Trekking to Meesapulimala
Situated 1600 m above sea level, Munnar was a popular retreat for the British. It has now evolved into a proper tourist town with a number of resorts, hotels and restaurants coming up in the area. It is also famous for the special Neelakurinji flower that blooms here every 12 years. The hills turn blue and nature lovers come in large numbers to view this natural phenomenon in person. Munnar gives ample trekking options to ent
Total Walk Distance to Walk 4 KM one side
Drivable Distance from Munnar 34 Km
Let us now explore some of the options in and around Munnar that would provide travellers with ample opportunities to enjoy the captivating hill station of Munnar. Meesappulimala – a destination for the highly adventurous is the second highest peak in the Western Ghats and a trekking trail via Rhodo Valley.
Travel a distance of 24 km from Munnar via Mattupetty through Aruvikkad estate and you will reach the base camp of Meesappulimala. The journey from base camp to Rhodo Valley is in the jeep and is 4 km and is the last point accessible by any four wheelers. En route you can see the Pandava cave.