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Anthargange Trek and Cave Exploration from Bangalore, Kolar

Kolar at night from Anthargange

Anthargange trek is one of the most famous short treks from Bangalore for the cave exploration. Situated at a distance of around 80 Kms from Bangalore in the Kolar district, it has also become one of the best night treks around Bangalore. Following are the details of this trek.

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Anthargange Trek from Bangalore

How to reach anthargange from bangalore:.

While returning from the night trek, I saw a KSRTC bus heading towards the trek route. But I am not sure if the bus was coming from Bangalore or from Kolar. Anyway, most of the people like to reach this place on their private vehicles, be it a bike or a car. Since the highway is superfine, it should not take more than 2 hours in total to reach the trek starting point.

Anthargange trek starting points

There are two starting points for this trek.

  • Crazy hills resort  and,

Dakshina Kashi Kshetra temple

Crazy hills resort.

There is a motorable road to both of the starting points. However, last 4-5 Km stretch to the crazy hills resort is a hilly road. Moreover, from this point, you would not need to ascend much as this point is already at par with the top. There is also a village near the resort. In the night, it would be sleepy but in the morning, there are shops from where you can buy snacks and water etc.

This temple can also be a trek starting point. You shall have to park the vehicle near the temple and follow the trail until the top. Below is an image of the trail of this trek just for your understanding:

Anthargange trekking trail

With reference to the above image, you can see temple marked on the right end and the resort that I mentioned above on the left end. In the middle, you can see the water cave. Those are the caves for which this trek is famous for. So you can start trekking from either side. If you ask my opinion, I would suggest you start from the resort side.

Anthargange Caves:

Though the water caves marked on the image above looks close to the trail, you need someone, especially in the night trek, to help you find the caves because they are little away from the main trail. Also, you need an experienced person who has already seen the caves before to walk you through the labyrinth of the networks of the caves. At some points, the caves are dangerous as well. In the day, you can try exploring on your own.

Antharagange caves will often remind you of Belum caves in Andhra Pradesh. If you are a fan of caves, then you should surely plan a trip to the Belum Caves .

Cave Exploration Tips:

Try to start the trek from the Crazy hills resort side. After trekking for almost 10 minutes, you should be able to see some caves. In case, you do not see any, ask the night trek guys or someone else from the day trek.

Anthargange Vegetation:

Anthargange is full of thorny vegetation. In the day, it becomes really hot due to rocks. This trek is ideal for a night trek. You can also see the view of the Kolar town at night from the trek. Sunrise is also very beautiful in the morning with ample space for photography without any object hindering the way.

Anthargange Trek Pictures:

Anthargange temple steps

Anthargange temple steps

Anthargange camping

Anthargange caves

Kolar early morning from anthargange hills

Kolar early morning from anthargange hills

Kolar at night from Anthargange

Kolar at night from Anthargange

Anthargange hills early morning

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hello sir, Can you please give the contact detailes of he guide for anthargange night trekking. is it safe to go there at night??

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Anthargange Caves Trek: A Complete Guide

The vast and diverse landscape of India offers a plethora of trekking opportunities, and the Anthargange trek in the Kolar district of Karnataka is undoubtedly one of the hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Nestled amidst the enchanting hills and rocky terrain, the Anthargange trek offers a perfect blend of spirituality, adventure, and natural beauty. 

This blog aims to take you on a virtual journey to Anthargange, exploring its mysterious caves, challenging trails, and the unique experience it offers to trekkers and adventure enthusiasts.

About Anthargange Trek

Anthargange is a hill range in the Shathashrunga range of Karnataka, about 70 kilometers from Bangalore. It is a popular trekking destination for its scenic beauty, challenging trails, and rich history. The name "Anthargange" means "innerspring" in Kannada, and the hill is home to a number of natural springs, as well as caves and temples.

The Anthargange trek is a moderate to difficult trek, with a total distance of about 5 kilometers. The trail begins at the Anthargange temple and ascends through a series of rocky boulders and dense forests.

The first part of the trek is relatively easy, but the difficulty level increases as you approach the summit.

Trekking Details

Starting Point : The trail begins at the Anthargange temple in Kolar District ( View in Map )

Trek Route :  The ascends through a series of rocky boulders and dense forests. The first part of the trek is relatively easy, but the difficulty level increases as you approach the summit. The final stretch of the trek is a steep climb up a series of steps, which can be challenging for some hikers.

Distance :  Approximately 5 kilometers (Going and coming back).

Trek Completion Time :   3-4 hours (Going and coming back).

Difficulty Leve l:  Moderate.

Trek Permit Fee :  400 INR + GST for adults and 200 INR+GST for children. You can get the permit from the official website of Karnatakaecotourism.com .

Trekking Route

As you ascend, you will encounter fascinating volcanic rock formations, small caves, and crevices. The trek involves some climbing, crawling through narrow gaps, and exploring the caves, which are the highlights of the Anthargange trek.

The trek is of moderate difficulty and takes around 2 to 3 hours to reach the top, depending on your pace and exploration time. The views from the top are breathtaking, especially during sunrise and sunset.

What is the best time for Anthargange Trek?

The best time to undertake the Anthargange trek in Kolar district, Karnataka, India, is during the cooler months, which are typically from October to March. During this period, the weather is more pleasant, with milder temperatures and lower humidity, making it ideal for trekking and outdoor activities.

Winter (October to February):

This is the peak season for trekking Anthargange due to the pleasant weather. Temperatures are relatively cool, ranging from 15°C to 25°C during the day, and it can get colder during the night. The clear skies and mild weather provide excellent trekking conditions, making it a popular time for both experienced trekkers and beginners.

