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RAMDEVARA BETTA & REVANA SIDDESH BETTA

Ramdevara Betta & Revana Siddesh Betta is one of the famous trekking and pilgrim spot in Karnataka. It's good for Bike Ride. Condition of road is good. There is no proper facility to stay over night, plan trip for 1days for good ride and trekking.

Revanasiddeshwar Hill Station to reach you need to pass from, Ramanagaram is a popular place for trekking and rock climbing for the youngster with bike ride makes there day very rocking experience.

Ramadevara Betta on the outskirts of the town lends the name to the place. The hill station is about 3066 feet above sea level and has steps on the western side part place. The Sri Rama temple is located at the top beside a small pond. The place is rich in history right from the Gangas to Kempegowda and Tipu Sultan.

The view from the top of the hill makes you the worth for visiting revanasiddeshwar hill the climb of the hill and trekking is worth the effort. Revanasiddeshwara Betta is a part of the seven hills as this landscape and rock climbing and trekkers will just love it.

Ramanagaram is a taluk of Bangalore Rural district, which is located towards South West of Bangalore and the hills are about 3066 feet above the sea level.

Ramanagara is the land of seven hills, namely Shivaramagiri, Yatirajagiri, Somagiri, Krishnagiri, Revanna Siddeshwara Betta, Jala Siddeshwara Betta and Sidilakallu Betta.Ramangaram is famous for many reasons like, historical temples, rock climbing, granite and stone quarries, industrial belt at Bidadi industrial area, silk cacoon industry and also is a great shooting location for action centered movies.

Ramadevarabetta, a hill 5 Kms from town is better known as "Sholay Gudda". Rock-climbers and adventure seekers need look no further. 49 Kms south-west from Bangalore, Ramanagaram, provides the ideal location with landscaped rock faces. Another major attraction at Ramanagaram is the silk cocoon marketing centre. One of the most famous Hindi movies Sholay was shot in Ramanagaram about 30 years ago.

The hill also has a Rama shrine and a temple tank. Climbing up can be quite strenuous but it worth for its spectacular view.