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Kemmenagundi-Chikmagalur
Kemmangundi is additionally famously known by the name of KR Hills, named after the Mysore King Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. Hypnotized by the magnificence of the place, he influenced Kemmangundi as his mid-year to withdraw. He later gave this depend on the Government of Karnataka. The Horticultural Department of Karnataka now creates and keeps up the resort and its environment. The office grows a considerable measure of elaborate plants here.According to Puranas, Kemmangundi was called Chandra Drona Parvatha. Water, spouting down through endless herbs and therapeutic plants, is accepted to cure numerous infections, including the basic icy and skin infirmities. The area is secured with manors of espresso and tea alongside thick bamboo forests framing a thick woods cover.Kemmangundi is a wonderful slope station with stunning perspectives of the valleys in the midst of mountain streams and rich vegetation.Kemmannagundi is amazing, with thick woodlands, regularly streaming springs, cool atmosphere and quiet air. The wonderful climate and the picturesque magnificence propelled the past decision Maharaja of Mysore to manufacture a mid-year royal residence here. He took incredible care, kept up the regular environment, arranged the greenery enclosures, fabricated great streets and different accommodations, vital for an agreeable remain. Following ten years of owning Kemmannagundi, he gave this place that is known for God's blessing to the Government of Karnataka. The Horticulture Department creates and keeps up the resort and the earth. Kemmannagundi is likewise named Sri Krishnarajendra Giridhama after his Highness. Kemmannagundi, 'The Queen of Hills' charms you with her green thick timberlands, fragrant blooms, moving fields, springs, precipices, hollows and thick mists hanging delicately finished slope tops. Kemmannagundi is arranged in Tarikere taluk, Chikkamagaluru region of Karnataka.
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Kemmannugundi

Chikmagalur

KARNATAKA

India

Mulyangiri Peak-Chikmagalur
Mullayanagiri is possibly one of the best places not just in Karnataka, but in Southern India where you can give wings or rather ropes to your desire to rough it out and be in commune with Mother Nature.While there is a smooth road winding all the way up to the peak that you can drive on, but it won’t be soon before the landscape captivates and lures you out to walk all the way up as it should be experienced. Halfway up the climb, the range begins to get enveloped in thick clouds and you come across a small shrine along the way.Mullaiyanagiri (25 km from town) is Karnataka’s highest peak with an ancient, but newly renovated, Mullapaswamy Temple. In the warmer months, the hike up is relatively easy and the views spectacular. Camp here for the night (the temple priest might even arrange a quick meal for you) and you’ll find the stars look close enough to touch. But the hike up to Mullaiyanagiri will be a tough task in the rainy months. In these beautiful environs rises the Mullayanagiri Peak trek, which is amongst the most sought after trekking destinations in South India! Reaching a height of 1,930m, this astounding peak of the Western Ghats boasts of its easy to challenging trekking trails, scenic beauty and the panoramic views from the top. The trekking trails on the Mullyangiri Hills will take you through some of the most rustic and naturally beautiful pathways. Witnessing a sunset from the peak is also a prized experience and is immensely popular among the trekkers.
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Mullayanagiri Peak

Chikmagalur

KARNATAKA

India

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