Spring (March):

Early March can still offer good trekking weather, similar to the winter months. Towards the end of March, the temperatures may start to rise, and it can get slightly warmer during the daytime. Overall, it is still a suitable time for trekking, but the weather may become warmer as the month progresses.

Summer (April to June):

Summer months can be quite hot and uncomfortable for trekking in Anthargange. Daytime temperatures can soar well above 30°C, and the rocks can become scorching hot. Trekking during the summer is not recommended due to the harsh conditions. It is better to plan a trek early in the morning.

Monsoon (July to September):

The monsoon season brings heavy rainfall to the region, making the terrain slippery and hazardous for trekking. The rocks can become slippery, Trekking during the monsoon is not advisable for safety reasons.

My Trek Experience

I planned this trek along with one of my friends in Bangalore, So I took the trek permit in advance from the Karnataka eco-tourism website as it is mandatory for this trek.

We started from Bangalore early in the morning around 4:30 so that we can reach the base of the Anthargange trek before 6 AM. The road condition is very good from Bangalore to Kolar so we reached on time without any hassle.

After reaching the base point of the Anthargange trek we parked our vehicle at the dedicated parking area by paying 50 INR. Afterward, we started our trek journey, Initially, we need to climb a few stairs and cover a 500-meter distance to reach the actual trek start point where we have shown our trek permit to the forest guard, and from there, we have been assigned a trek guide.

The trek route is easy and we didn't face any difficulty but as we are doing this trek in the month of July due to monsoon season we could see lots of greenery in our trail. After covering some distance we started to see big rocks in our trail which made our trek journey exciting.

After covering more distance reached in front of the caves, that was the best part of this trek. We waited for some time for our trek guide as we were quite ahead of our fellow trekkers. Once the trek guide came we entered the caves and it is one of the most thrilling and adventurous parts I felt in the entire trek journey.

There was no light so we need to use our phone flashlight to see the way ahead, ad the passage is soo narrow that only one person can move at a time. With the help of the trek guide, we were able to come out of that cave and we all felt relieved and happy.

For the final viewpoint, we went ahead from the caves to reach a point where we need to climb the rock to reach the top viewpoint and after we reached there it was truly a breathtaking view we experienced. We captured the beauty of the place by taking some photos and videos.

I tried capturing the views with my drone but it was too windy at the top that I couldn't able to fly for more than a few minutes. We relaxed and had our snacks and started our return journey afterwards.

Anthargange trek in Kolar was truly one of a kind trek with mysterious caves which I have experienced near Bangalore. It is a mesmerizing blend of adventure and natural beauty. Its mystical caves, challenging trails, and breathtaking landscapes offer an unforgettable experience for trekkers and adventure enthusiasts. 

Tips for Trekkers

Before setting off on the Anthargange trek, here are some essential tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience:

Proper Footwear: Wear comfortable trekking shoes with a good grip to navigate the rocky terrain safely.

Carry Sufficient Water: As the trek can be physically demanding, ensure you carry an ample supply of water to stay hydrated throughout the journey.

Pack Light: Keep your backpack light with only essential items like snacks, a first aid kit, and a flashlight for night treks.

Follow the Guide: If you're new to the area, it's advisable to hire a local guide who knows the terrain well. They can help you navigate through tricky spots and provide valuable insights into the history and significance of the place.

Respect Nature: While trekking, ensure you leave no trace behind and respect the natural surroundings. Avoid littering and damaging the rock formations.

Night Trek Precautions: If you opt for a night trek, make sure to carry extra layers of clothing as it can get chilly at higher altitudes during the night.

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Trekking at Antaragange – A Walk Through Volcanic Paths

November 24, 2011 by madur

Trekking at Antaragange, near Kolar

Karnataka has a variety of trekking destinations to suit the enthusiast. Among the top five treks in Karnataka is the Antaragange trek. The volcanic rocks and caves along this trek offer exploration opportunities for the enthusiast.

Getting To Antaragange

Antaragange is at a distance of 65 km from Bangalore. Antaragange is at a distance of 2 km from Kolar, which is the base for the trek. State transport and private buses ply at regular intervals to Kolar.

What To See At Antaragange

Antaragange forms part of the Shathashrunga mountain range and means ‘Ganges from the depths’. This place is called the Kashi of the South and has an ancient Kashi Vishwanatha temple on a hillock. There is a perennial flow of water from the mouth of a stone bull into a pond in the temple premises.

Trekking In Antaragange

There is a flight of 500 + broken stone steps to reach the temple. An alternate 7-km route is through volcanic rocks, thick undergrowth, and cave formations covering the hillock. It is difficult to avoid the thorny bushes on the hill and the trekker is sure to come back with numerous scratches on his limbs.

The best time for trekking in Antaragange is August to February. It is advisable to start trekking early morning and be back by early afternoon. The climate is hot, and hence, sunscreen and caps are a must for the trek. The trek is a moderately difficult one and ideal for a day excursion. Food is available at Kolar town, but the trekker is advised to carry plenty of water and ready-to-eat food packets.

Night treks on this route can also be arranged with the help of local guides. One is likely to encounter snakes and sloth bears along the route. The rocks grow cold at night; hence, it is advisable to carry a fleece jacket and a bright torch on the trek. The night trek takes about 6 hours allowing for short rest stops on the way. Trekkers often camp out in tents on the peak. On a clear day, one can see the lights of Kolar town from the peak.

