At a separation of 13 km from Muthappanpuzha, 63 km from Kozhikode Railway Station and 33 km from Thiruvambady, Vellari Mala is a mountain run in Kerala, spread crosswise over Thiruvambady Panchayat in Kozhikode locale and Meppadi Panchayat in Wayanad area. It lies at a height of 2200 m and is a well known slope resort around Kozhikode.
Vellari Mala is a piece of the famous Camel's Hump Mountains of the Western Ghats. The tallest crest in this range is called Vavul Mala and is arranged an elevation of 2339 m. The winding stream of the River Chaliyar through the rough landscape of the slope extend adds to the spiritualist excellence of the place by making numerous cascades and falls. Vellari Mala is a trekker's heaven however it is likewise an awesome outing spot for a loosening up involvement with family and companions.
Trekking to Vellari Mala begins from Muthappanpuzha, 3 km from Anakkampoyil, which is around 50 km from Kozhikode. KSRTC Bus Services are accessible from Thiruvambadi to Anakkampoyil and Muthappanpuzha. There are jeeps accessible to Vellari Mala base from Muthappanpuzha. From the base guests need to trek 9 km through thick backwoods and rough landscapes. It will take one entire day to climb this pinnacle and one could return just on the following day.
Vellari Mala trek is one of the hardest treks in the South. Aside from the underlying 4 km extend, the whole trek is through thick timberland, frequented by wild elephants and parasites. A huge piece of the trek incorporates soak climbs, some of which are at 35 degrees or more slope. At a separation of around 6 km from Muthappanpuzha while in transit to Vellari Mala, there is a delightful cascade called Olichu Chattam. A trek to the highest point of the Vellari Mala Mountain can be a testing one and just the accomplished trekkers more often than not make it effectively to the best. It is smarter to contract a manual for trek this slope. Guests need to take authorization from backwoods authorities before going to do the trek. The pinnacle can likewise be drawn nearer from Chooralmala town, Kalpetta on the Wayanad side and gathered be a direct climb.