This mountain range is located in the Nuwara Eliya District, more than 2100 meters above sea level. It is also known as the 'Chariot Path' meaning the road on which Ravana's chariot traveled and the villagers call it 'Pittani'. The quest for this beautiful land begins at the Florotoft Estate in Pussellawa. This is a private estate. There are a few difficult trails to go the footpath runs through a mountainous forest.
In the history of the kings of Ravana, he took Goddess Sita from the capital city of Lankapura to a place called Asoka Vitaka and during this time he drove his vehicle through this place and it is said that this place was created. Rawana's cart road is beautifully painted on the grass.
There is a small pond at the end of the plain. This pond is called Sita Pond. Legend has it that this pond was made of Sita's tears.
The villagers also say that this pond does not dry up during any drought.