The second highest peak in South India is situated at the elevation of 2641 meters above the level of the sea. Meesapulimala is the perfect spot for trekking which either starts from Rhodovalley or Silent Valley. After 8km trekking, one will get to see the wildlife, rainforests, forests and waterfalls. In the middle of the lush green valleys and tea estates, peace is something that one will get to experience here making it a destination must to visit for all the adventure and nature lovers. The place is also been considered as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Meesapulimala trek is one of those things to do in Kerala from which you’ll pass through eight hills and border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. As it is a trek of one day, it is visited by the trekkers of different age groups. The trekking road isn’t difficult so the trekkers will have the best experience. If you are the adventure and nature lover, don’t forget to miss this breathtaking beauty on your trip to Kerala.
Trek in Meesapulimala
It is situated at the elevation of 2640m above the sea level making it the second highest peak in Western Ghats. Your day is going to begin with a jeep ride from Munnar amidst the thick plantations and tree forests. As you pass, you are going to experience the beautiful landscapes of the forests.
One will get to see the mesmerizing view of Anayirangal Dam, Kolukkumalai plantation and Tamil Nadu which is also known as the highest tea estate in the world. All the nature and adventure lovers are going to love this experience of trekking.
The best time to visit Meesapulimala is when monsoons gets over from October to February since during this time the forests look more mesmerizing and beautiful. Throughout the trek, you’ll be accompanied by the birds, flowers and water streams.