Devrayanadurga is located towards the north of Bangalore and is a gorgeous hill station surrounded by hills and greenery all year round! The rock-terrain hill is enveloped on all fours by forests and dense, wispy clouds on all sides. This ambience of Cycling to Devarayanadurga is perfect for those who seek that perfect trail to escape to on their wheels!
If you are a nature lover, who also seeks to enjoy the thrill of adventure in the lap of nature, then you need to head towards the Namada Chilume, a beautiful natural spring that attracts a lot of tourists all-round the year! Known for its picturesque scenery, Devarayanadurga is located about 73km from Bangalore city and offers the cyclist in you a fun and great experience!
About the Actvitiy with Details:
Cycling to Devarayanadurga will begin from the city roads of Govindapura (Tumkur) and excited cyclists can travel via the Niduvanda – Bennegere Village – Hanumanthgiri Village route and reach the Devarayanadurga Temple & Viewpoint in a span of one hour.
Endurance is the key in this cycling expedition to the hill station as you will scale heights of up to 3900ft to reach the hill top. The cycling trip post noon is less challenging, even with the beating heat. Level 3 cyclists, this is a fun challenge fit for you! Over 60km of the road is tarmac, and the remaining 15km is torn tarmac, making for a pretty easy track for Cycling to Devarayanadurga. Including transit, the total distance amounts to 110km.
You will begin your exciting event from Sadashivanagar Swimming pool at around 06:30AM and head towards Govindapura in Tumkur to begin cycling with the others. The cycling start time will be around 08:30AM, with the first stopover after 19km. After cycling another 6km, you can rest for a while and take in the scenic beauty.
The third transit is after 12km, with the final stopover being after 13km. After a challenging and enduring day, return to the Govindapura area near Tumkur around 03:30PM and make for your end destination at Sadashivanagar swimming pool by 05:00PM.
Difficulty Level: Easy