15 Most Exciting Trekking Places Around Bangalore

Places around Bangalore offers fun, thrill, excitement and adventure. These most unique places are famous for trekking,cave exploration,rock climbing, hiking and exploring the natural beauty.

RamanaGara – 50KM

Ramanagara is approximately 50 km southwest of Bengaluru on the Bengaluru Mysuru highway and famous for oldest granite outcrop in the world. Rramadevara betta is also home of many critical birds such as Egyptian vulture.

ShivaGange – 54KM

Shivagange also known as Dakshina Kashi is located 54 km from Bengaluru near the town of Tumakuru. The sacred mountain has shape of a Shivalingam and home to various temples, historical rock statue and popular site for rock climbing around Bangalore.

SavanaDurga – 60KM

Savandurga-hill-Rock

Savandurga is the largest monolith hills in Asia, located 60 km west of Bangalore. This place is also famous for Savandi Veerabhadreshwara Swamy and Narasimha Swamy temple as well as home to the endangered yellow throated bulbul.

Nandi Hills – 60KM

Nandi-Hills

Nandi Hills is located 60 km from the city of Bengaluru in Chickballapur town. Tourist Attractions on the Nandi Hills include Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple, Skandagiri,Nandi village and Tippu Sultan Summer Palace.

SkandaGiri – 62KM

Skandagiri is located 62 km from Bangalore city near by overlooks Nandi Hills. Kalavara Durga or Skandagiri offers exciting weekend trip to the picturesque hills near Bangalore.

MakaliDurga – 60KM

Makalidurga hill fort is located at a distance of 60 kms and one of the best spot for night trekkers around Bangalore. The Makalidurga trek to huge granite hillock through a valley has become one of the best trekking destination for adventurers.

Bilikal Betta – 70KM

Bilikal Ranganatha Swamy Betta is located 70 km south of Bangalore city and belongs to the Forest Reserve. Billikal Betta peak has huge granite rock with height of 3780 feet and offers incredible view of high hills and one of the most popular place for night trek near Bangalore.

DevarayanaDurga – 71KM

Devarayanadurga hill station is located very close to Tumkur district and surrounded by forest and the hilltops. This place is also famous for Namada Chilume,Bhoganarasimha temple, Yoganarasimha and near by Mahalakshmi Temple at Goravanahalli.

AntharGange – 80KM

Anthargange near Kolar is famous for old temples, volcanic rock and natural caves. The mountain offers the best combination of trekking and cave exploration near Bangalore.

AvalaBetta – 90KM

Avala-Betta

Avalabetta was hidden hilltop located 90 Km from Bangalore, near to the Nandi hills and chikka ballapur on Bangalore Hyderabad Highway.  The place is famous for Lakshmi Narashima Swami temple and becoming a hotspot tourist place in around Bangalore.

Channarayana Durga – 98KM

Chennarayana Durga hill station near Tumkur is hotspot for rock climbing and trekkers. The moderate trek trail begins from the village and one of the must visit monsoon place around Bangalore.

Siddara Betta – 100KM

Siddara Betta is surrounded by rocky hills, deep caves and temples, located at a distance of about 105 km from Bangalore. This place is favourite destinations for trekkers and adventurers as well as Lord Shiva pilgrims.

Bheemeshwari – 105KM

Bheemeshwari is the most popular tourist places to visit around Bangalore and a favourite destinations for 1 day tourism. The wild,nature and adventures Bheemeshwari is known for water sports, trekking as well as for other outdoor activities.

MadhuGiri – 120KM

Madhugiri or honey hill in Tumkur district is the second largest monolith in Asia, located around 120 Kms Bangalore. Two large temples, the fort of Madhugiri and surrounding greenery are the main attractions of Madhugiri.

Kunti Betta – 130KM

Kunti-Betta

Kunti Betta is a famous picturesque small hill situated at a distance of 130 Km from Bangalore city. Night trek to Kunti Betta is the most thrilling trekking place near Bangalore.