A monolith hillock in the Wayanad district of Kerala, India, Kurumbalakotta is a 3,220 foot high hill that offers amazing views of the surrounding scenery. Geographically, the mountain is part of the Deccan plateau.
Additionally, it's at the meeting point of the Eastern and Western Ghats. This makes it a suitable trekking spot with a little bit of adventure and caution since the path isn't completely paved. Between September and March is the right time to enjoy nature's mesmerizing beauty.
There's something challenging about trekking in the hills that all adventure-seeking people will love. The view from the top is awesome. It's the only place in Wayanad where you can see almost half of the district. From the viewpoint in the hamlet, you can see neighbouring mountains like Chembara, Banasura, Ambukuthi. The rampant greenery around the city offers a mesmerizing panorama.