  • Antaragange is besieged by monkeys, which are a total menace. Incidents where monkeys in search of food have attacked trekkers and carried away bags are common. The trekker is advised to carry a stout stick and hide any food packets from view.
  • The huge boulders near this hillock have formed narrow cave structures. It is not advisable to attempt climbing these structures without a local guide or prior knowledge of basic bouldering techniques.
  • There are plenty of honey combs in the cave structures and tourists should avoid disturbing the bees.

Places Around Antaragange

Kolar is a mid-sized town with moderately priced restaurants. The town houses the Kolaramma and Someshwara temples. The Someshwara temple is built in the Vijayanagara style of architecture and is estimated to be at least 500 years old. The 800-year-old Kolaramma temple houses two shrines, and it is built in the Dravidian style of architecture.

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Bangalore has so many beautiful places to explore all around and Antaragange is just one of them. Although the place does not offer any scenic splendour, it has a charm on its own through climbing rock boulders and various cave exploration sites. The spot is located 70 kms away from Bangalore and this trek route can be covered either at night or a day. There is a temple which is named Antaragange temple where history says natural spring water constantly flows out of the mouth of Nandi. As the place is surrounded by rocky boulders, there are several rock formations which are arranged in such a manner as to appear as numerous caves waiting to be explored. The trek trail leads to Durga Hill from where one can envisage good view from atop. Enroute the trail, you will overcome steep stairways to the temple and then move further towards rocky boulders. You will get various thrilling moments enroute visiting the Launchpad rock and Devils Horn which are all natural formations. Up at the summit base; enjoy cave explorations and good view from above. ITINERARY Pick up at 0600 AM from Bangalore as you are driven towards the base point from where the trek begins towards Durga Hill & Antaragange Temple. The initial route will cover straight staircases up to the temple. As you reach the temple, from the left hand side of the temple, trails appear which steadily get steeper. The hill will appear to be rocky from down below as you tread ahead. Pass by the famous Launchpad rock and Devils Horn as you reach the summit base Durga Hill. Spend the day exploring caves on the hill top. Enjoy lunch at the top and later return back to base camp and drive back to Bangalore.

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Altitude: 4022 feet Difficulty: moderate but challenging Best season: All year round Advisory: We recommend wearing comfortable/full clothes as the trail could have thorns. Departure Dates: 13th February , 2016  



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Sixty kilometers from Bengaluru, Antargange in Kollar is a hill range with huge volcanic rocks and boulders scattered all over.  Thorny shrubs cover the hill, while there is dense plantation forest at the base.  Flight of steps, halfway the hill leads to an ancient temple.  The spring at this temple is claimed to wash off your sins.  The forty-five minutes hill climbing will keep you panting for breath and opens up for an extensive and beautiful green plateau on the top. 

Kolar town, the headquarters of this district was formerly known as Kuvalala. Kollar was the first capital of the Gangas, till about the 4th century A.D. In 1004 A.D., the Cholas annexed Kolar with their empire. Later, Kolar came under the Vijayanagar empire, before being taken over by the British in 1768.  In 1792, Kolar was given to Tippu Sultan, by the British. Haidar Ali of Mysore was born around 1722 in the tiny village of Budikote, near Kolar. Haidar Ali died in 1782 during the Mysore Wars. His body was embalmed and lay in state for four months before being moved to a mausoleum built by his son, Tipu Sultan, in the middle of a garden on the island of Srirangapatam.

Anthargange is an ideal location for light trek, rock climbing and camping.  Big and small boulders have heaped to form cave like formations offering exhilarating network of cave exploration activity.

  • Difficulty level : Easy
  • Trek Length : 4 Kms in total (Two way)
  • Altitude : 863 Meter
  • Distance from Bangalore : 60 Kms 
  • Minimum Age : 6 Years 
  • Weather : 28 to 32 Degrees (March to June)

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What is included in the tour.

  •   Non   A/C Transport (Bangalore to Bangalore)
  •  Breakfast (Veg)
  •  Packed Lunch (Veg)
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  •  Basic First Aid support
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  • Water bottles (enough to carry at least 2 liters of water)
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  • Energy Food (Chocolate bars, flavored milk, Electrolyte drinks - Glucose-D, etc).
  • Torch with new batteries (in case of emergency)
  • Camera (optional)
  • Raincoat (Suggested)  

Tentative Schedule:

06:30 AM - Pickup from BMC, Indiranagar 06:45 AM - Pickup from  New Shanti sagar Hotel, Domlur 07:00 AM - Pick up from Sapphire Toys, Richmond Road (Near Sacred Heart Church) 07:30 AM - Pick up from Tin factory Bus Stop.  08:00 AM - Have breakfast on the way and pack lunch 09:30 AM - Start Trekking, Reach peak, explore. Have packed lunch  14:00 PM - Trek down and Depart to Bangalore                          17:00 PM - Reach Bangalore

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Night trek & Cave Exploring @ Antargange

Bangalore is surrounded by so many beautiful places around it. And Antargange is one of them. It is calm, pleasant, surprising and most importantly very safe place for night trekking. It takes around 1 Hr to reach the peak, but there are so many caves & peaks to explore. It's difficulty level is moderate. Trek is easy but cave exploring is tricky.

