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Pushpagiri - Kumaralli

Also known as the Kumara Parvatha, this is at present a world Heritage Site. This place was declared as a Wildlife Sanctuary in the year 1987 and this is also the main reason for which tourists come here. The forest is marked with evergreen, semi- green and shola type of vegetation. This forest sanctuary in the Kodagu or Co0org District and shares boundaries with the Kukke Subramanya Forest. The main animals found here include elephant, jungle cat, civet, leopard, Wild Pig, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer, otter, Common mouse, mongoose, hare, porcupines and jackals.
Sandeep Kumar Gouda

10 Followers, 8 Reviews


Kumara Parvata is famous among trekkers in Karnataka. Known as one of the harder treks, it will surely test your endurance but what it offers in terms of beauty is worth the pain. We, a group of 8 boys and 3 girls, hiked up from Somwarpet and descended towards Kukke. The more famous route is to climb from Kukke and descend towards Kukke. That makes it 14+14 kms. We chose 10+14 kms mainly because we did not want to repeat the route.
Vachana Shetty

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Ankita Vimal

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Wildlife safaris, nature trails
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Open 24 hours
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Kumara Parvatha - Kumaralli

Jitender Singh

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Kumaraparvatha Hiking Trail - Kumaralli

The Pushpagiri is also known as Kumaraparvatha and is an excellent option for you to go for some adventurous trekking and hiking. There are two ways to choose from. One is from Somwarpet which has a waterfall and the other is the Kukke Subramanya which has lush greenery, flowers and scenic beauty. You can take a bus from Bangalore and reach one of these two points early in the morning and have your breakfast. It is needed that you keep in mind that you will not get any food up so you need to carry food till you can camp somewhere. You can then rest in a local temple sight and start your hiking. The hike here is quite challenging and you need to keep in mind all your limitations regarding health before rushing into it. For early food at Subramanya, you need to call them in advance or you can carry some light utensils to make food there. Camping is an awesome option after you have witnessed the beautiful sunset but make sure you have tents and sleeping bags since you will find none there. A few other things you should keep in mind are to carry a light bagpack, some extra clothes, medicines, torch light, petrol lighters to help you cook up there, comfortable shoes, water, knife and emergency money and contacts.
On our way through the rain forest from Seshparvatha we could see remains of campfires, probably used by trekkers (if we could have just made it here to camp!). We made it to the Pushpagiri peak in 1 hour 45 mins through some harsh rock faces and streams, relished the view for about an hour taking photos in every possible direction.
Mayukh

120 Followers, 4 Reviews


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Things to do
Hiking, camping
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