As a biker and a hiker this is a well recommend place to any nature lover hiker who come to Sri lanka. do not miss it.
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This was bought for us, we didn't realise how tough it would be. We started with an hour and a half trip in a Tuk Tuk to get there. We then started our ascent, it had rained the day before so it was quite slippery...More
Wow... Can't explain the beauty of knuckles range. At the same time it's not so easy to climb. One day trip can't enjoy. We should do campaigns with group of people. Need to cross lot of water falls, deep forest and hills. It's was kind...More
Certainly not the the highest mountain one could climb, but it offers you a great view and you will feel like climbing!. Make sure you have suitable footwear, something to drink and some basic fitness. Even young children can make it.
Knuckles Mountain Range, the main water source in sri lanka. If you love hiking, most of best hiking mountains are in knuckles
My boyfriend and I decided to visit knuckles mountain range for two days during our travels around Sri Lanka (we had visited Ella, Haputale and Hatton in the hill country and decided to opt for knuckles as opposed to Horton plains). We didn't manage to...More
Whoa! It has been 3 months, and I still remember the scenic tea estates and natural display of vegetation on the knuckle mountain range. Fresh air touches your core and relaxes you from within. A walk of 5 kms on Ulkaduwa trail was draining and...More
I went in November. But there was raining when I go there ultimately in evening it reduced. Stayed one night with friends. Good place for hiking. There are lots of places to bath, but be careful. We asked from villagers and selected place to bath....More
I went here from Kandy on a tour. The place involves a couple of hours to go and has a 15-16 KM. The views are really good in spots. Some parts of the hike have water and are slippery so hiking rather than running shoes...More
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Last week we returned from Knuckles Trek. Perfect place to see beautiful nature, life of the villagers, some animals (mostly leeches:). Waterfalls with bathing in each, sceneries from hill tops, sunrises... Our children (10 and 12 years) were amazed. We spent two nights in different...More