This is one of the good place for starters for hiking, cave exploration and camping. It takes average of 1.5 hours to reach the camping point from the base. Up to middle (till temple), you have good stairs. There after its bit difficult to reach camping point. If you are going for night trek be aware of snakes, foxes and wolfs. At the camping site you can witness foxes watching you from a distance rock. And if you want to explore caves, make sure that you wear jeans, full arm shirt and equipped with torch. As some one said before, Antaragange won't offer you scenic environment. But it gives you good experience. The temple at the middle is nice. They say water flows through out the year from the mouth of Nandi. Don't forget ti taste that sweet & pure water. Apart from this beware of monkeys. They can easily sense your fright and will attack if you are holding any eatables or attractive items like sun glasses, camera etc. Tips for Bikers and Night Trekkers: Its perfectly safe to park your Bike near the base (Darga) during night. Just give Rs.50/- to the house owner where you park, they will take care of your helmets too. Don't forget to pack the dinner from Kolar, you won't get any thing in Antaragange. Don't carry non-veg food, its banned at the premises of temple and it may also attract wolfs, foxes during the night camp. The only water source is at temple. Fill as much as water you can before proceeding to camp site.

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We visited as part of our trip to molar. The place is ok. Lot of monkeys. Kind of scary sometimes. It could turnout a good place for trekking.

small tank with water originating from mouth of Nandi... but the climb uphill is tiring. not much scenic ....can be avoided. lots of monkeys...scary to some extent....no food facility at all.

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Bangalore, the IT hub of the country, and is the city for IT professionals. The best way to escape the pressure of work and to get refreshed is to have a short weekend break. With lots of adventurous club in Bangalore, you just need to have a mindset.

While having lunch with my colleagues, I shared the idea and the trip got planned. This was a night trek and cave exploration at Antaragange. Sixty kilometers from Bengaluru, Antaragange in Kollar is a massive field of volcanic boulders and rocks. These boulders, all heaped one on another creates a whole network of cave-like formations and tunnels that makes this a great place for cave exploration, light trekking, and camping.

We planned this trip with Bangalore Mountaineering Club (BMC). We bought the tickets, got things confirmed and got geared up for the short trip. After having dinner, we waited near Tin Factory, where we were supposed to get picked up by them.

We boarded the bus, a non ac one (you don’t need an ac bus since the trip starts at around 10 pm and anyway it’s Bangalore). There were other groups too and in total there were close to 36 people in two buses including the coordinators.

While going uphill, the roads were really narrow and the turns were very sharp. Our hearts almost stopped for a second whenever the bus took a hair pin turn. It was exciting at the same time. The white huge boulders looked beautiful in the moonlit night. We reached the base around 12:30 at night.

Other than BMC, there was another group from Thrillophillia. So, they started the trek first, and we waited at the base for some time so that there could be a gap between the two groups. Every one of us collected our sleeping bags from the BMC coordinators. Then there was a quick round of instructions and introductions, where we figured out that it was almost the IT crowd. People started talking to each other and it felt like one big group.

We started the trek in the moonlit night. Though the trek was really easy, but we felt good and it was only getting interesting and exciting. After trekking for a kilometer or so through thick bushes, we reached at the cave. I must say, basic fitness is really required. The entry point at the cave was a tough one. To get into the cave, we had to slide down almost 6 feet and though it sounds simple, it actually wasn’t. We had to keep our sleeping bags outside. One by one people started to enter the cave. The coordinators were extremely helpful and the way they directed was perfect. It was pitch dark inside and we continued to move further. I don’t exactly remember but there were almost four to five places inside the cave which were really challenging. At one place the radius of the passage was 30 cm approx. and was an uneven one. And one had to slide down through it and then crawl to move ahead. At another place, one had to keep one leg on one rock stretch the other leg to reach another rock and balance and then carefully crawl through a small passage. I and my friends were just behind the instructor and while he was busy guiding others we took the lead and came out of the cave at a wrong place. All we could see were white huge boulders and rocks everywhere, shining brightly in the moon light. It looked beautiful. Finally, we all managed to complete the caving and took our sleeping bags and started heading towards the place where we were supposed to take rest till morning. It was almost 3 o’ clock at night. As we started trekking uphill, there was an interesting point where there was just a foot hold space. So we were supposed to rest flat on the boulder and move sideways to cross that place. There was a coordinator for safety purpose but that was little scary. We kept on moving forward and finally reached a flattened surface on the top of a hillock. We sat there and the scenic beauty was something that cannot be expressed in words. It’s something that only a person can feel. We kept on talking and clicked pics till 6 in the morning.

At sunrise, though we couldn’t see a clear sunrise but the scenery was absolutely stunning. We sat there for about an hour. The coordinators then asked every one of us to assemble and to pack our stuff. We left around 7 in the morning and walked back towards the bus. The sun was shining brightly and we could see the rays falling on those white boulders making it look artistic. We halted at a place for breakfast and got freshened up too. Then we headed back towards the city and were dropped off at the same location from where they picked us.

Bangalore Mountaineering club has been conducting these kind of activities since many years and they are really fun people. This was my first trip with them and I loved it a lot. I have heard a lot about Thirllophilia but haven’t done any trip with them but I believe they would be equally good too.

Few points that I would like to mention is:

These kind of trips are really safe. The coordinators make sure of this thing first. Having said that, people need to take care of themselves and shouldn’t get isolated from the group.

You can do the trip alone also. If you are someone who loves adventures and do not have friends to accompany, never mind. When I did the trip, there were few single people in the group and then they became friends with others during the trek.

Rest all the details are provided by the clubs in their website. Please follow it and you will have an awesome fun time.


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Anthargange Day Trek & Cave Exploration


Embark on an exciting expedition to Anthargange Hills trek and discover the hidden gems of Karnataka’s natural beauty. Explore the ancient Anthargange Caves and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Karnataka’s stunning landscapes. Anthargange –  This beautiful rocky hill range is situated at about 1226 Meters (4021ft.) high in Kolar district around Bangalore. The Anthargange sunrise trek is one of the most coveted trekking spots near Bangalore. Anthargange hill is completely surrounded by boulders.

