Chitradurga is a picturesque valley in Karnataka. It spreads across 8,440 sq. kms. Chitradurga is known for boasting massive boulders that are said to be left-over after a brawl between 2nd Pandava Bheem and demon Hidimb. Both of them used those boulders as arsenals during the battle.
Entrenched at a soaring height of 2041 feet above sea level, Chitradurga is a mesmerizing valley with green hills, massive boulders and beckons at the small villages in its vicinity. Blessed with a tranquil environment, Chitradurga has a steppe climate that fetches scorching summer with average temperature ranging between 35° C-40° C throughout the season. The winters are pleasant with an average temperature of 15° C throughout the season.
Chitradurga is a poular place and is flocked by a large number of tourists. The grandeur of Chitradurga fort and Chandravalli caves amid hills lure the tourists. It is said that these caves remain pitch dark even during the day time.