Bisle Ghat View Point
Bisle Ghat View Point
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rd_hegde
Mumbai, India114 contributions
Jun 2022
Its a must visit. Lovely views of the lush green forests below, the mist rolling in and the sound of water.
Written 8 June 2022
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Achintya D
Los Angeles, CA115 contributions
Apr 2022
We can see 3 parts of western ghats
1. Coorg
2. Sakleshpura
3. Dakshin Kannada
It is located on Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary. Be careful if you are driving. You may drive carefully but few people drive rash here and can be a reason for accident. My car was hot by a rash driver.
Written 25 April 2022
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Prashi
1 contribution
Apr 2022 • Family
We happened to cross bisle ghat on 21st of April 2022. We were heading back from Subramanya. It is very dense forest and very scary road to cross during night. You hardly see any vehicles pass by. The stretch is around 35 kms. I noticed only 1 car and 2 bikes in the entire stretch. One good thing is we happened to spot a very beautiful deer. We started around 7PM and completed the stretch around 9PM. You need to be very careful as it is a single road with few hairpin curves.

My advice is to avoid this route during night times. Not recommended. I was misguided by a local. He told road is good and you can pass easily.
Written 22 April 2022
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Sonnenkinder-AB
Bangalore100 contributions
Feb 2022
Around a 90 minute drive from Hanbal, a stop at this view point is highly recommended. It offers breathtaking panormic views of formidable hills of the western ghats. This point straddles three districts of Karnataka. Pushpagiri, Kodagu's Doddabetta and Kumara parvatha (the trekkers' favourite KP) massifs can be viewed from here. The dense vegetation (lush green at the end of the rainy season and a melange of green, brown and orange in winter) is a sight for sore eyes. Do not expect any amenities/facilities or refreshment here. It is a forest area and importantly, elephant realm.
Written 9 March 2022
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Yoosafinpace
Bengaluru, India104 contributions
Mar 2021
The greatest of the ride starts with a perfect plan of destination and the team you get to ride. The place is really nice during winters as there is less shade around. so be prepared with shades and caps.
Written 20 February 2022
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aski_online
Bangalore District, India226 contributions
Dec 2021 • Family
The view was awesome for us during our October visit with clear skies. A short walk takes as to the view point. Could get crowded during peak time. Can be clubbed with visit to the Mallali falls.
Written 21 December 2021
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Vishnuvardhan
Bengaluru, India26 contributions
Nov 2021
Go here to realise how Majestic the western ghats are ... I am sure you will feel more to see and immerse yourself in the nature's view than just clicking pictures ...
Written 6 November 2021
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Parshwanath Hegde
Belthangady, India4 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
First I had doubt about the road condition because I travelled through this road long back at that time road was in pathetic condition. I enquired with locals regarding road condition before the journey. I have to say road is in superb condition its a cement road. Hatsoff to the people who constructed the road in that dense forest. Tourists can have treat for the eyes by so many waterfalls on the way to view point. Every road is covered by shadow of the trees. This road becomes bikers’ paradise to ride. Better to travel very early in the morning to avoid traffic on the road. Some drivers drive recklessly to reach thier destination from Subramanya temple. Morning 6 to 11 is best time to go there. Plan during weekdays because during weekend place covers with so much crowd during this time Its so difficult capure photos and to enjoy on the spot. I shared some images. Keep the place clean.
There is a ticket for each person it costs 20rs. Parking fees 20rs.

Enjoy the nature without spoiling it.
Written 19 October 2021
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Sushan puthran
31 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
Bisle is a small village in the Sakleshpur region of Karnataka. The Bisle ghat accompanied by the Bisle Viewpoint is a part of the famous Western Ghats (Sahyadri Range), compelling in natural beauty and nature-loving. One of the most popular adventure and nature tourism spots in Karnataka, the Bisle Ghat is only 55 km from Sakleshpur and 20 km from Kukke Subrahmanya, which envelope this wonderful place. As part of the Western Ghats, this tourist spot and adventure trekkers’ delight is full of natural beauty, surrounded by mountains and lush rainforest.

The Bisle viewpoint is about 5km of hike from the village and offers a spectacular view of three mountain ranges including Kumara Parvatha, Pushpagiri, and Dodda Betta. On a good, mist-free, cloudless day, you might be able to spot the Yenikallu Betta as well. Once you reach the Bisle viewpoint, you can see the beautiful landscape of western ghats, the Giri river flowing amidst the forest, and also a picturesque waterfall at a far distance combine to make this place excellent for your nature watch pleasure. You can sit at the watchtower erected by the forest department here and enjoy the view.
Written 2 September 2021
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Nagendra H
Mysuru (Mysore), India45 contributions
Mar 2021 • Friends
Ghat section Full of greenery and we can enjoy with cold weather and fog environment. Totally we enjoy.
Written 30 March 2021
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