Kudremukh – Horse Face Peak

Kudremukh – Horse Face Peak

Kudremukh a Horse face  peak located in Chikkamagaluru district, in Karnataka, India . overlook the Arabian Sea and are chained to one another by deep valleys and steep precipices. As yet undiscovered by tourists, Kudremukh is a trekker’s paradise. Let the wonderland of lush green forests interspersed with rivers, grassy slopes, captivating cascades, rare orchids, caves, ruins and traces of old civilisations amaze you as you trek your way through it  

Why Kudremukh ?

Kudremukh is equivalent to Heaven in south india . Blessed with Lush Greens Meadows everyewhere , the charishma of place remains forever . Known for its bio-diversity and mineral wealth .In Kannada, Kudremukh means ‘horse’s face’ and the place gets its name from a peak that resembles the face of a horse. The beautiful landscapes of Kurdremukh are a big crowd puller.There are dense forests around the town and wildlife spotting is popular, even though the forest cover makes it difficult to spot animals easily. You need to go deep in the jungle to catch a glimpse of the wildlife. Three vital rivers — Bhadra, Nethravati and Tunga — originate from the region.  

List to Explore

Kudremukh enthrals every one with his beauty and being the third highest peak in karnataka . It will be an ideal place if you nature over  and can’t resist being a tramp in the world . You may call it as himalay of south .  


he town of Kudremukh is primarily an iron ore mining town where the government run Public Sector Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd. (KIOCL) operated till the last decade.Kudremukh region was declared as a reserved forest in the year of 1916, to stop the extensive cut and burn agricultural practices from entering into the Ghats. 711 Environmentalist Dr. Ullas karanth did a systematic survey in 1983 to 1984, and observed that kudremukh is an extensive and suitable habitat for lion – tailed macaque most probably the tract has largest population of lion-tailed macaques in the Western Ghats exterior to Malabar region.  

Best for Wild and Bird Lover

Animals – Tiger, Leopard, Wild dog, Jackal, Lion-tailed macaque, Common langur, Sloth bear, Gaur, Sambar, Spotted deer, Barking deer, Malabar giant squirrel, Giant flying squirrel, Porcupine, Mongoose etc. Birds – Malabar trogon, Malabar whistling thrush, Great pied hornbill, Imperial pigeon etc.  

How To Reach

By Rail/Flight  :- Nearest Railway station/ Airport  is Mangalore , Which well connected with Major cities & towns of the country .From here, tourists can hire taxis and cabs or take buses to reach Kudremukh.   *********************************************************************** All the Article Information are collected from self search with help of internet This photos are belonged their respective owner , not belongs to me ***********************************************************************        

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