There is a small Jain shrine at the top of the hill - the day we visited, it was very cloudy - but locals inform us that on clear summer days, the sunset view is awesome (as good or better than the more famous Agumbe sunset) and the Arabian sea is visible. The road to the top is motor able (we navigated an Innova) - but VERY narrow and full of sharp and steep hair-pin bends. Luckily,we did not encounter any traffic from the opposite direction, otherwise we would have been in trouble!
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