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Charmadi Ghat - Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

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Charmadi Ghat - Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary


Charmadi Ghat (language/Kannada:ಚಾರ್ಮಾಡಿ ಘಾಟ್) is a Ghat in Belthangady and Mudigere taluk of Dakshina Kannada and Chikkamagaluru. It is one of the points in Western ghats through which motorable road passes connecting Dakshina Kannada with Chikkamagaluru district. The section of ghat is known by the name of Charmadi Ghat. It lies on National Highway 73 which connects Mangalore to Tumkur. Nearest places are Charmadi village, Kottigehara and Banakal.

Charmadi Ghat starts from Charmadi village(11 km from Ujire) and ends at Kottigehara(14 km from Mudigere). Charmadi Ghat connects the north eastern part of Dakshina Kannada to Chikkamagaluru district and the prominent highway is connecting Ujire (9 km from Dharmasthala) to Kottigehara (about 50 km from Chikkamagaluru). Ballarayanadurga is a fort atop a hill located about 10 km from Sunkasale, on the Kottigehara - Kalasa route.

Ballarayanadurga fort can be accessed from 2 sides - the shorter route from Sunkasale, located on the way from Horanadu or the longer route from Bandaje. In the Charmadi ghat, there is a waterfall named Bandaje Arbi (Arbi in Tulu means waterfall) which falls from a height of 200 feet. Gadaikallu peak has an elevation of 1700 feet.



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