Ooty Avalanche lake. The lake derived the name avalanche due to an enormous landslide (avalanche) that occurred within the region within the early 1800s. Avalanche has 92.1cm rain in 24 hours on 9 August 2019 which is highest 24 hr Rainfall in South India. The day before it received 82 cm in 24 hr on 8 August 2019.
Avalanchi Lake is a crucial tourism destination within the Nilgiris district. The rolling landscape with blooming flowers like magnolias, orchids and rhododendrons surrounds the lake. Tourists can traverse beside the lake through winding paths round the lake. Tourists visiting the lake also can engage themselves in Trout fishing. A trout hatchery is bulit near the lake, from where visitors can get fishing rods and other fishing accessories required for trout fishing. The lake is additionally employed by tourists as a camp site wherein they pitch tents near the lake. Rafting across the lake and trekking the nearby hilly regions like Upper Bhavani where there are thick forests and untouched wild habitats are other activities.
Enjoy trip to Ooty for 3 Days and explore mudumalai, coonoor and many other adventurous places. Udagamandalam and Ootacamund are other names for Ooty. It could even be a town and a municipality within the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, the indian state. Ooty is located around 86 km north of Coimbatore and 128 km in south of Mysore but It is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district. It is a most liked hill station located within the Nilgiri Hills. Local Residents call it Blue Hills.
Originally occupied by the Toda people, since the world came under the rule of the Malay Archipelago Company at the top of the 18th century. Tourism and agriculture is the main thing in Ooty. Town is through the Nilgiri Mountain Railway and Nilgiri ghat roads. Its natural environment attracts tourists because it’s a well-liked summer destination. The town had a population of 88,430 in 2011
Ooty Lake & Boat Club
Kamaraj Sagar / Sandynalla Reservoir & Pine Forest
Pykara Dam & Reservoir
Avalanche Lake / Sanctuary