Kudahagala | Fourth Tallest Mountain in Sri Lanka

Kudahagala also known as Agrabopat Hill (Sinhala: කුඩහගල කන්ද, අග්‍රබෝපත්කන්ද), is the fourth tallest mountain in Sri Lanka. Situated in Nuwara Eliya District, the mountain rises to an altitude of 2,320 meters (7,610 ft.) above mean sea level (Vithanage, 1988).

The mountain is popular among tourists as a place for hiking through dense jungle. It is clearly visible from Horton Plains National Park as the mountain is located a few kilometres away from its main entrance. It takes about two hours for the climb to the mountain's summit.

1) Vithanage, P.W., 1988. Relief and Drainage. The National Atlas of Sri Lanka. Survey Department of Sri Lanka. ISBN: 9559059009. pp.22-23. 

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This page was last updated on 12 August 2023

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