Top 5 Overrated Hill Stations in Kerala

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Kerala - One of the god blessed place in the earth with all the attractions it having, perfect climate made it popular as the tourists coming from all over the world. Nicknamed as Gods Own Country. Hill stations, Backwaters, Beaches, Historical sites, Waterfalls all will give great experience while your trip to kerala.This is a detail of some of the most important Hill stations in Kerala. There are many more important Hill stations are there other than this, But it is as per the popularity in different places. 


Chembra Peak

Chembra peak is one of the best tourist spot out of all other attraction in Wayanad and highest peak, at 2050 m above sea level. Chembra is located near the town of Meppadi and is 8 KM south of Kalpatta. Chembra peak is accessible by foot from Meppady. The highlight of this peak is a Scenic heart shaped lake on the top of the hill, which is believed to have n ever dried up. From the top you can view the whole of Kalpetta and literally all hills of wayanad also you can witness the fluctuation in weather when the clouds moving towards the peak. The best time visit the peak is November to February time. Best place for groups, Friends, Couples.

Meeshapulimala

It is the second highest peak in south India and it is the highest trek-able peak in south India. Access to the peak is restricted. You should book through KFDC (Kerala Forest Development Corporation ) to trek to the peak. Other routes are illegal and you could get caught by forest guards if found. Trekking difficulty is moderate and KFDC provides experience guides to assist the trekkers. Trekking time is about 5 to 6 hours to and from. The view from top is kind of awesome! but my suggestion to people who plans trip here, should make a stay on the hill top! everyone will definitely enjoy the snow fall during the night, and its such beautiful to watch the sky during the night! 

Vagamon

This enchanting hill station on the Idukki-Kottayam boarder, dotted with tea gardens and meadows, will soon be one of india’s foremost ecotourism projects. There is an enchanting hill station called vagamon, Vagamon is a quaint little town nestled in the high ranges of Kerala. They are rich in greenery and have plenty of tea estates in its surrounding areas. It also serves as a hub for the travelling community to pitch and ride. A great place for Photography and Sightseeing,  any group ages can enjoy this place. The place is unique in the world and there's no real comparison to Vagamon in the universe.

Paithalmala

Paithalmala is located near Pottenplave village at a height of 1371 M  above sea level and is the highest geographic peak in kannur. It is located 65 KM from Kannur and 40 KM from Taliparamba. Nestled in the Kerala Karnataka border near to Kodagu forests. Is a Superb place those who like trucking, Photography. Our journey was from our college with juniors which made it really awesome and memorable.

Ranipuram

Ranipuram is an hill station situated in the Panathadi Panchayath , Kasargod District of Kerala. Its old name is Madathumala. It is right at the North Eastern part of the state sharing border with Karnataka. The nearest railway station is Kanhangad, which is about 25 KM south of Kasaragod. Ranipuram is at a distance of about 43 Km from Kanhangad. One has to hire a vehicle from Kanhangad or opt to travel by local transport buses plying towards Panathur, which is Kerala-Karnataka border. Regular buses are available in this route. Panathadi is the nearest stop from where Ranipuram hill station is about 9KM.