Sri Pada mountain
This is, of course, the most famous and largest mountain ever climbed. Km from Ratnapura town (i.e. Menik town). Located at a distance of 40 km, this highly revered and highly revered peak is one of the most important peaks in Sri Lanka. At 2,243 feet above sea level, Sri Pada is the fourth highest mountain in the island, and its distinctive conical shape can be seen from as far away as Colombo suburbs, as well as from Kalutara and Bentota on clear days. .
At a height of about 2000 meters from the foothills, Samanala Peak is truly one of the most difficult mountains to climb in Sri Lanka. Ratnapura-Palabaddala, Hatton-Nallathanniya, Kuruwita-Erantha, Murewatta, Mukkuwatta and Malimboda are six different routes to reach the top of the hill. Although the shortest route to Hatton is the most popular among pilgrims, we suggest the Ratnapura Road to experience a true Sri Pada tour. Although it is a bit difficult to climb during the weekend (but the fun will be just as high), the indescribable sense of triumph you feel when you reach the top of the mountain the next morning, ending a continuous climb throughout the day, is unmatched. Making it even more beautiful you will see a spectacular sunrise.