Top station derives its name from a ropeway that once connected it, the highest point, through Middle Station to Lower Station in the valley. It is also the highest point on the Munnar-Kodaikanal road and the 34 km drive through verdant tea plantations on the High Ranges, offering panoromic views of the countryside, is truly unforgettable. Inhabitants of a tiny hamlet on the Kerala Tamil Nadu border, preched precariously on a ridge, are the only permanent inhabitants of Top Station. From the summit, the plains of Tamil Nadu and the edge of the Western Ghats are clearly visible.
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