Tadiandamol Trek Located in “Scotland of India,” as the name tells, is the highest peak in the Kodagu district and the third highest in Karnataka after Mullayangiri and Kudremukh.

Located in “Scotland of India,” Tadiandamol, as the name tells, is the highest peak in the Kodagu district and the third highest in Karnataka

Tadiandamol is one of the most beautiful treks which takes you through the vast expanse of the Shola forests and endless grasslands. The trek is 14km long, is considered an Easy-Moderate trek with an elevation of 5740ft. This is a perfect place for avid trekkers and first-timers seeking a day-long trek. Perfect place to fall in love with nature’s beauty, and it always shines with the color of the spirit.

Tadiandamol Trek Details

Location: Near Coorg, Karnataka

Elevation : 1748m

Duration: 2 Days

Trek Grade: Easy to Moderate (Source)

Trekking distance: 14 km Approx

Trail Type: Rocky and Trail through the forest

Transportation: Bangalore- Coorg Tadiandamol-Bangalore 

Road Distance: 260km (one side)

Itinerary for Tadiandamol Trek

Day 0: Bangalore to Kodachadri Travel

We start our overnight journey from Bangalore around 10 pm. Drive through the beautiful view of western ghats leading up till Coorg. This trip will take 7/8 hrs time to reach the homestay. We suggest you finish your dinner before boarding in the vehicle.

Day 1: Trek to Tadiandamol Trek Peak

Early morning after reaching homestay, we freshen up and have a delicious breakfast. We start from a homestay with packed lunch; after the introduction round and briefing session, we start our trek. The first path takes us through curvy & uphill roads for a distance of 2km from the palace, which leads to Forest Check Post covering a small water stream. Right from the check post-trail continues with mud roads, a narrow ascent for about 2 kms covering the next stretch ‘Huge Boulder’ which consists of a flatter surface on the ground & serves a picturesque view & a 2 min descent from the boulder leads to the flow of river Kabini which serves as a water source.

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After a brief rest, the next level of climbing gradually increases, taking us through the vast expanse of Shola forest, now the path is steeper, almost 60-degree slopes in a few sections. The final stretch ends up climbing a lush grassland meadow, a misty valley heading towards the peak with blooming flowers during the winter season. From the top, on a good day, you can see for miles across Shola forest and valleys across the Brahmagiri range. The trekking route is quite clear, providing the perfect getaway for enthusiastic trekkers & one of the best trails for beginners. Start trekking back to check post; you retrace the same path. Reach homestay, freshen up, and at night if weather permits, you will be having a campfire and unlimited fun. Overnight stay in a homestay.

Day 2: Visit Golden Temple and Dive back to Bangalore

The morning after having breakfast, we start our return journey from the homestay. You will feel like you are in Tibet, the walls of the temples and the institutions are decorated with colorful paintings depicting gods and demons from Tibetan Buddhist mythology. After the temple visit, we start back our return journey, on the way we stop for lunch, reach Bangalore around 8 pm.

Trip ends here with beautiful memories !!!


What is included in the tour

Homestay accommodation on sharing basis

Transportation from Bangalore to Bangalore

2 Breakfast

1 Lunch (pack)

1 Dinner


  • Forest department Permission
  • Instructor throughout trip
  • Basic First Aid Kit
  • Unlimited memories
  • What is NOT included in the tour
  • Lunch on day 2
  • Any personal expenses

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Things to carry

  • Backpack with rain cover
  • Trekking shoes with good grip, Socks
  • T-shirts preferably full sleeves
  • Trek pants
  • Warm Jacket
  • Rain Coat (during monsoon)
  • Cap / Scarf
  • Two liters of water bottles
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal Medical Kit
  • Sunglasses
  • Torch
  • Toiletries
  • Dry Fruits, energy Bars, Glucose
  • Sandals / Chappals
  • Camera (optional)