Bangalore has some lovely places around where you can go for trekking. There are sine brilliant places to explore which you want to reach by trekking. Those who love to trek often set out for it almost every alternate month and there are many organisers who organise these trekking session on weekends and one can get a good change from the regular hustle and bustle of the city.
There are many places for trekking near Bangalore and one can select from those innumerable options.
Go beyond the horizon at Kodachadri: this starts from 24th march at 9 PM and ends on 26th march in the evening. This trek is organised by the Mad Nomad and to book tickets to get a place here one has to pay an amount of Rs 3950. This place is very beautiful and also has some historical importance as well. The oaks are located at the Western Ghats and this place will make you fall in love with nature over and over again. One has to trek through the lush and dense greeneries around and you can also view the mesmerising sun set from the top. This trip cost includes journey and home stay along with breakfast and then dinner along with camp fire.
Nepal—Nagarkot—Chisapani Trek: This trek session starts from 12th April at 6 in the morning and then ends on 18th April at 9 PM. One has to reserve at least a week of holidays to indulge in this trek and trust me; it will totally be worth it. This is organised by the Outdoors India and the total cost of this trip is almost Rs 17 thousand. The greater Himalayan peaks do have some breathtaking views along with some mesmerising rhododendron forests, alpine meadows and oaks. Mainly trek that starts from Nepal begins with a long drive from Kathmandu and this one is also not an exception. The difficulty level for this trek journey is medium and so those who have never gone for trekking; it is not a good idea for them to try this. One has to cover quite a long distance by trekking on an everyday basis. The height that one needs to climb is on 2410 meters.
Trek to Shivpuri National Park in Nepal: this one can go for trekking anytime from October to mid May. Here, one can trek to the world’s highest organic tea estate which is known as Kolukkumalai. Earliest you can trek here is from 17th Match to 20th march and to enrol yourself you need to play Rs 4999. One can also visit the Kannan Deva hills in Munnar here and get lost in the beautiful scenic beauty. But one has to be quite experienced in trekking to go for this adventure. The trekking distance covers more than 12 kilometres and it is not a very easy thing to complete.
If you are trek ready, then go ahead for these options as they will be happening soon and enjoy the nature to the fullest.