Kuduremukha is a mountain range and name of a pinnacle situated in Chikkamagaluru area, in Karnataka, India. It is likewise the name of a little slope station cum mining town arranged close to the mountain, around 48 kilometers from Karkala and around 20 kilometers from Kalasa. The name Kuduremukha actually signifies ‘horse-confront’ (Kannada) and alludes to a specific beautiful perspective of a side of the mountain that looks like a steed’s face. It was likewise alluded to as ‘Samseparvata’, verifiably since it was drawn nearer from Samse town. Kuduremukha is Karnataka’s third most astounding top after Mullayangiri and Baba Budangiri. The closest International Airport is at Mangalore which is at separation of 99 kilometers.

Kudremukha Lakya Dam:


There is a contamination control dam close Kudremukha which is named as Lakya Dam the flotsam and jetsam and the buildups was discharged to this dam, dirtied water was sifted to some degree, Whatever now the good thing the mining is totally halted it’s an ideal opportunity to guard the nature clean and for people to come.

Kudremukh Peak:


Kudremukh Peak is arranged at a stature of around 1,894 m over the ocean level. There are many backwoods covering this mountain top and is the perfect goal for woods investigation and trekking. The slopes in this mountain extend are exceptionally expansive and are associated with each other like a chain alongside valleys and profound fields.

Hanuman Gundi Waterfalls:


Hanuman Gundi Waterfalls descend from a stature of more than 100 ft and falls onto the common rocks. Trekking is a critical movement done at this waterfall and the best time to visit it is from October to May. This waterfall is additionally called as Suthanabbe Waterfalls and is arranged in the bumpy locales of Kudremukh National Park in Chikmagalur District.

Kudremukh National Park:


Kudremukh National Park is the fundamental fascination in Kudremukh, which is set under the ‘Worldwide Tiger Conservation Priority-I’. This national stop is arranged in the Western Ghats and cover a gigantic zone of around 600 sq. m of the tropical evergreen wet woods. It is likewise proclaimed as the Wildlife Protected Area and was built up in 1987.

Jamalabad Fort:


Jamalabad Fort is arranged in the Jamalabad town of Kudremukh area. This fortress was worked in 1794 by Tipu Sultan, who is regularly known as Tiger of Mysore. Jamalabad town is situated at the foot of a high shake which is a piece of Kudremukh slopes, close Belthangady.

Gangamoola Hill:


Gangamoola Hill is situated in the lush timberland of the Western Ghats. This slope goes under the Samse Taluka of Chikmagalur District in the province of Karnataka. The Gangamoola Hill is additionally the starting purpose of three streams, to be specific Bhadra, Netravati and Tunga. There is a little place of worship of Goddess Bhagavathi alongside a 1.8 m Varaha picture inside the give in.

Rock-cut Garden:


Shake cut Garden is an excellent garden in Kemmanagundi Hill Station, which is developed by protecting the characteristic mixes. There is an unmistakable assortment of lovely blossoms in this garden draws in a great deal of travelers. At the scenery of this garden, explorers can likewise observe colossal slopes and valleys that are arranged close to the Bhadra Reservoir.

Rajendra Hill:


Rajendra Hill is arranged in Kemmanagundi, which goes under Kudremukh area. This slope is additionally called as Bababudan Hill and is rich in press metal. Rajendra Hill is one of the most noteworthy crests in the territory of Karnataka and is completely encompassed by espresso manors. This slope run is around 1,448 m in stature and is a perfect place for transporting the mineral metals, by utilizing 5 km long ropeway.

Kalasa Town:


Kalasa is a small town located few kilometres from Kudremukh and is famous for the old Kalaseshwara Temple of Lord Shiva. This temple town is also situated on the banks of Bhadra River, which is the chief source for agriculture in the region. Inhabitants believe that Kalasa, which originally means pot, was originated during the wedding ceremony of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.