Located at a distance of around 65 km from Sakleshpur. The Bisle Reserve Forest is a biodiversity hotspot. During the monsoon season, this forest looks splendid covered with mist and the dews that settle on plants make them look stupendous. If you want a bird’s eye view of the place, do not forget to go to Bisle View Point.
A trekker’s paradise surrounded by green forest, streams and waterfalls, Bisle Ghat Viewpoint in the Bisle Reserve Forest attracts tourists for the panoramic views of the three mountain ranges namely Dodda Betta-Yenikallu Betta, Pushpagiri and Kumara Parvatha along with the Giri River passing through the valley. It is located 55 kilometres from the bus stand of Sakleshpur, 5 kilometres from Bisle village and around 20 kilometres from Kukke Subramanya Temple. The forest is a protected region without human occupancy and the forest department created a shelter at the viewpoint to enjoy the mountains.
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