Tadiandamol, Western Ghats, Karnataka, India - An UNESCO World Heritage Site
Tadiandamol is a place of interest for trekkers and naturalists and is the third highest mountain in Karnataka after Mullayanagiri and Kudremukh. It is located in the Western Ghats and has patches of Shola forests in its valleys. If you do decide to trek Tadiandamol do visit the nearby Nalknad Palace an 18th century structure which is also your starting point.
As per UNESCO, Western Ghats in India are older than the Himalayan mountains. The entire mountain range of the Western Ghats is recognized as one of the world's ‘hottest hotspots’ of biological diversity and it's an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
For reaching Tadiandamol by road to refer to trekkerpedia.com for details (https://trekkerpedia.com/india/trekking/tadianmol-trekking-blog-route-guide-details-coorg/)