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Trekking in Yelagiri city can be one of the most fulfilling opportunities as it is the home to some of the most awe-inspiring trails . Since the difficulty level of treks is easy to moderate, it is a great place for beginners to experience the adrenaline rush while trekking uphill. There are several trekking tours in Yelagiri that help you discover the varying terrains and breathtaking sights, that is an ideal adventure for those seeking to unwind and escape from their mundane routines.

Those mesmerized by the charm of hill stations often come for trekking here. During trekking, one can encounter over 300 species of birds, making it a haven for birders. Culture enthusiasts can trek to explore the hills  and abandoned forts established long back in time. But do keep in mind that most of the trekking tours are closed during monsoon, from July - September because the hills get more slippery making it dangerous to trek.

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  1. What is Yelagiri famous for?

    Apart from Yelagiri trekking, there are several other things to enjoy on this hill station. 

    Fundera Park- Fundera Park is a haven for birders. It contains over 300 exotic species of birds that are uncaged. They have a 7-D cinema on their premises too.

    Velvan Temple- Velvan Temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga. One has to climb a few steps before they reach the temple.

    Nilavoor Lake- Nilavoor Lake is a quiet place in the hill station, famous for morning and evening walks. There is a boating excursion available too, which costs INR 50 per head for 10 minutes of boating.

  2. Is there any specific type of clothing recommended for the trek?

    For treks in Yelagiri, one should resort to comfortable and hassle-free clothing. Wear full-length comfortable pants with t-shirts and trekking shoes. You might have to carry a backpack with water bottles and snacks, so keep your clothing light. For trekking during winters, you can wear full-sleeves clothes and carry a sweater with you if need be. It is advisable not to wear shorts because you might encounter various insects and bugs on the way.

  3. What sort of food will be provided, packed, or instantly cooked?

    Since it is difficult to make food at higher altitudes, moreover carry the equipment from downstairs, the food available is mostly packed. There are instantly cooked foods like cup noodles and tea and coffee packets. You can also carry your own snacks.

  4. Can we consume liquor/smoke while on treks?

    The consumption of alcohol or tobacco is prohibited while trekking in Yelagiri for your own safety. You will be at higher altitudes, with a high risk of an imbalanced fall. It may also discomfort those around you.

  5. How safe is trekking and camping in Yelagiri?

    Both camping and trekking tours in Yelagiri are safe to carry out. The trek levels vary in their difficulty, from easy to moderate, making it a great place for beginners to adjust to trekking. The camps include various activities like paintball and zorbing, the equipment for which is provided to you which are safe to handle.

    When it comes to activities like zip-lining, you should not worry because the operators understand your concern and do not want you to undergo any sort of harm. If you are not comfortable with either of the activities, you are free to say no.

  6. What things should I carry for trekking in Yelagiri?

    Trekking in Yelagiri is all the more fun with the right kind of things packed along the way. Some of them include:

    Sunscreen- Sunscreen during summers protects you from getting sunburnt. 

    Sunglasses and hats- Be it summers or winters, carry sunglasses and hats to protect you from the glare of the sun, making it easier to trek uphill.

    Warm Clothes- If you are certain you will not reach downhill by afternoon, then do carry warm clothes like sweaters, sweatshirts, jackets, and coats as it gets chilly in the evenings.

  7. Can we do trekking during nighttime?

    Yes, trekking tours in Yelagiri also have nighttime packages. They mostly include both your trekking and camping expenses lie between INR 3,500 – INR 5,000. You can spend the night around a bonfire and spend some quality time with your friends, spouses, or yourself.

  8. Is it safe for a solo traveler to trek?

    Yes, trekking in Yelagiri is safe for solo travelers, be it men or women. There have been no incidents of inappropriate behaviour during treks, packaged tours, or camping. The people present are seeking the thrill amidst wilderness, just like their fellow companions.

  9. What are the difficulties faced while trekking?

    Some of the commonly faced problems while trekking in Yelagiri include

    1. Acute Mountain Sickness- Acute Mountain Sickness or AMS is defined by symptoms like a light headache or dizziness at a higher altitude. Your body’s inability to acclimatize with its surroundings causes AMS. So carry a packet of Diamox Pills.

    2. Sore feet or blisters- Those unaccustomed to treks might have sore feet or blisters while or after the trek. That’s why it is necessary to wear proper footwear.

    3. Fatigue- Since your body is not used to this much muscle pressure, trekking might lead to fatigue. However, this can easily be cured after a good night’s sleep.

  10. Which are the best places to enjoy trekking in Yelagiri?

    1. Swamimalai Hills

    Swamimalai Hills is nestled amid the forests of Yelagiri. The trek here is easy to moderate and is a great place for beginners to embark their trekking journey. The trek here is easy to moderate, and is a great place for beginners to embark their trekking journey.

