A trip to the picturesque hill station of Munnar in Kerala will be complete only after a trekking spree at the pristine Meesapulimala Peak.
The Chokramudi trekking project being implemented with the cooperation of the tribal folk residing in the lower reaches of the hill has been launched by Forest Conservator Padma Mohanty.
Two adjoining hills named 'Arjunamala' and 'Panchalimala' protect Pasuppara like sentinels.
There is a drop in littering after state took strict actions to regulate inflow of tourists.
The Forest Department of Kerala has issued a warning against unauthorized trekking to Meesappulimala.
Idukki district collector G.R. Gokul has said that strict action, according to the Kerala Forest Act, will be taken to curb illegal entry to Meesapulimala, the third highest peak in the Western Ghats.
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