Generally hikers choose the Bambarakanda Rest near Bambarakanda Ella Falls as the starting point to the journey if they wish to start the journey from this end. This trail goes over old dilapidated estate roads through many estates. This trail ends on the Ohiya – Horton
Plains road around the halfway distance from Ohiya Railway Station to the Horton Plains Entrance. There are no markers along the route, therefore it’s advised to use a guide if attempting the journey for the first time. The route has number of folks and they could easily divert you from the original path. The trail is 15 km long from Bambarakanda and would take approximately 7 hours to complete the hike. The two most popular points on the route is the “V cut”, a channel cut through the hill to allow the road to pass through. You will come across this after entering the Udaveriya estate. Passing this, the road will go across a stream which creates the highest fall in the country, the Bambarakanda Falls.
• Arrival time will be 7.30 A.M at the Bambarakanda trail head.
• Brief description of the route and the hike.
• Starting the hike at 7.45 A.M.
• Rest stops within every 1.5 K.M.
• Photography sessions
• Evening refreshments.
• Reaching Ohiya by 5.30 P.M