Bangalore is one of the important places of Karnataka. Apart from being a main centre for IT sector and other multinational corporate – a place where all the dreamers come to live in and pursue a career, Bangalore is also a chief tourist attraction.
It is an ultimate place to shop good quality stuffs at an absolutely cheaper price; Women go crazy when they hear of Brigade rd, MG rd, chickpet, commercial street etc. The city is famous for its beautiful historic parks, museums, nature, wildlife, science galleries etc.
A lot of tourist spots such as Shivanasamudram falls, Mysore, Dandeli, Devarayanadurga, Art of Living foundation etc are extremely popular for Bangalore tourists.
But little did we know that this fast moving, happening city has an audacious side as well. Trekking is one of the adventurous sports spotted quite frequently in the outskirts of the city. It is one of the best easiest adventurous sport with very little practice and skill required. And also has an added benefit – walking is the best exercise.
The Himalayan ranges, Kashmir valley, Leh and Ladhak, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Uttarakhand are few of the places for Trekking in India. Most of the trekking spots in the northern India are of higher altitude and extremely cold. This might be a problem to many trekkers who suffer from altitude sickness also known as AMS. This happens as higher region has low oxygen level and also low temperature causing such situation.
For this reason many people do not attempt trekking at all. But Bangalore does not pose any such challenges. The average altitude and moderate climate will definitely suit everyone. This is why you have more than 15 charismatic hills for trekking in Bangalore; they include Skandagiri Hiils, Anthargange caves, Ramanagara, Savan durga, Madhugiri, Bheemeshwari, Kanakpura, Shivagange, Makalidurga, Kunti Betta etc.