Murkannu Gudda And Hadlu Waterfalls Trek

Showcasing a rich biodiversity, this 8km guided trek of around 5 hours is one of the popular ones in Sakleshpur. During Murkan Gudda 3900 ft trek, you will pass through forest, waterfalls and a big lake amidst the valleys of Murkan Gudda. You can continue your trek to Uddenamaradavaare. On the way you will pass through Saalu gudda and kallu gudda. From uddenamaravaare you will get a panoramic view of western ghat and beautiful kaadumane tea estate. The view of Ethina Bhuja, Amedhikallu peak, Jenukallu gudda is a feast to eyes.

Ombattu Gudda Trekking

Ombattu Gudda / Ombattu Gudde / Ombathu Gudde is @ an altitude of 971m in the Kabbinale reserved forest range accessible from Hosakere (near Mudigere) as well as from Gundya. The usual trek trail is to start from Gundya check post (in NH48 / Mangaluru / Mangalore highway), head towards a water falls, climb up Ombattu Gudda, get down @ Hosakere

Bisle Ghat Trekking

Offering the best of Shola grasslands, semi-evergreen jungles, endemic plant and animal life is Bisle Ghat; yet the path to this extravagant display of Western Ghat wilderness is paved with bad roads. Negotiating your way through the thick fern and bamboo semi-evergreen forests that escort you all the way into Bisle, the 24 kilometer stretch of potholed misery jerks you around; a nerve wracking distraction from any hope you harbored of escaping into the enigma of these hills. Watch out! Before you lose your nerves, lest you miss out on one of the Western Ghat’s finest.

Jenukal Gudda Trekking

The Jenukal Gudda is the second highest Peak in Karnataka. Jenukal Gudda offers views of coast of Arabian Sea in Mangalore on clear days. Nestled by thick jungle and coffee estates the site is frequented by enthusiasts interested in trekking activity.

Railway Bridge Trekking

Situated in the heart of western ghats and on Bangalore-Mangalore railway line, Sakleshpur to Yedakumeri railway trek offers a magnificent view of green misty hills, milky waterfalls, dark tunnels and old railway bridges over water streams and deep valleys.
A few hours walk and the jungle gets thicker. The flat terrain gives way to hills, and streams appear in the intersection of these hills. These hills and streams are in plenty, and this geography has resulted in creation of many tall bridges and long tunnels for the tracks. They are a prime attraction of the trek. There are bridges and tunnels that are almost a kilometer long. Bridges can be really high from the valley floor and are definitely not for the acrophobic(People with fear of heights). And the tunnels tend to be pitch dark and infested with bats, certainly not for those who fear darkness. The total walk can be anywhere from 10 to 16km to Yedakumeri – so some fitness is necessary to make the walk.
The bridges offer open and beautiful view of the valleys. Sometimes you can walk down the bridge and get into the streams, and take a dip in the clear and cold waters. You will also see water gushing down like a shower from openings in the tunnels, which serve as a refreshing shower if you are tired of the walk. We once made the walk in the middle of the monsoon, and the seeing water everywhere is a joy. You wade across the streams that seem to intersect with the tracks. The tunnels are always sounding with flow of water. Everything you see is wet, wet and wet. Its usually pouring day and night and you have to be either very well prepared or be ready to get completely wet. We had both: we were well prepared and yet we were ready to get completely wet and enjoy the rains.