Anthargange Day Trip is an unforgettable experience in terms of trekking and cave exploration. The trek which is around 3 km in length, you will find it to be pretty moderate as the trek starts with finding a way through broken rocks and tricky path in the boulders to finally arrive at the cave site to explore. Unleash your inner adventurer and book a trip to Anthargange camping to experience the beauty of Karnataka’s stunning landscapes, while sleeping under the stars. Plan your Anthargange trip with hassle-free booking options and experience an unforgettable adventure exploring the stunning landscapes of Karnataka.

Anthargange isn’t just a trek; it’s an odyssey into the heart of the Earth’s soul. It’s a place where nature’s beauty is amplified to a degree that even the most vivid dreams pale in comparison. It’s an adventure that will leave an indelible mark on your soul, an experience that will forever bind you to the enchanting embrace of Anthargange.”

  • Slots for the trip: Usually between 10-50
  • Distance: Around 65-75 kms from Bengaluru
  • Starting time: Saturday/Sunday  at 6 Am approx
  • Ending time: Saturday/Sunday  Evening 6 PM approx
  • Stay: No Stay
  • Trek difficulty: Easy-Moderate
  • Duration of the Trip: 1 Day
  • Where: Near Kolar
  • Trek Distance: 4 km (up & down) Approximate
  • Trail Type: Grasslands, Thick Forests, Ever-Flowing streams, and steep inclinations
  • 06:30  AM Pick up starts from Bangalore
  • 09:30 AM Start the small trek followed by cave exploration, Reach peak, explore.
  • 14:00 PM Trek down and Depart to Bangalore
  • 17:00 Reach bangalore
  • Note: Drop points are as a pick points

What’s included

With Travel Expenses Inclusions : 

  • Transportation Non AC Depends on customer booking
  • Tickets & Entry charges to places visited in the itinerary
  • Forest Permits
  • Forest Guide
  • Trek Leads from NammaTrip

Without Travel Expenses Inclusions : 

  • Trek Leads from Nammatrip

What’s not included

  • Break fast ( Self Sponserd )
  • Any Personal expenses like snacks, water, etc.
  • Any kind of Insurance
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions

Pick up points

  • RR Nagar (06:30 AM) – Gopalan Arcade, Mysore road
  • Banashankari (6:50 AM) – Bus Stop
  • BTM (07:10 PM) – Udupi Garden Bus Stop, Near A2B
  • Silk Board (07:30 AM) – Prashant hotel (towards marathali road)
  • Marathahalli (07:50 AM) – Opposite to Kalamandir
  • Tin Factory (08:10 AM) – Bus Stop

Drop points are same as the pickup points

Once you’ve booked your tickets, we will reach out to you and provide you with more information like exact pick-up times, exact location, coach details and more on Whatsapp.

Any changes in Pick Up locations will be notified to the participants 10-12 hrs before the start of the trip.

Things to Carry

  • Face mask and sanitizer
  • Strong backpack for trekking
  • Water bottles are at least 1-2 liters
  • Extra set of clothes (if necessary)
  • A Poly Bag to carry your wet clothes back to Bangalore
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses (optional)
  • Raincoat or a poncho
  • Personal medication if any
  • A torch with new batteries
  • Sweaters/Jacket to bear the cold weather
  • Good trekking shoes
  • Camera/DSLR (if interested)
  • Extra cash for Personal expenses/Meals not included
  • Cleanliness is Our top most priority.Please do not throw trash out anywhere in the open.
  • Your equipment and equipment distributed are to be carried by self, like bags, sticks, etc.
  • As you are exploring nature, don’t expect luxury. Washrooms are only available at the hotel campsite (you reach the hotel/campsite for breakfast).
  • You agree to indemnify yourself for the risks involved in the outings varying from destinations to destinations.
  • NammaTrip is not responsible for misplacing/loss of any personal belongings.

Cancellation Policy:

  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain trips or activities may get canceled. In such cases, we will try our best to provide an alternative feasible solution. However, a refund will not be applicable for the same.
  • Cancellations are strictly subjected to cancellation policies mentioned on the website & are irrespective of the date of booking.

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Terms & Conditions:

  • Age limit: 10+
  • Our facilities are neat and basic, not luxurious
  • Our accommodations are many times sleeping bags and Tents, Dormitories, rooms with beds and sometimes just sleeping bags under the glittering sky.
  • The average level of fitness is required to participate in the trek. We will not be responsible if any participant is unable to get to the summit due to their own limitations.
  • The food provided will be basic delicious Vegetarian food.
  • NammaTrip shall not be responsible for any of your belongings, valuables, jewelry, etc.
  • We expect every participant to be responsible for littering. Please keep every place we visit clean.
  • We have designated pick up and drop points, make your own arrangements of transports to the desired pick-up point accordingly.
  • We may revise the Terms and Conditions from time to time by updating this posting. The revised terms will take effect when they are posted.
  • Nammatrip is not responsible if any injuries or accidents occur during the event.
  • Any client consuming alcohol, misbehaving, causing delay during the event will be terminated from the event without any prior warning and no refund will be given. Such clients should arrange their own transport to the way back, Nammatrip does not hold the responsibility of terminated clients.
  • Littering, smoking & consumption of alcohol is banned outdoors or anytime during the trek. We will provide you with a time and place to enjoy your drinks.
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be canceled and, in such cases, we will try to provide an alternate feasible activity. However, no refund will be provided for the same.
  • If we cancel the event, we offer a full refund to all the participants.
  • Cancellation / Refund is done by the third party based on their policies.
  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • We recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes prior at the venue.
  • Rights of admission reserved.

