Kundadri Hill is a popular tourist spot in Thirthahalli. On the way from Thirthahalli to Agumbe, there is Kundadri hill about 09 km from Guddekeri village. There is a tarmac road to reach the hill and there is also a footpath for walking. Kundadri Hill is a sacred pilgrimage site for Jains.
It is known for its picturesque beauty and serene environment, which attracts nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Kundadri is covered with lush green forests and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Western Ghats. Kundadri Hill is a sacred pilgrimage site for Jains. There is Parswanath Chaityalaya (Jain Basadi) on the hill. The hill is famous for an ancient Jain temple dedicated to Parswanath, the 23rd Tirthankara of Jainism. The temple is believed to be 800 years old and attracts pilgrims from different parts of the country.
Apart from its religious significance, Kundadri is a popular destination for trekking and camping. The hill is characterized by rocky terrain and provides ample opportunities for adventure activities. Many trekkers and nature enthusiasts visit the Kundadri Hill to explore its diverse flora and fauna, as well as witness the spectacular sunrise and sunset views.
The journey to Kundadri Hill is an experience in itself, winding roads surrounded by dense forests and scenic landscapes. It is advisable to visit during the winter months (October to February) when the weather is pleasant and suitable for outdoor activities.
This Hill offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, allowing tourists to connect with nature and experience the beauty of the Western Ghats. Whether you are seeking spiritual solace, embarking on an adventure or looking for a peaceful getaway, Kundadri is a destination worth exploring.