Devarayanadurga previously called Anebiddajari, the history of Devarayanadurga dates back to 1696 when the king of Mysore Sree Chikkadevaraja Wodeyar ruled this place. This hill station falls between the river basins of Krishna and Cauvery. It runs across the east of Tumkur district and provides spectacular images all across. People come here for rock climbing and trekking. Devarayanadurga also houses a natural water spring called Namada Chilume. The weather of this place is moderate which means one can come here anytime of the year.
How to Reach: Banglore-Tumkur-Devarayanadurga
The Bangalore to Tumkur route is well connected by buses and trains. There are few local buses that ply between Tumkur and Devarayanadurga. The nearest railway stati
Exact Location: Devarayanadurga is a small hill station near Tumkur.
Nearest Town: Bangalore, Tumkur
Distance from Bangalore: 60 km
on is 25+ km away in Dobbespet.
Best Time to Visit: For Devarayanadurga trek, it can be visited any time except March to May. Otherwise, it can be visited all year round
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