Top 10 Trekking Trails in Munnar

Kerala is a tranquil state filled with pristine beaches, dazzling waterfalls, smooth backwaters and green tea and coffee plantations. Munnar in Kerala is a beautiful hill station surrounded by magnificent hills which makes it a suitable spot for trekking and other adventurous activities. Trekking is the best way to explore the natural beauty of Kerala from a panoramic view. An audacious trekker can find ultimate bliss in the stunning destinations of Munnar. To find Kerala packages from Delhi with airfare, check out the top online travel portals. There are numerous breath-taking trekking trails in Munnar. Let’s find out the top 10 trekking trails in Munnar.

  1. Chokramudi

Chokramudi is a popular spot for trekking in Munnar. Once the Shola walk ends, you will be entering a grassland. Then you have to make a hard-core climbing to enjoy the beautiful views of Chokramudi. The novice trekkers can go up to level 1. After that, the trek will be challenging.

  1. Idukki

If you are a nature lover, you will surely love trekking in Idukki. The trek in this area offers forest walk in the middle of cinnamon hills. The trek duration is 4 – 5 hours. The difficulty level of the trek is easy.

  1. Chummar

Chummar town in Munnar was developed for tea plantations initially. Due to its natural charm, the area has become the hottest tourist destination in Munnar. One should never miss the trekking in tea gardens in Chummar. The difficulty level of the trek is easy.

  1. Kannan Devan Hills

This is one of the famous trekking spots in Munnar. It is better to hire an expert guide for trekking in this area. It is the best place to explore the mesmerizing beauty of spice and tea plantation. It is a difficult trek trail. Take necessary refreshments during the trek.

  1. Chithirapuram

If you walk to the Chithirapuram Bridge, you will be dazzled by the Ramaswamy Dam waterfall. During the trek, you can various plantations like pepper, Guava, betel nut, and Vanilla on the way. The difficulty level of the trek is moderate. To capture the beautiful sceneries of the place, don’t forget to carry a camera.

  1. Lakshmi Hill Trek

The Lakshmi Hill Trek offers a dreamy experience which can excite any trekker.  The trek trail is located at 3 km from Munnar towards Cochin route. The difficulty level of the trek trail is moderate hence, both beginners and expert trekkers can try this trail.

  1. Kolukkumalai Peak Trek

Kolukkumalai peak is one of the quaint locations in Idukki district located in the middle of Tamil Nadu and Kerala border. The trek trail begins from Kurangani village and ends at the Kolukkumalai peak. It is better to start early during the trek. The difficulty level is moderate.

  1. Meesapulimala Peak

Meesapulimala peak is the 2nd highest peak in the Western Ghats mountain range located at 8661 feet. The trekkers are required to get prior permission from Kerala Forest Development Corporation (KFDC) to trek in this area. The final 2 km trek to the top of the peak is very difficult.

  1.  Agasthyarkoodam Peak

Agasthyarkoodam Peak is the highest peak in the south Kerala which offers picturesque trekking experience. The trek to the top of the peak is allowed only during January and mid-March. There are numerous Kerala packages from Delhi with airfare at the best price in travel websites which can be availed to save more on the holiday expedition.

  1. Illikkal Kallu

Illikkal Kallu is a peak containing a group of 3 rocks with unique shapes. The peak is located at an elevation of 4,000 feet. The difficulty level is easy for this trek.

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