Kunti Betta Night Trek

Kunthi Betta Night trek
Kunthi Betta Night trek
Kunthi Betta Night trek
Kunthi Betta Night trek
Kunti Betta, Bangalore
2 days


Kunti Betta night trek is a standout amongst the most famous and thrilling trekking encounters one can swear by near Bangalore. Kunti betta,near Pandavapura has story of Pandava stayed hear during "Agnyata vasa". They killed the "Bakasura" by Bhema, and named has Kunti betta.

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Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Escape2Explore
Event Location Kunti Betta, Bangalore
Pickup Point Marathahalli Near Kalamandir, Bangalore
Pickup Time 9:30 PM
Things to Carry 1. 1 Torch/head Compulsory
2. Water Bottle 2ltrs/head min
3. Comfortable Shoes (Rubber Sole)
4. Raincoat at Monsoon
5. Energy Bars/Dry Fruits
6. Personal medicine (if any)
7. Camera optional
8. Sweat Towel
9. Tissue Paper
10. Comfortable clothing for activities
11. Change Over Clothes
Itinerary 09:30 PM Pick up starts from Bangalore
12:00 AM Reach Ramanagara campsite where you can use washrooms while we load the equipment
02:00 AM Reach Kunti Betta base
02:15 AM Start the trek
04:15 AM Reach peak, relax and enjoy campfire
06:00 AM Descend at dawn
09:30 AM Head for breakfast
10:00 AM Head back to Bangalore enroute Ramanagara
12:00 PM Reach Bangalore

Pickup Points:
1. Marathahalli (09:30 PM) - Near Kalamandir
2. Silk Board (10:00 PM) - Bus Stop, Opposite To Pizza Hut
3. BTM (10:10 PM) Udupi - Garden Bus Stop, Opposite To A2B
4. Banashankari (10:30 PM) - Bus Stop
5. RR Nagar (11:15 PM) - Gopalan Arcade, Mysore Road

Includes :
1. Transportation (from/to Bangalore)
2. Night trek
3. Campfire
4. Breakfast
Instructions & Guidelines NA
Difficulty Level Moderate

Event Description

The name 'Pandavapura' means "Town of Pandavas". Mythology states that the Pandavas during their period of exile stayed here for sometime, and Kunti, mother of the Pandavas, liked the hillock so much that it became one of her favorite haunts. The town is also named after the Pandavas because of their brief stay in this region.

The name "French Rock" dates back to India's Pre-Independence days, the place was used as the camping ground by the French army, which came to help Tippu Sultan in his war against the British. It is believed that French named the small town as "French Rocks", as the town is in the vicinity of two rocky hills. After Indian Independence these rocky hills called as "Kunti Betta" by locals.Pandavapura is approximately 130 km from Bangalore and 25 km from Mysore.



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