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Chokramudi Peak - Things to Know Before Visiting

Idukki, Kerala 685565, India

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About Chokramudi Peak

Three hours of a hard hike through tricky rock faces, breathtaking views, windy narrow paths. A viewpoint for an incredible sunrise.

Attractions Near Chokramudi Peak

Carmelagiri Elephant Park
Carmelagiri Elephant Park7.56km from Chokramudi Peak

Ride on an elephant, watch them bathe, shower and eat. The mahouts will show you how the elephant communicates and obey their commmands.

Echo Point
Echo Point11.7km from Chokramudi Peak

Situated at the bank of lake overlooking mountains, the place got it's name from the loud echo it makes.

Meesapulimala13.54km from Chokramudi Peak

Hike through cloud cladded peaks and rhododendron valleys, experience the most beautiful sights of the Western Ghat Mountains.

Kolukku Malai Top
Kolukku Malai Top14.12km from Chokramudi Peak

The best place to view the sunrise, the beauty of tea plantations, clouds locked in valleys.

Eravikulam National Park
Eravikulam National Park14.53km from Chokramudi Peak

See endangered Nilgiri tahrs at close quarters, immerse in the amazing nature.

Kurangani-Top Station Trail
Kurangani-Top Station Trail17.9km from Chokramudi Peak

Kurangani hill station lies close to Bodinayakanur in Theni district of Tamil Nadu. This lesser known gem of a place amid the vastly explored Western Ghats also holds a precipitous ledge at the height point of 8782 ft.

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What Visitors Say About Chokramudi Peak

Sanjay Bhaskar
Sanjay Bhaskar
Beautiful views and nice trek to the peak.
Once you reach the top you are filled the amazing views all around. Definitely recommended when you in Munnar area.
The trek is can considered or  'medium' or 'extreme' level trek depending on where you decide to stop and return, but is definitely worth it.
The path is also marked by signs painted on the rocks at each stage to guide you along.
Nithin Mathew
Nithin Mathew
This place was opened recently for hiking. Not an easy hike, most of it is steep climbs and tough rocks. The views are so beautiful, tall mountains in 360, tea estates below, cool winds.

We reached in the afternoon but if you can make there during sunrise, the view will be even more breathtaking I read. There is an entrance fee of 400inr for Indians and 600 for foreigners and a guide accompany you throughout. In total it would take around three hours to climb up the peak and complete the hike.