Ananthagiri Hills Overview
The Ananthagiri hills are a stretch of lush, green, dense forest in the Telangana region. The Hills are situated in the Vikarabad district of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. The springs on these hills give rise to water that flows to Hussain Sagar and Himayat Sagar respectively.

The famous Musi River, which flows through Hyderabad, originates in the Ananthagiri Hills. There are numerous tourist attractions near the Ananthagiri Hills such as the Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple and the Nagasamudram Lake. Apart from these, you can, of course, take advantage of the stunning natural beauty and the fresh air of the hills, where you can go trekking and hiking.

Best time to visit: 
The best time to visit Ananthagiri Hills is during the monsoon and winter season since it is a hill station. However, there are benefits of visiting this place throughout the year.

Summer:  Ananthagiri Hills experiences summer between April to June. The summers are generally hot and humid and the temperature can soar up to 40 degrees Celsius. The sky generally remains clear and the sun shines brightly into the late hours of the day, which also increases humidity in the area.

Monsoon:  The hills of Ananthagiri look magical during the monsoon season, which is between June and September. Several mountainous streams and waterfalls flow throughout the hills during this time, which makes the place even more attractive. The average annual rainfall recorded in this region is about 1,008 mm. But sometimes, torrential rain during monsoon might hinder tourism and sightseeing in the hills.

Winter: Winter in Ananthagiri Hills are cool and pleasant. The region experiences winter between October to February, when the temperature ranges from 13 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. Ideally, this is the best time to visit Ananthagiri Hills to enjoy adventurous activities like trekking, hiking and rock climbing.
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