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A village that is adorned with one of the oldest tea estates, a Pykara powerhouse and a beautiful lake surrounded by hills –is Glenmorgan village, 25 kilometres far from Ooty. There is also a dam in the tea estate. You can unwind in this picnic spot with family and friends.

The village with picturesque scenery and pleasant climate has one of the oldest tea estates sprawling in 500 acres. You can enter the Pyakara power station in the estate only with permission from the Electricity Board Department. This powerhouse is at the Singara Hills. You can see the Mudumalai Wild Life Sanctuary and some destinations in Mysore from here. We can also go on  adventure trekking on the small hillocks in the tea estate. The calm and quiet lake is free from any garbage. This unexplored place has prohibitions. Eucalyptus and Silver Oak are the common tree species found here. You can spot monkeys and sometimes, leopards in this village.

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