The waterfalls at Soochippara near Meppadi are really a treasure of nature, yet to be discovered. The stretches of waterfalls ranging at places from 100 to 300 feet height are a treat to the eyes. The pool below provides for water rafting, swimming, bathing, etc.It is known as Sentinental Rock Falls
Distance from Hiliya : 45 Kms
Phantom rock Wayanad is a rare kind of natural structure which is a must see for Kerala tourists. Phantom rock is situated near Ambalavayal town. Why did this rock get the special name? It is because Phantom Rock has a special skull head shape. In the local area it is popularly known as Cheengeri Mala. Phantom rock has a naturally beautiful skull head appearance which makes the tourist spot interesting.
The scenic surroundings near the phantom rock make it a potential tourist trekking and camping location. The surroundings have lot of greeneries and rocks
Distance from Hiliya : 16 Kms
Neelimala View Point
Neelimala view point is one of the major tourist attractions in the scenic Wayanad. Neelimala, adjacent to Vaduvanchal, is an exceptional venue for trekking and camping and offers lots of exciting trails. From the Neelimala pinnacle you can enjoy an enthralling view of the cascading Meenmutty falls and the gorgeous valley in its forefront. Meenmutty falls, with its cascading water flow is a splendid sight from Neelimala viewpoint.
Distance from Hiliya : 38Kms
It is a three-tiered waterfall with a height of 300 meters. Meenmutty Falls, the largest and most spectacular waterfall in Wayanad District, is a 2 km hike through the jungle from the main Ooty . It is Kerala’s second largest waterfall and the one most unspoiled in its natural setting. Each of its three tiers requires a separate hike through a moist, deciduous forest. The path is quiet dangerous and tiresome. But the waterfall is worth it.
Distance from Hiliya : 40Kms
The Chembra Peak is the highest peak in Wayanad, at 2100m above sea level. Chembra is located near the town of Meppady and is 14 km west of Kalpetta. It is part of the Wayanad hill ranges in Western Ghats, adjoining the Nilgiri Hills in Tamilnadu and Vellarimala in Kozhikode district in Kerala. Chembra peak is accessible by foot from Meppady. Permission from the forest office in Meppady is required for trekking up to the Chembra peak. A heart shaped lake en route to the top of the peak is a major tourist attraction. The lake is believed to have never dried up.
Distance from Hiliya : 39Kms
Pakshipathalam, 1740m above sea level in the Brahmagiri hills at Thirunelli, is a challenging tourist spot for any adventure seeking tourist. To reach Pakshipathalam sixteen kilometers has to be covered through wild forest. The deep rock caves, formed among the thick blocks of rocks at the northern top end of the Brahmagiri, are the abode of various birds and wild beasts.
Distance from Hiliya : 60 Kms