Chembra Peak Trek
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Chembra Peak Trek
Chembra peak stays pleasant and is worth visiting all around the year. The trek starts early in the mid morning and crossing the rugged, yet beautiful terrains, reach the top by late morning. Once you reach the top, the incredible views of the neighbouring hillocks are bound to take your heart away. Spend some time at the peak and enjoy the panoramic view of the entire Wayanad from the top. That quite a view, we assure.
Come, be a part of God own country and rejoice your soul with the gift of nature.
Difficulty level: Easy
Best Season: All round the year
Trek Length: 9Km
Tentative Itinerary: Day 0
09:30 PM Start from Marathahalli, Bangalore 11:00 PM Reach RR Nagar, start 300km oneside journey, 7hrs approx
06:00 AM Reach Waynad Homesaty, freshen up 08:30 AM Have breakfast & colect packed lunch. Travel to base, 25kms in a vehicle 10:00 AM Start trek 10km (up & down). Have lunch in between 03:30 PM Finish trek & start back to homestay 05:00 PM Reach homestay. Have tea snacks & relax 08:30 PM Have dinner & rest for the day
06:30 AM Wake up & have bed cofee, freshen up 09:00 AM Have breakfast. Start to Meenmutty waterfalls , finish experience & depart to bangalore 01:00 PM Have self sponsored lunch (lunch not included in the package) 10:00 PM Reach Bangalore
1. Marathahalli (09:30 PM) - Near Kalamandir 2. Silk Board (10:00 PM) - Bus Stop, Opposite To Pizza Hut 3. BTM (10:10 PM) Udupi - Garden Bus Stop, Opposite To A2B 4. Banashankari (10:30 PM) - Bus Stop 5. RR Nagar (11:15 PM) - Gopalan Arcade, Mysore Road
Things To Carry:
Backpack Rain coat/Poncho 2litre water bottle per person Dry fruits, energy bar, chocolates, energy drink, Snacks etc. Personal medication Sweater/ jackets for the night Extra pair of clothes Toiletries (Tissue paper, Toilet paper, etc.) Sports shoes or trekking shoes in good condition Torch per person with extra batteries Track pants and cotton T-shirt Camera (optional) Moov spray, dettol solution or salt to avoid leeches