Ooty, also known as Ootacamund or Udhagamandalam is a famous hill station located in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Popularly known as the ‘Queen of hill stations', Ooty is one of the most sought after hill resorts of India. Ooty is situated in the lush green Nilgiri hill ranges, at an altitude of 2,268 mtr above the sea level. Developed by the British as a summer retreat, Ooty provides a fine glimpse of colonial ear through its magnificent buildings. With sprawling tea gardens and grasslands, lofty mountains, dense forest and soothing climate, Ooty draws visitors from across the globe. Besides, the annual Tea and Tourism Festival also attracts people in huge numbers. Raj Bhavan, Ootacamund Club, St Stephen's Church, Botanical Garden and Ooty Lake are some of the attractions of Ooty.
Ooty Railway Station
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Station Details Ooty railway station is a small railhead of the picturesque hill station of Ooty. Situated close to the scenic Ooty Lake, the railway station is served by the Southern Railways. Ooty railway station is connected to Coimbatore. The narrow gauge rail route starts from Kallar, near Mettupalayam and passes through lush green forests, thrilling curves, fearful tunnels, high bridges, deep ravines, shimmering streams and tea gardens. The spectacular sights en-route offer never before experience to passengers on board. Close to the railway station is the bus stand, from where buses ply to Coimbatore, Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Kanyakumari and many other important places.
Amenities - Facilities available at the railway station include waiting room, retiring room, tea stall.
Distances of major landmarks Coimbatore Airport (90 km), Coonoor (12 km), Mukurti Peak (15 km), Kotagiri (31 km), Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary (53 km), Mysore (145 km)