Location: Following Tadiandamol high point, Kumara Parvatha is the second-highest peak in the Coorg district of Karnataka state. Kukke Subramanya is where hikes begin. Subramanya village is home to the well-known Kukke Subramnay temple.
Brief outline of the Kumara Manoeuvrability Trek:
It’s very simple to get to the starting point of a trek. Bus service through the night to Kukkesubramanya. It takes 6 hours to travel by private car (280 Kms). There is a church road where the trek begins. Right turn onto Monastery Road.There are logically four stages to a trek.
Stage 1: Kukke temple, the starting point of the trek, to Battara Mane
Phase 2: Kallumantap to Battara Mane
Third Stage: Sheshaparvatha to Kallumantapa
Fourth Stage: Krishna Parvatha Climax to Shesha Parvatha
From the Kukke monastery to Battara Mane, the start of the trek:
From the Kukke temple is where the trek begins. To the forest, the initial trek is simple on a busy main road. Stage 1 involves a journey through a forest. Nowhere in between has access to water. You will come across a zig zagging path that shows you are all at the finish of the forest. After leaving the forest, the trek route is fairly simple until you reach Battara Mane. The above stage’s overall length is 5.5 KMS. The trek takes about three to four hours. In Battara Mane, you can purchase basic food items and water. If your water bottles are empty, users can fill them. There are restrooms here. After Battara Tresses, there is no bathroom on the this trail.
The trek begins with a short, easy ascent. After Battra Mane, there is a perspective where you can take a little time to unwind. Just past the first viewpoint, you will find the forest office. You fill in your name and charge Rs 200 per person in the register. Obtaining consent is not very difficult. If your water bottles are empty, you can fill them. You will quickly encounter a 2nd point of view. The trail gets a little steeper after this trek. The above stage’s trek is around 2.5 km long. Stage 2 of the trek takes between 1.5 and 2.5 hours to finish. You can take a break at Kallu Mantap. Water is located just before Kallu Mantap. If the pace of your trek is extremely slow and you arrive at Kallu Mantap
The trek, from Kallumantapa to Sheshaparvatha, is the hardest. It’s only because of how rocky the trail is. Throughout this phase, you could very well gain a significant amount of altitude. This section will be very challenging if you’re trekking during the season. There are a few short, flat trail stretches that you will encounter. This phase is roughly 3 km long. Trekking takes between 2.5 and 3.5 hours.
Shesha Parvatha to Kumara Parvatha Peak: Compared to the stage before, this is a relatively simple trek route. You will descend a little before the trek trail enters a woods. Within this trees, there is a water stream. This will remain in place until the end of December or the beginning of January. Even if visitors reach the water that is stagnant, the stream will stop flowing after January. In order to ensure that there will be liquid available if you trek after Dec., please check with the tree office. This trek’s trail is around 2 kilometres long. This extension will take 1 to 2 hours to finish.
Kumara Quality and higher Trek Difficulty:
The trek route is depicted on the route map in various colours. The initial route is shown as brown. The easiest stretch is this one. The road is asphalt. The following extension is in a green-colored side forest. The stretch in the green colour is challenging since you will obtain more altitude there. A next section, which lies between a forest and Battaramane, is depicted in blue. This exercise is simple. The easy connection among Battaramane and the Forest office is represented by the colour yellow. The difficult span between Forest Office and Kallumatap is depicted in purple. Within a week of Kullumantap, the trek will be extremely challenging until the apex appears in red. The trek is challenging all around.
Ranges for the Kumara Parvatha Trek
Ranges for the Kumara Parvatha Trek include Subramanya Temple Road, 1.5 km to the forest’s beginning, 2.5 km to the tree’s end, 1.2 km to Battaramane, 0.5 km to the forest office, 2 km to Kallucheppara, and 5 km to the peak. Overall length is approximately 12.7 km, or 13 km.
The best time to trek
You can trek up Kumara Parvatha Hill throughout the year. Comment months will be the perfect time for a trek. The best trekking season is from October to February. It would be very challenging to trek if you plan to do so in March, April, or May.
The greatest part you can do when going on a trek in the summer is to set out very early, at around six o’clock in the morning. Avoid trekking through torrential downpours when you’re doing it during the monsoon. Campground will be very difficult to do in a lot of rain. Already when you begin a monsoon hiking expedition, examine the weather forecast.