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Palakkad district of Kerala bounded by Coimbatore district

Trek to Perumalmudi, one of the 4 holy hills surrounding Attappadi (Attappady).. a valley

across the Western Ghats in the Palakkad District of Kerala: south of Nilgiris or Ooty, inhibited mostly by tribes.Attappadi (Attapady) is a bowl shaped valley of the Western Ghats, surrounded by lofty peaks having an average altitude of 200 to 800 meters above sea level. The forests are mostly deciduous and thorny with dwarf trees and grasslands. This region lies to the north of Palakkad Gap and south of Ooty: the popular hill station. There is a less popular road from Attappady to ooty. Attappadi (Attapady) is a part of Palakkad district of Kerala bounded by Coimbatore district of Tamilnadu to the east. The northern boundary of Attappadi (Attapady) is marked by Ooty (Nilgiris) hills and the south by Walayar (Also known as Palakkad gap, the only gap in the Western Ghats). Attappady is visited mostly by people from Coimbatore for a week end trip or evening trip: As it is the closest and most accessible hill station from Coimbatore. The famous Silent Valley National Park is located in Attappadi (Attapady). - See more at: http://theindia.info/Blog/Perumalmudi-Trekking-in-Western-Ghats-Attappadi-Kerala/#sthash.W6tCO6sZ.dpuf
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