    Most people avoid trekking to these hills during monsoon because the path gets slippery and dangerous. Other than that, these hills offer a delightful view from atop. There is a Shiva Temple built at the top, attracting devotees. So lose yourself to the natural beauty spread over here as you begin your expedition to Swamimalai hills.

    Location:Swamimalai Trekking RTE, Yelagiri, India

    Price:Free entry

    Timings:4 – 5 hours

    2. Yelagiri Forest Hill

    At Yelagiri Forest Hill, if you are booking a packaged trek, then you will be provided with all the basic amenities required to spend your most memorable two days here. Usually, people come here to spend 2D/1N on New Year’s to embark a pleasant beginning of the year. The packages have in their itinerary activities like zorbing, paintball, zipline, and shooting. This is a quiet place to spend some solitary time either with yourself or your family. 

    Location:Yelagiri Forest Hill, Outskirts of Chennai, India

    Price:INR 3,500

    Timing:2 days

    3. Yelagiri Nature Park 

    Yelagiri Nature Park offers one of the best Yelagiri Trekking scenes. The park is acquainted with several trees, gardens, and a musical fountain. It has an artificial waterfall that runs throughout the year. Locals and tourists alike, visit this park to escape the chaos of city life and spend some quality time with their family. The trek to this park is easy, so children can also have a splendid day out at this park. You can even visit the aquarium built inside the park.

    Location:Yelagiri, Tamil Nadu, India

    Price:Free entry

    Timings:6:00 AM – 7:00 PM

  11. What is the best time to trek in Yelagiri?

    During winters (November – February)

    Winters are hands down, the best time for treks in Yelagiri. The temperature varies between 12 – 25 degrees Celsius and the climate is salubrious.

    During summers (March – June)

    The temperature during summers ranges from 22 – 32 degrees Celsius, making it a little difficult to trek. However, if you are going, then carry sunscreen, water bottle, and sunglasses to avoid the glare of the sun.

    During the monsoon (July – September)

    Monsoon in Yelagiri is accompanied by constant rainfall. Being a hill station, it receives comparatively more rains, making it dangerous and difficult to trek on the steep, slippery slopes.

  12. Where is Yelagiri located? How can I reach there?

    Yelagiri is a hill station located in Tirupur district of Tamil Nadu in the southern part of India. 

    By train: The nearest railway station to Yelagiri Hills is Jolarpettai, about 21 km away. One can take a taxi from this station to Yelagiri.

    By bus: There are several buses that commute between Yelagiri and Jolarpet, Hosur, Salem, and Tirupattur.

    By flight: Yelagiri does not have its own airport, and the nearest airport to the hill station is located in Bangalore or Chennai. One can then commute either via buses, trains, or hire a taxi to arrive for trekking in Yelagiri.

  13. What is the best time for paragliding in Yelagiri?

    The best time to indulge in paragliding in Yelagiri is in the months of July and August. During this time, the sky is clear with increased visibility and the climatic conditions are favourable making it ideal for this activity.
  14. What are the things I should keep in mind before I go paragliding?

    • Wear clothes that cover your full body. Do not wear bottom open dresses or skirts. Wear comfortable covered shoes which are not open-toe.

    • Check the weather before the flight to ensure you get clear weather. Do not fly when there is rain or if there is a strong wind.

    • Paraglide on an empty stomach. You may eat a light breakfast in the early morning if you cannot remain on an empty stomach.

    • Relax and prepare yourself mentally for a free-flying experience.

    • Wear a helmet and double-check the safety equipment such as the harness and the parachute. Fasten all your harness straps before flying.

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Akshaj Dwivedi Camping in Yelagiri
When I saw this adventure at Thrillophilia I started yearning for adventure and booked it for me and my brother immediately. Though we loved the camping part, what we enjoyed the most was the set of amazing activities we got a chance to try during our trip. The tents were clean and the campsite offered a perfect panoramic viewing experience. The food was satisfactory. Considering the price, the experience was amazing.
Budhil Sethi Camping in Yelagiri
i had some really great moments on this trip.The trek was really good, my guide, Manan was very supportive throughout and the food back at the resort was delicious. totally satisfied by Thrillophilia on this trip.
Vinay Dubashi Camping in Yelagiri
Yelagiri is a superb place to have fun with friends. Simply awesome trip. Camping was average. Food was but good. Guides did a good job. But the activities were not upto the mark. Still, we had a lot of fun. Reasonable rate also.
Aashritha Mahajan Camping in Yelagiri
Except for the dirty toilets, everything was fine. All the activities I had were fun and I really enjoyed the perfect package being offered by Thrillophilia.
Fatema Rexinewala Camping in Yelagiri
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"It's scenic for sure, had some great moments with adventure activities in built in the resort. However my expectations of the trek by our organisers was not met at all. Great food at the resort on special request. "

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