(Last Updated on : 26/11/2016)
Hill Stations in Western Ghats Mountain Range in India
are noted for the hills, peaks, water bodies. These hill stations are located in the Indian states like Maharashtra
and Tamil Nadu
. Western Ghats Mountain Range in India is one of the world's ten "Hottest biodiversity hotspots".
, Tamil Nadu
Palakkad Gap is a low mountain pass in the Western Ghats between Coimbatore
in Tamil Nadu and Palakkad
Kanara is a small mountainous forest region of Karnataka. It comprises three coastal districts, namely Dakshina Kannada District
, Udupi district
and Uttara Kannada District
. It is widely noted as the hill station in Karnataka.
Malenadu is a region of Karnataka state in India. It covers the western and eastern slopes of the Western Ghats roughly 100 kilometers in width.
Biligiriranga Hills, Karnataka
Biligirirangana Hills is a pilgrimage destination situated in south-eastern Karnataka. It is located at its border with Tamil Nadu. Biligirirangana Hills is noted for Biligiriranganatha Swamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary
or simply BRT Wildlife Sanctuary and the temple itself.
, Kerala and Tamil Nadu
Anaimalai Hills are the range of mountains that form the southern portion of the Western Ghats and span the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. It is a hill station with Anai peak (8,842 feet) as the centre of attraction. Anaimalai Hills are a popular trekking destination in the Western Ghats. The ideal time for leisure and adventure tourism is between the months of November and May.
Aralvaimozhi, Tamil Nadu
Aralvaimozhi is an important mountain pass through the Western Ghats. It is a small hilly town situated in southern India. It is well known for being the greatest source of wind energy in Asia.
Anamudi is a hill destination noted to the tourists for the beautiful scenic variations. It is the house of Eravikulam National Park.
, Tamil Nadu and Kerala
Cardamom Hills in Tamil Nadu is noted for the beautiful hills and the terrace farming. Periyar is a major ecotourism destination which is located very near to Cardamom Hills.
Salher is the site of the highest fort in the Sahyadri Mountains and the second highest peak at 1,567 metres after Kalsubai in Maharashtra.
Madikeri is a hill station town in Karnataka and it is related to the history of Kodagu that began in 2nd BC.
Dhodap is one of the hill destinations and it is the site of the second highest fort in the Sahyadri Mountains after Salher.
Vagamon is a hill destination noted for the green hills and the vast meadows.
Paithalmala is a hill station and it is located at 40 km from Taliparamba and 65 km from Kannur.
Kodachadri is a mountain peak with dense forests and it is tenth highest peak of Karnataka.