Vellarimala Hills in Wayanad, Kerala

Vellarimala forms a part of a high hill range of what is otherwise known as Camel’s Hump Mountains, a part of the Western Ghats. Most of the hill range falls in the Meppady Forest Range of South Wayanad Division, with some parts falling in the Thamarassery Range of Kozhikode Division. They are semi-contiguous with Nilgiris or Nilgiri Hills in Tamilnadu, separated by the Chaliyar Valley. The plateau of Wayanad lies on the eastern slopes of these hills and merges gradually with the Mysore plateau.

This block of compact high mountains is floristically and faunistically similar to the Nilgiri Hills. The tallest peak in this range is called Vavul Mala. At an altitude of 2339m, it is the tallest of the Western Ghats to the north of Nilgiri Hills.

Kozhikode has a good road network and is well connected by nearby districts of the state. National highway and state highways passes by the district which make road transport efficient and well maintained.
Calicut International Airport is located in the city.
Railway Station:
Calicut Railway Station is located in Kuttichira . The railway lines of Kozhikode is well connected to other cities of Kerala. From here one can take buses to Vellarimala.

Tourist Place to Visit in wayanad District, Kerala