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A 5km day Savandurga trek with outdoor activities might be a superb option if you feel a lil adventurous for a weekend getaway.
Savandurga Hill is found about 60km from Bangalore and is the largest monolith in Asia. The hill comprises 2 granite boulders, i.e. ‘Karigudda’ (black hill) and ‘Biligudda’ (white hill) and operates as the trekking trail to Savandurga hill. It is better to opt for the ‘Biligudda’ trail since the ‘Karigudda’ route has steep inclines and risky pathways needing a permit. The destructions of the fort that earlier functioned as a prison can be seen at the crest of the hill. Earlier, it was known as Savinadurga or the fort of death due to its dangerous natural vertical formation.
The Manchinbele Dam encircles the mountain on one side, which serves as a drinking water source to the Magadi village and on the opposite side, it has the T.G. Halli Reservoir. This location is a heaven for trekkers and one of the best natural rock climbing areas in Southern India. It is a pleasant place for novices to begin trekking. The spectacular panorama of the Manchinbele dam and the local Magadi village, hometown of Kempegowda, the Bengaluru monarch, is a delight for the eye.
While heading back to Ramanagara, you can enjoy a few outdoor activities such as kayaking and rappelling before leaving this gorgeous place.
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