View from the Cliff - Trek to Kumara Parvatha

View from the cliff near Shesha Giri, taken while trekking to Kumara Parvatha(Pushpagiri) in the Western Ghats, Karnataka. After resting in Bhattramane for the night, we had started early morning, passing Kallumantap (Mantap) on the way. After this shot, we passed through the dense forests before reaching the Pushpagiri summit around noon. 

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Copyright: Vishnu Sreenath
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Resolution: 13364x6682
Taken: 08/06/2014
Uploaded: 19/06/2014
Updated: 08/07/2014


Tags: mountain; trekking; kumara parvatha; hiking; outdoors; people; coorg; kukke subramanya; bhattramane; karnataka; cliff; height
  • Shreyas Panduranga 8 months ago
    Beautiful! Nice shades of greens.
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