Trekking is another added and attractive attraction of Kudremukh National Park. Entry pass or permit for trekking inside the park can be obtained from the Range Officers or Deputy Conservator of Forests. The entire panorama of lush green grassland intersperse with narrow strips of forests rivers, cascades, great range of flora and fauna, caves, ruins and remains of ancient civilizations provide a incredible landscape for a trekker.
There are 14 trekking routes inside the park and the anti poaching camps or APC on the way are helpful as camping spot. The Bhagavathi Nature Camp positioned on the state highway, also forms superb camping site with tented cottages and dormitory. Ganga Moola the resource of a number of rivers that includes Bhadra, situated inside the park is a picturesque spot in the Bhagawathi Forest for trekkers.
The Kadambi falls and the Lakya Dam to be found close to the Kudremukh project area is an added interesting location in the Kudremukh range. The famous Tunga, Bhadra and Netravati rivers and innumerable seasonal streams flow all the way through the park making it rich in water resources. The Park moreover has the places of pilgrimage like Sringeri, Ganga Moola and Annapurneshwari Temple makes this tourist spot a favorite among visitors.