km from the place I live in Bangalore. The morning was cold and the visibility was less due to dense fog, but the chilled air and the sight of the fresh green vegetables on the lands added to the experience of the journey. We reached Anthargange by 7.30 am. The road was mostly high way but the last few kms was little interior road with patches on it, so here one has to be little careful with the vehicle. It is called Anthargange Main Road.