About NammaTrip:

  • We as an Adventure Travel company aim to show you nice people the most beautiful and pristine places in Karnataka.
  • Preserving the cleanliness & beauty of our beautiful land is our topmost priority.
  • Go deep into nature.
  • Hike to see the beauty of the sunrise.
  • Trek to beautiful mountains.
  • Dip in the beaches of our beautiful coast.
  • Hike through the mystical rainforest of the Western Ghats.
  • Experience Karnataka’s beauty

What is the best time to visit Anthargange?

The Winter season in Anthargange starts from December and goes on till February, the Monsoon stays from June to November and finally, the summer will show its effects from March to May. However, the best time to visit is from October onwards till March-end. This is the perfect time for an Anthargange trek as the summer is about to leave with a cold breeze settling in. During this time you can enjoy Anthargange Sunrise Trek, road trips, adventure sports, and various types of adventure activities along with enjoying the scenic view. Call us to Anthargange Sunrise Trek & Trip to Anthargange.

How can I go to Anthargange?

There are primarily two ways of reaching Anthargange. Firstly, you can reach it via Train. You need to reach the Kolar railway station which is just 3 kilometers away from Anthargange and it will take you hardly 15-20 minutes to cover this short journey. Secondly, you can travel via flight, which is the most preferred option used by tourists. Catch a flight to Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) and then you can take a cab from there till Anthargange via Kolar. Click here to know more Skandagiri sunrise trek booking , Uttari betta Trek booking , Gokarna trip package.

What is Anthargange famous for?

Antaragange is a mountain that is a part of the Shathashrunga mountain range in the Southeast part of Karnataka, Kolar district. Anthargange is widely popular for its holy temple of Shiva. The name Anthargange literally means “The Ganges from the deep ” or “Inner stream” in Kanada language. The Sri Kashi Vishweshwara temple is the famous Shiva in Antharagange, also known as Kashi of South. Inside the temple, you will find this mysterious flow of water from the mouth of a Basava (Bull stone). Sunrise trekking in Anthargange and exploring caves is also a widely popular adventure sport. Book Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration easily at Nammatrip.

How long is the Anthargange sunrise trek?

Anthargange trek is in the Kolar district of Karnataka in the Shathashrugna range. Anthargange Trekking It is one of the most famous and desired adventure sports near the metro city Bangalore. This trek is 3 kilometers in length, the difficulty of this trek is moderate as the trek provides you with some of the beautiful views of the city. The trek takes you to a height of 1712 meters, it will take you through rocky and tricky roads and you may have to crawl at times as well. Anthargange trip booking with best trekking experts to view the beauty of Kolar.

How is the weather of Anthargange?

During summers (March to May) Anthargange remains hot, with temperatures ranging from 22 degree Celsius to 37 degree Celsius. During summers it is not recommended to visit this place because of extreme heat and humidity. Monsoon (June to November) is the most preferable season to visit here as the temperature remains cold and rain provides a good relief from the heat. During winter (December to February) the temperature stays cold and drops down till 19 degree Celsius with a maximum of 32 degree Celsius. Check out our Nandi hills trekking , Kunti betta Trek booking.

What is the maximum altitude of Anthargange?

From the sea level Anthargange hill is at a height of 1712 meters surrounded by boulders and volcanic rock formations. This place is popularly known for Anthargange sunrise trek and cave exploration, you can catch a view of the entire town of Kolar from the top.

What is Anthargange Cave exploration?

Cave exploration is the most popular adventure sport in Anthargange trek. Due to the volcanic eruption in the old-time, there are caves formed here which are now used for adventure sports like caving, trekking, rappelling, etc. Book Trip to Anthargange Online for life long experience of trekking.

What is the Anthargange trek route?

The gate of Anthargange welcomes you with a temple. You have to climb 200 steps to reach the temple complex. This temple is the source of Anthargange, a holy and mysterious place of the source of water coming from beneath the rocks. From the temple, there is a 2-minute walk to begin your journey of Anthargange trekking. Then after trekking on a moderate climb for 45 minutes you will be welcomed by the villagers who reside in the group of 7 villages atop hills. At this place, you can explore caves and even spend a night in the camps if you wish. Lastly, you will reach the top and will have a great view of the Kolar district.

Is the Anthargange sunrise trek difficulty?

Anthargange trekking journey will take around 6 kilometres, about 4 hours to complete. The trek is moderately difficult and it will take you through rocky paths, cave sites, and volcanic formations. You need to have a moderate fitness level to complete this trek.

Is transportation included in Anthargange sunrise trek and caving package?

Booking through Nammatrip gives you an exclusive price for the Anthargange trek package which will include transportation along with meals and activities.

What is the level of fitness expected from Anthargange trek?

To enjoy this trek fully, you would need an average level of fitness. Also, if you have any medical conditions like asthma, back problem, or heart problem, then you can not try this trek. Pregnant women are also advised to not take this trek as the path contains many rocky terrains.

What is the minimum age required for Anthargange sunrise trek?

The minimum age for the Anthargange trek is 10 years old.

Is Anthargange sunrise trek safe?

The Anthargange Sunrise Trek is absolutely safe, just make sure you listen and follow each advice given by the guide. However, all precautions for safety are thoroughly explained to each person before the starting of the tour. Also, make sure you wear comfortable and appropriate clothing as you will be going through caves having edges that can tear loose clothing or dangling ornaments. Anthargange sunrise trek to view the beautiful sunrise.

I am a solo traveller. Can I go for an Anthargange sunrise trek?

