Kodachadri Trek : This trek falls in the Shivamoga region of Karnataka. This trek is of 14km and the highlight of this trek is the ungarded waterfall which make the place unique for trekkers and travelers from Bangalore. its said the Peak was a meditating ground for Shri Shankaracharya and so does the small temple refers too.
Left from Bangalore on Friday night.
We reached the peak in sometime which had a temple. We saw the guy going past the temple to a point where blogs mentioned that Arabian Sea would be visible. But we lost the sight of him and returned back to the temple point and had our lunch. The usual bread and cheese along with Tea, as there was a tea shop there.
Reached Kodachadri early in the morning, arrangements for jeep ride were made in between had a fresh up at the stream very next to jeep stand and started our journey to peak of Kodachadri, our journey was most adventurous through the hilly rocky terrain with hairpin bends thanks to Mahindra for making such machines which can easily roll over obstacles and reach destiny once we reach the destination of 8 odd kilometres we should further trek the remaining part of hill after which we can see Peeta of Shri Shankaracharya while on our way of trek we can have photo shoot too.After the trek once we reach back to jeep stand we further proceeded towards Kollur and then towards to Udupi (land of Krishna) as we had time to visit we went of to the St.Marry's Island where we had some time to chill and get one more photo session we were back on Udupi around 6pm and then further proceeded to visit Udupi Sri Krishna Temple and back to our hotel room and end the busy day.
Start early morning have breakfast, register at forest office and start the trekReach Hudlumane and refreshing buttermilk. Continue trek to Hudlumane waterfall. Get refreshed and continue the trek. Reach temple site check into guest House and have lunch. Rest, talk and network. Have dinner and sleep sound.  I have planned for astrophotography here during summer visit. It's open dark outside the guest house.