Saturday, April 25, 2009

Maidady

The trip to Maidadi was a very eventful trek and a very memorable one. It was due to the shear beauty of the sceneries and the thick forests and Beautiful tea estates.
The entire mountain slope is covered with the green tree and is a beautiful sight to see. It is a great feeling to see the valley. These mountain ranges form a very beautiful sight and look like the undulations of waveform.


You can see the majestic kudremukh &Ballala Rayan Durga. There are many other trekking options also there if you have time. . The sun rise is equally enchanting. So we just sat there on one of the peaks & Viewed the scenery which is a great feeling and lets you be own with the nature.




These are all shoal forests. Shoal forests are found in mountain peaks, which are covered with grasslands, and the slopes are covered with thick forests. It is a natural phenomenon where the forests are denuded due to the soil erosion and the grass instead of the thick vegetation.



8 comments:

Aravind GJ said...

Very nice place!!

ksn said...

Night stay on the top of the protruded land scape, early morning trek to the nearby another top from where one can enjoy the serene beauty of the infant day ....and tasting the bountiful fruits as the gift of the mother nature....

Crazy Drile™ said...

amazing place, and pictures!

greetings from Australia

Crazy Drile

Harisha Rao said...

Beautyful scnry yaar, like to see that one after seing this in your site .....

rakesh holla said...

Thank you Aravind GJ…

Dear KSN sir,
You are right sir, Thanks for your valuable reply.

Thanks for your greeting Crazy D…

Dear Harish,
You can see this place very easily…Really it is nice to see…

Devilish Angel said...

Did you take all these pictures? Amazing! I especially liked the one with layers of mountains. Very nice shots.

sudheer kumar said...

thanks to Adiga sir for showing this place,night stay was very nice.

rakesh holla said...

Dear Devilish A,
Thanks for your comment.
Ya me only took all these picks...
Dear Sudheer,
Thanks, Staying night in these type of places always seems very nice...