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Treks Around Bangalore

If tough deadlines and constant pressure is taking a toll on your workforce, taking them out on an adventure trip around Bangalore could be a nice way to beat the stress. Trekking is one of the many adventure activities that places around Bangalore have to offer. While there are a lots of trekking around Bangalore, we have picked 5 of the best ones out there.


Located in Kolar, about 60 km from the city of Bangalore, Anatargange offers not such a strenuous experience, but still, a very rejuvenating trekking experience. The 45 minute trek to the top of the hill involves a bit of rock climbing, nice camping and a lot of fun; the view from the top is every bit rewarding.

Savanadurga trek

Savanadurga is the largest monolith in Karnataka, located in Magadi. With a height of 4050 feet above sea level, trekking to the top of this single rock formation is a real adventure. At the top of it lies a historical fortress which is believed to have been built by Kempegowda II. There is even a conglomerating of two peaks near Savanadurga, namely Billiguddda and Karigudda. Between them lies the valley of Ramanagar, another popular trekking route to explore.

Kodachadri trek

Kodachadri is one of the highest peaks in Karnataka, located about a 100 km from Shimoga district. It lies in the Mookambika National Park. With a height of more than 1300 meters above sea level, the top of the peak is believed to have been the meditation ground for Guru Shankaracharya. A trek to the top takes you through verdant greenery, waterfalls and other scenic adventures; and the top of the peak rewards you with scintillating views and some really romantic sunrises and sunsets.

Green Route Trek

If you like a little more mystic to your trekking trails, the Green Route Trek is what is ideal for you. The Green Route Trek lies along the Bangalore-Mangalore railway line and takes you through interesting caves, biodiversity hotspots and everything in between. Trekking through this 20 km trail would be a lifetime experience for your corporate team.

Ranganathaswamy Betta trek

40 km from Bangalore, it is a peak with a temple dedicated to Lord Ranganathaswamy. There is interesting flora to be explored along the trail, and you even get to see some wildlife along the way. This trek to the top of this peak is about 4 km, which is ideal for a day off from office for a little bit of fun.