Friday, May 27, 2016

Tipperary View Point

Tipperary View Point, Yercaud
One can reach this southern most view point of Yercaud by taking the Tipperary Road. From there one can see the Elephant Tooth Rocks. They are reportedly said to be the remnants of a meteorite which fell to earth. It is pure white rock compared to the Black Granite available on these hills. The Estate adjoining known as Tipperary Estate was once a posh hotel catering to the elite of British India from 1930 to 1940. The night view from this spot-with the lights of Salem in the distance is mesmerizing. It is located 2 km from Yercaud Town.

Trekking is one of the major activities that are organized in this area, providing adventure lovers an opportunity to feel the rush of adrenaline in their bodies. This destination is also known for its beautiful rocks and caves that are ideal for exploration. Whether in family vacation or in group holidaying, these caves must be visited to unfold the magnificence, Yercaud has to offer.

At a distance of 2 km from Yercaud Bus Stand, Tipperary View Point is the southernmost view point in Yercaud and can be reached by driving along Tipperary Road. The journey through the road offers magnificent views and breathtaking experience. 

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