The Jindhagada or Arma Konda is a mountain peak towards the Northern area of the Eastern Ghats. It is situated in the basin of the Godavari River. It is in the Madugula Konda sub range of Paderu village in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Highest Point in the Eastern Ghats and Andhra Pradesh
The Jindhagada peak is situated at about 1690 metres height. It is the highest peak of the Eastern Ghats and Andhra Pradesh. In the survey maps of India, it is named as Sitamma Konda. In terms of the topographic isolation, the Jindhagada peak lies second to Anamudi. The isolation of the peak is about 907 kilometres. It is located in the beautiful Araku Valley.
Location of the Jinghada Peak
The latitude of Jinghada Peak is 18.2289200 and the longitude is 82.7623100. The time zone of this peak is Asia-Kolkata.
Trekking at Jinghada Peak
The Jinghada Peak has attracted many trek enthusiasts who are visiting the state of Andhra Pradesh. The trek starts from Vizag. The campsite is set up once the trekkers have reached the peak.
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(Last Updated on : 01-07-2020)
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