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Rangaswamy Peak - Things to Know Before Visiting

Aracode, Tamil Nadu 643216, India

1 Day Treks
Mountain Peaks

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About Rangaswamy Peak

This is a famous tourist spot in Kotagiri. A very steep peak and not climbed yet. Trekking area, viewpoint.

Attractions Near Rangaswamy Peak

Kodanad View Point
Kodanad View Point10.69km from Rangaswamy Peak

Kodanad View Point is such a famed peak and an acclaimed tourist spot that takes one to the enchanting scenery of dark and light-hued landscape of Nilgiri

Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve
Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve13.53km from Rangaswamy Peak

This is a protected area and a tiger reserve along the western ghats. First declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 2008 and enlarged in 2011.

BhavaniSagar Dam
BhavaniSagar Dam13.75km from Rangaswamy Peak

Also called as Lower Bhavani dam, located on the Bhavani river. This is the second-largest earthen dam in the world. A huge dam and a beautiful garden is associated with it.

Catherine Water Falls
Catherine Water Falls16.6km from Rangaswamy Peak

It is far away from the urban areas and is situated inside a dense forest . trekking area, beautiful falls. The falls are nestled amidst the lush greens of the Nilgiris and are a pristine location to witness the beauty of nature.

Dolphin Nose View Point
Dolphin Nose View Point17.4km from Rangaswamy Peak

This is a huge rock that resembles the nose of a Dolphin. A popular viewpoint in nilgiris.

Sim's Park, Coonoor
Sim's Park, Coonoor23.56km from Rangaswamy Peak

This is an unusual park-cum-botanical garden that was developed around the natural contours of the land more than a hundred years ago by Mr. J.D. Sims and Major Murray in the year of 1874

Where is Rangaswamy Peak

Discover More Attractions in Nilgiris, Where Rangaswamy Peak Is Located

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The Name ‘Nilgiris’ means Blue hills (Neelam – Blue and Giri – Hill or Mountain). The view of the violet blossoms of ‘kurinji’ flower enveloping the hill ranges periodically. Hence the name Nilgiri arose.