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Doddabetta Peak
Doddabetta peak is the most beautiful hill station of Ooty that is established in the region of Ooty. Located at an altitude with 2,623 meters height, draws quite a good number of tourists from all over the world. Its picturesque scenes and breathtaking landscape makes this place one of the tremendous hill stations in this region.

The natural beauty of this region is exceptional and unforgettable. Apart from the natural splendors, there is a mini garden and children amusement park that is worth a visit. The most attractive wonder of this hill station is charming artificial lake which is built in 1824 by John Sullivan. Another fascinating attraction of Ooty is StStephens Church which is located in the hilly area on Club Road. It is one of the oldest churches established in the year 1829. Being a most noteworthy destination, it offers a beautiful view of the Nilgiri hill ranges.

Doddabetta is the highest peak of the Nilgiris district famous for the smooth curve of its apex. "Doddabetta" joins its roots from the Badaga/Kannada language translating into 'Big Mountain'. The main three roots are traced with it includes Hecuba (2375 m), Kattadadu (2418 m) and Kulkudi (2439 m).

Sim's Park Dolphin's Nose Botanical Garden
Doddabetta Peak    

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