Bangalore gives a new dimension to Trekking in India

As per to a research conducted by a top youth website a couple of months back, it was found that most of the youth of today chose Bangalore as the most happening place in the country. The competition has always been between Mumbai and Bangalore but the margin for Bangalore has significantly increased. Bangalore is definitely a lovely city. Be it career wise, business wise or educational sector wise, the city has it all. Moreover, the weather is also soothing unlike other metro cities.
Trekking in India
Bangalore is also a popular tourist destination. Keeping Bangalore as a hub you can travel to many holiday spots in and around Karnataka. Mysore, Hubli, Shravanabelagola, Coorg, Dandeli are few amazing locales to spend your weekends at.
 
Bangalore is not only a famous holidaying destination and a city of levity but it is an emerging adventure sports destination as well. Bungee Jumping, Trekking and River Rafting are few adventure sports you can trace here.

Trekking in India has a huge scope. It is been encouraged a lot by many people. It has added a fun element to a mundane task like walking. What’s more, trekking can be done by all ages; there is no outlandish rules and regulations. And more over India’s trekking destination are one of the best in the world. The Kashmir valley and the whole of unexplored Himalayan Ranges are perfect picturesque for this expedition.
Trekking in India
The good news is Bangalore has quite a few trekking options. Coorg, Kunti Betta, Ramanagaram, Turahalli, Sharavathi, Anthargange Cave, Avani Betta are some to name. Most of the trekking near Bangalore are conducted every day so you get plenty of opportunities. In addition the treks here are not strenuous and of low intensity and goes easy on week knees adventurers. Also, you will not fall sick with AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).