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Hill Stations in Tamil Nadu

Here is a story Lieutenant Ward, an Englishman, who climbed up from the Kunnavan village of Vellagavi to Kodaikanal in 1821 to survey the area on the hilly ranges of Palani.
Called the Queen of Hill Stations picturesque, green Udhagamandalam better known, as Ooty is the most popular hill station in the South. Located in the Western ghats at a height of 2240m, Udhagamandalam is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district where the two ghats ranges meet.
Yelagiri Hill is one of the popular hill stations of Tamil Nadu. Situated amidst four mountains well known for its salubrious climate prevail throughout the year. Tribal people live in villages in these hills.
This quiet little hill station on the Shevaroy hills of the Eastern ghats is the only one of its kind in northern Tamil Nadu.
Coonoor sits on a ridge in the eastern Nilgiris, 17 km from Ooty
The Nilgiri's oldest hill station, 19 km from Coonoor.

28 km from Ooty, is an echologically fragile zone of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.

In the foothills of the kannivadi Hills.
Indira Gandhi Wild Life Senctuary sits astride the Anaimalai Hills on the tamil nadu-Kerala border, 56 km from Pollachi.
The Palani Hills rise to the west of Dindigul in west-central Tamil nadu.
Kolli hills is situated 56 km away from the District HQ of Namakkal District and 25 kms away from senthamangalam in Tamil Nadu State.

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