After having meal, we headed back to Varadaiahpalem bus stand and boarded on the bus to Chennai.
It was one of the great trek, I’ve ever visited and I would like to go there again.
Glimpse of the trek
* Distance (to and fro): approx. 10 kilometers
* Trekking Time: 6 hours
* Trek level: tough, not for beginners
* Directions: There is no sign board out there, the ways to find the correct path are (which has worked for me)
→ Trace the footsteps.
→ Follow the human littering (I hope this shouldn’t be your way)
→ Hear the water stream sound.
→ Last obvious option is to ask trekkers, if you cross by.
→ The initial stage – accent is easy, you can enjoy the serene view, along with the damn clear stream water.
→ The intermediate stage – Trek is moderate, you have to climb big boulders, have to cross the stream.
→ The final stage – Last 2-3 kilometers, the path is full of steep and slippery rocks. You have to be very careful about each step there.
* Culmination point: Though the trail is a bit tough, but all these obstacles count to zero because in the end you will get the aesthetic view.
* Descent: As you know climbing is easy, but getting down is tough. The 2-3 kilometers are having slippery and slippery rocks, so getting down through them demands extra precaution about your foot grip. And start your descend so that you can complete the trek before 4 p.m.
→ Even though Pool depth is 10 feet, but don’t step into it, if you are not an expert swimmer.
→ For families and first time trekkers, it’s not advisable to continue the trek after the lower waterfall. Path from lower to upper waterfall is full of steep and slippery rocks.
→ At last, don’t litter, keep your trash with you.