Narayangiri Night Trek
Around 76 km from Bangalore, Narayangiri hill is one of the lesser-known mountain peaks in Karnataka. This peak lies around 20 km from Ramanagara and is nearly 3800ft in height. Home to the temple of Laxmi-Narayana which is open only on the weekends. So, with remains of the fort encircling the mountain can be seen from the peak. On your way up, you will see number of natural caves. The trail takes you from the carved steps on the rock to the thick forest of Jalamangala which hosts a range of small-sized creatures.
It is advisable to carry your own drinking water. Because there is no source of drinking water on top of the mountain. Narayangiri Night Trek with Manchanabele Water Activities is one of the most sought after weekend getaways in and around Bangalore. The weather and the sunrise makes the experience more endearing.
You can find the footsteps near the foothills up to some extent. Then start trekking by entering the thick forests of Jalamangala. That is hosts many small wildlife and little creatures like lizards and also on a lucky mornings. Also, you will spot Peacocks which only a few in numbers round the hills. During Narayangiri trek this hill is that the main course of activity alongside some adventure games like hiking and rappelling. It’s advisable to be guided on your trek and also to start out the trek early mornings within the cool weather. The trek at this place is moderate to start out off than at the reaching halfway. It becomes challenging for a little distance which results in the temple at the height.
This is one among the unknown forty mountain peaks of Karnataka. Also, through the Narayangiri trek, their infrastructure is not developed. It’s advisable to hold water bottles because of the peak as no source for beverage. Also near the temple, you’ll find ponds which are a very clean place. There are so many beautiful small ponds available. Their water is hygiene and is often expand in washing the faces.