Wilson Hill is situated in Valsad. . Wilson slope is found 27 km far from Dharampur city and is at a tallness of 750 m above ocean level. The slope is known for a marble chhatri, devoted to the British Governor Wilson. This place is reasonable for shake climbing and mountaineering.
The last ruler of Dharampur, Vijay Dev gave this slope its name, Wilson Hill, after Lord Wilson, who was the Governor of Bombay in the vicinity of 1923 and 1928. The slope is found near the well known Pangarbari Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to ious creatures and avifauna species.