The Agani Peak in Agni Gudda or ‘fiery mountain’ (for its volcanic nature) is accessible from Agani village by a moderate 3 kilometres trek of one hour and from the summit, you can have the clear view of the green pasture lands and plains filled with paddy fields. You can pitch your tent and camp overnight at the summit to enjoy the magical starlit view of the sky.
Activities like trekking and camping are famous in this region. Or, if you simply want to relax have a picnic at this place and enjoy the view of rice terrains that surrounds the place. Located around 25 kilometres from the bus stand of Sakleshpur, Agni Gudda is best visited from October to March and the trek takes about 4 hours to ascend and descend. You can also follow the trek route to reach the Manjarabad Fort. Various south Indian movie scenes are shot here and it is also popular for half-day picnics.
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