The sunrise trek to Anthargange welcomes everyone, be it a solo traveller or a group. Providing the best safety around the rocky terrains, you will enjoy a fun trek while marvelling at the scenic beauty and making many new friends. Anthargange trek booking for trekking and rock climbing at Nammatrip.

How can I go to Anthargange from Bangalore?

Banglore is at a distance of 65 Kilometres from Anthargange. The best and most preferred way from Bangalore to Anthargange is travelling via road. While travelling via road you can choose from either of the ways, first one goes via NH4 which will take around 1 hour and 34 minutes to cover and second way which goes via NH4 and NH7. Contact us to anthargange trip booking and Book Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration.

Can you tell me something about Anthargange Peak?

Anthargange peak is 1712 meters above the sea level and a hotspot for sightseeing and camping. Most people from the south part of India, especially Bangalore, consider this place very attractive because of the views and options of adventure sports available here. Plan your trip to anthargange and book anthargange trek online at Nammatrip.

Which meals are included in the Anthargange trek package?

Tasty and nutritious breakfast for the day will be provided in the package of Anthargange Trek. The trip will also stop at the Anthargange base, where you can easily find many restaurants to favourite your own meal. You can also bring some light snacks like protein bars, nuts, and chocolates with you. Anthargange trekking for exploring and enjoying the scenery. 

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Moscow Oblast is a federal subject of Russia located in the Central Federal District. Moscow, the capital city of the country, is the administrative center of Moscow Oblast. At the same time, Moscow is not part of this region, it is a separate federal subject of Russia, a city of federal importance.

The population of Moscow Oblast is about 7,769,000 (2022), the area - 44,379 sq. km.

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History of Moscow Oblast

The territory of the Moscow region was inhabited more than 20 thousand years ago. In the first millennium AD, this land was inhabited mostly by the Finno-Ugric peoples (Meryane and Meshchera). In the 9th-10th centuries, the Slavs began active development of the region. The population was engaged in hunting, fisheries, agriculture, and cattle breeding.

In the middle of the 12th century, the territory of the present Moscow region became part of the Vladimir-Suzdal principality, the first towns were founded (Volokolamsk in 1135, Moscow in 1147, Zvenigorod in 1152, Dmitrov in 1154). In the first half of the 13th century, the Vladimir-Suzdal principality was conquered by the Mongols.

In the 14th-16th centuries, Moscow principality became the center of unification of Russian lands. The history of the Moscow region is inextricably linked to military events of the Time of Troubles - the siege of the Trinity-Sergius Monastery by the troops of False Dmitry II, the first and second militias.

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In 1708, by decree of Peter the Great, Moskovskaya gubernia (province) was established. It included most of the territory of present Moscow oblast. In 1712, St. Petersburg became the capital of the Russian Empire and the significance of the Moscow region as the country’s economic center began to decrease.

In 1812, the Battle of Borodino took place near Moscow. It was the biggest battle of the Russian-French War of 1812. In the second half of the 19th century, especially after the peasant reform of 1861, the Moscow province experienced economic growth. In 1851, the first railway connected Moscow and St. Petersburg; in 1862 - Nizhny Novgorod.

The population of the Moscow region increased significantly (in 1847 - 1.13 million people, in 1905 - 2.65 million). On the eve of the First World War, Moscow was a city with a population of more than one million people.

In November, 1917, the Soviet power was established in the region. In 1918, the country’s capital was moved from St. Petersburg to Moscow that contributed to economic recovery of the province. In the 1920s-1930s, a lot of churches located near Moscow were closed, a large number of cultural monuments were destroyed. On January 14, 1929, Moscow Oblast was formed.

In 1941-1942, one of the most important battles of the Second World War took place on the territory of the region - the Battle for Moscow. In the postwar years, the growth of economic potential of the region continued; several science cities were founded (Dubna, Troitsk, Pushchino, Chernogolovka).

In the 1990s, the economy of Moscow Oblast experienced a deep crisis. Since the 1990s, due to the motorization of the population and commuting, road traffic situation in the Moscow region significantly deteriorated. Traffic jams have become commonplace.

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Moscow Oblast is located in the central part of the East European Plain, in the basin of the rivers of Volga, Oka, Klyazma, Moskva. The region stretches from north to south for 310 km, from west to east - 340 km. It was named after the city of Moscow, which however is not part of the region. Part of the administrative authorities of the region is located in Krasnogorsk.

On the territory of the Moscow region, there are 77 cities and towns, 19 of them have a population of more than 100 thousand people. The largest cities are Balashikha (518,300), Podolsk (309,600), Mytishchi (262,700), Khimky (256,300), Korolyov (225,300), Lubertsy (209,600), Krasnogorsk (174,900), Elektrostal (149,000), Odintsovo (138,900), Kolomna (136,800), Domodedovo (136,100).

The climate is temperate continental. Summers are warm, winters are moderately cold. The average temperature in January is minus 10 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 19 degrees Celsius.

One of the most important features of the local economy is its proximity to Moscow. Some of the cities (Odintsovo, Krasnogorsk, Mytishchi) have become in fact the “sleeping districts” of Moscow. The region is in second place in terms of industrial production among the regions of Russia (after Moscow).

The leading industries are food processing, engineering, chemical, metallurgy, construction. Moscow oblast has one of the largest in Russia scientific and technological complexes. Handicrafts are well developed (Gzhel ceramics, Zhostov trays, Fedoskino lacquered miniatures, toy-making).

Moscow railway hub is the largest in Russia (11 radial directions, 2,700 km of railways, the density of railways is the highest in Russia). There are two large international airports - Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo. Vnukovo airport is used for the flights within the country.

