Devaramane is a small Village/hamlet in Mudigere Taluk in Chikmagalur District of Karnataka State, India. It comes under Kogile Panchayath. It belongs to Mysore Division . It is located 30 KM towards South from District head quarters Chikmagalur. 248 KM from State capital Bangalore. The village is renowned for its Kalabhairaveshwara temple.

Devaramane is surrounded by Chikmagalur Taluk towards North , Belur Taluk towards East , Chikmagalur Taluk towards North , Sakleshpur Taluk towards South.


The legend tells that Lord Shiva sends his vehicle Nandi to help the people (farmers) on the earth, Nandi first came to a place on a hill of western Ghats (shola forest) and today’s Devaramane, Kalabhairava is known as the incarnation of Shiva. The temple has the long history and culture.


Devaramane Trek brings you close to the nature and its an exhilarating experience. A trekker climbs the peaks, walks across the grasslands, crosses gurgling streams, and views magnificent waterfalls. The area is lush green even in summers.

Devaramane offers a number of variations that makes it an ideal Trekking spot for both beginners and hardcore trekkers. There are number of hillocks to climb, the Ettina Bhujha- Bulls Hump-back, also known as Shishila gudda, towers over the rest of the peaks in the area. From a height of 3000 ft, the roar of the river flowing beneath can be heard. The famous Kapila fishing camp is located nearly 15+ km from Devaramane.