Trekking Spots In Hyderabad: 7 Excellent Localities For Those Who Explore True Adventures

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Trekking Spots In Hyderabad

As we know Hyderabad is the Pearl city of India, this city is famous to attract loads of tourists from around the world for various reasons. While the city has a huge tally of tourists with changing interests consistently, looking for the best of trekking places in Hyderabad is a big of a task. But we have made it easy for you by listing down 7 best trekking spots you can visit in Hyderabad if you are a true adventurer.

Check them out below!

7 Thrilling Trekking Places in Hyderabad 

Bhongir Fort

Bhongir Fort

A famous Hyderabad getaway for a quick trip and a significant historical site, the Bhongir Fort is found at a range of 1.3 km from the Bhuvanagiri Railway Station. The hill upon which the fort is rested is about 500 ft. high, and is scattered across an area of 40 acres that makes it an ideal for trekking in Hyderabad. It normally takes about one hour to reach the height and do certain you take sufficient water with you.

Location: Shanthi Nagar, Nalgonda, Telangana 508001

Distance from Hyderabad: 100 Kms approx.

Time Taken: 2 Hours approx.

Ananthagiri Hills

Ananthagiri Hills

Ananthagiri is also famous for trekking camps in Hyderabad. There are two trekking paths in the forests, one that starts from the Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple, and a different one that starts 0.5 km from the temple towards Kerelli. The base reservoir, the dense green forest, the path carpeted by lush vegetation, and the stunning freshwater streams are a surprise for the trekkers.

Height: 700 m

Base Station: Vikarabad (7 Kms)

Perfect Time to Visit: October to March

Peak Season: February to May

 Ahobilam 

Ahobilam 

The holy place of Lord Narasimha, Ahobilam is one of the most well-known trekking places in Hyderabad. This spot is likewise called as Nava Narasimha Kshetra since Lord Narasimha is worshiped in 9 distinct forms, and separate sanctuaries are made for every one of the forms. Many of these forms have to be reached by difficult treks by crossing through thick forest and rocky pathways.

Height: 327 meters

Ideal Trip Duration: 1-2 Days

Base Station: Ahobilam, Nandyal (66 Kms)

Perfect Time to Visit: October to March

Peak Season: February to May

Medak Fort

Medak Fort

Known to be a perfect trekking way for adventurous people, it is this course through which the explorers need to climb around 500 steps to reach the highest point of the Medak Fort. Spread over a territory of around 100 acres of land, the fortress was worked in the twelfth century during the rule of the Kakatiya ruler, Prataparudra. It is one of the challenging trekking spots near Hyderabad and a must-visit for experts in trekking.

Height: 442 m

Ideal Trip Duration: 1-2 Days

Base Station: Hyderabad (100 Kms)

Khilla Ghanpur

Khilla Ghanpur

One of the most accessible trekking spots in Hyderabad is the path from Ghanpur village to Ghanpur Fort that extends for 2 to 3 kms only. Created on a rocky hill by King Gona Ganapa Reddy, the Ghanpur Fort sees back to the time of the 13th century. There are various temples inside the fort-like Veerabhadra Temple, Narasimha Temple, and Chowdeshwari Temple simultaneously with which, trekkers can also travel diverse caves on the hill.

Location: Near Mahabubnagar District, Telangana, India

Distance From Hyderabad: 118 Kms approx.

Time Taken: 2.5 Hours approx 

Koilkonda Fort & Koilsagar Dam

Koilkonda Fort & Koilsagar Dam

Koilkonda Fort and Koilsagar Dam are supposed to be the most adventuresome spots in Hyderabad. To reach the height of Koilkonda Fort one requires to walk across a deep canyon on the west, and a set of rivers on the east before entering a difficulty of steps that points to the fort. The Koilsagar Dam is around 10 kms from the Koilkonda Fort, and the trekking paths spread over River Peddavagu.

Location: Koilkonda Fort Rd, Jamalpur, Telangana 509371

Distance From Hyderabad: 135 Kms approx.

Time Taken: 3 Hours approx.

 Kanakai Waterfall

 Kanakai Waterfall

At a range of 2 km from Girnur Village, the Kanakai Waterfalls is one of the popular trekking places near Hyderabad. Bandrev waterfall and Cheekati Gundam are found in a particular range wherein all three waterfalls including Kanakai can be attended collectively. It needs about 3-4 hours to tour all three waterfalls, and the tourists can donate some time, and get back to the road point.

Base Station: Adilabad (51 Kms)

Best Time To Visit: August-October

Travel Tips: This trekking requires a 4 to 5 km trek over the rocky terrain and wood. It is advisable to get a local from Girnur village as a guide to reach this spot.

 

Now you can pack your bags and get moving!

Get traveling to these famous and beautiful trekking spots in Hyderabad that are calling out to you to experience these extraordinary adventure places in the spirit of Telangana.

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