Attractions of Moscow Oblast

Moscow Oblast has more than 6,400 objects of cultural heritage:

  • famous estate complexes,
  • ancient towns with architectural monuments (Vereya, Volokolamsk, Dmitrov, Zaraysk, Zvenigorod, Istra, Kolomna, Sergiev Posad, Serpukhov),
  • churches and monasteries-museums (the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, Joseph-Volokolamsk monastery, Pokrovsky Khotkov monastery, Savvino Storozhevsky monastery, Nikolo Ugresha monastery).

The most famous estate complexes:

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  • Muranovo that belonged to the poet F.I. Tyutchev,
  • Shakhmatovo - the estate of the poet Alexander Blok.

The architectural ensemble of the Trinity Sergius Lavra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The largest museum of the Moscow region is located in Serpukhov - Serpukhov Historical and Art Museum.

The places of traditional arts and crafts are the basis of the souvenir industry of Russia:

  • Fedoskino - lacquer miniature painting,
  • Bogorodskoe - traditional manufacture of wooden toys,
  • Gzhel - unique tradition of creating ceramics,
  • Zhostovo - painted metal crafts,
  • Pavlovsky Posad - fabrics with traditional printed pattern.

Some of these settlements have museums dedicated to traditional crafts (for example, a toy museum in Bogorodskoe), as well as centers of learning arts and crafts.

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    Anthargange trek is one of the most famous short treks from Bangalore for the cave exploration. Situated at a distance of around 80 Kms from Bangalore in the Kolar district, it has also become one of the best night treks around Bangalore. Following are the details of this trek. Anthargange Trek from Bangalore.

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    Starting Point: The trail begins at the Anthargange temple in Kolar District (View in Map). Trek Route: The ascends through a series of rocky boulders and dense forests.The first part of the trek is relatively easy, but the difficulty level increases as you approach the summit. The final stretch of the trek is a steep climb up a series of steps, which can be challenging for some hikers.

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    The trek is three kilometres in total, and you will need average endurance and difficulty level is medium. Trekking near Bangalore, Antharagange trek is the most craved adventure sports destination near the city. Antaragange trek is at 1712 meters above sea level. Antaragange hiking trail consists of challenging rocky patches and tricky paths ...

  5. Trekking at Antaragange

    The best time for trekking in Antaragange is August to February. It is advisable to start trekking early morning and be back by early afternoon. The climate is hot, and hence, sunscreen and caps are a must for the trek. The trek is a moderately difficult one and ideal for a day excursion. Food is available at Kolar town, but the trekker is ...

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    This is one of the good place for starters for hiking, cave exploration and camping. It takes average of 1.5 hours to reach the camping point from the base. Up to middle (till temple), you have good stairs. There after its bit difficult to reach camping point. If you are going for night trek be aware of snakes, foxes and wolfs.

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    Antara Gange. Beautiful trekking spot near kolar , < 2 hours from Bangalore. Initially steps to climb until temple , later on the rocks. The real fun is when you explore the caves ( impossible to explore complete caves without guide). Water flows throughout the year underground which can be witnessed in one of the caves and in temple , that's ...

  8. Exploring and Trekking the Anthargange Caves

    The trek is three kilometers in total, and you will need average endurance and difficulty level is medium. Cave trekking in Anthargange is no joke, it's tedious and athletically demanding. Antaragange hiking trail consists of challenging rocky patches and tricky paths you will have to crawl through some sections as well make the whole trek ...

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    0120-6907340. Bangalore has so many beautiful places to explore all around and Antaragange is just one of them. Although the place does not offer any scenic splendour, it has a charm on its own through climbing rock boulders and various cave exploration sites. The spot is located 70 kms away from Bangalore and this trek route can be covered ...

  10. Anthargange Sunrise Trek

    Description. Anthargange trek is renowned for exploring the mysterious cave volcanic rock formation. It's the blend of trekking and cave exploring that drives the energy high. Anthargange hill is totally encompassed by huge rocks. Situated around 65km from Bangalore close to Kolar, this hill is at a height of 1712m above sea level.

  11. Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration

    Anthargange is an ideal location for light trek, rock climbing and camping. Big and small boulders have heaped to form cave like formations offering exhilarating network of cave exploration activity. Difficulty level : Easy. Trek Length : 4 Kms in total (Two way) Altitude : 863 Meter. Distance from Bangalore : 60 Kms. Minimum Age : 6 Years.

  12. Antharagange Caves, Kolar

    Antharagange Caves. " Trek up & into the depths of Kolar! A moderate to easy trek. The caves are just awesome. Not to be missed. Also relatively clean once you get past the temple since not many go up into the caves. A note of caution - though the trek is easy, the rocks during the rains were slippery & the caves need flexibility and ...

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  15. Night trek & Cave Exploring @ Antargange

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  16. Night Trek and Cave Exploration at Antaragange, Bangalore

    This was a night trek and cave exploration at Antaragange. Sixty kilometers from Bengaluru, Antaragange in Kollar is a massive field of volcanic boulders and rocks. ... I must say, basic fitness is really required. The entry point at the cave was a tough one. To get into the cave, we had to slide down almost 6 feet and though it sounds simple ...

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    Book Anthargange Sunrise Trek & Cave Exploration online at 70% off with best trekking experts to view the beauty of Kolar to enjoy mesmerising sunrise. ... Antaragange is a mountain that is a part of the Shathashrunga mountain range in the Southeast part of Karnataka, Kolar district. ... Pick-up point Out of stock. Persons. × ₹1,500.00 ...

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