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11 Best Places To Visit In Mussoorie, India

The best places to visit in Mussoorie are Lal Tibba, Gun Hill Point, Camel’s Back Road, Cloud’s End, The Mall, Compay Garden, Mossy Falls, George Everest House, Happy Valley, Kempty fall, and Landour.

Mussoorie is a hill station located in the Uttarakhand state of India. It is also called “The Queen of Hills”. Mussoorie is famous for its awesome inspiring landscape, breathtaking view of the Himalayan Ranges, snow clouds, and green valise. All these things make Mussoorie more beautiful and a perfect destination for tourists. Every year thousands of people visit Mussoorie to see the beauty of nature. Definitely, this article will guide you to the places to visit. Here is the list of places to visit in Musoorie.

11 Best Places To Visit In Mussoorie

Lat Tibba

Lal Tibba is the highest peak’s topmost point located at Binocular Bazar, Landour, Mussoorie. It is famous for scenic points of mountains, valleys, sunset, and sunrise. It is situated at an altitude of the height of 7164 feet from sea level. The distance of Lal Tibba from Mussoorie is 4.5 km. You can reach Lal Tibba by hiring the cab from Picture Point on the Mall road, Mussoorie. It is an oldest and most visited place in Mussoorie.

The Mall Road

The mall road is a popular tourist attraction in the Mussoorie. It is located in the heart of Mussoorie city. The road is famous for its picturesque amazing view of Doon Valley. Colonial houses on both sides of the road remind the British era. It starts at the Picture Palace and ends at the library. This is the main shopping area in Mussoorie and is always crowded throughout the day. A large number displays a wide range of products, particularly woolen clothes. Restaurants and cafes along the roadside are for you to eat food. Walking on the mall road is a nice experience.

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The company Garden

The company garden is a colorful garden located 3 km from The Mall. It is a major picnic spot in Mussoorie. It is also known as “Municipal Garden” or “Municipal Bagh”. It is a small, old but well-maintained garden with a variety of colorful flowers. It has an artificial waterfall and a small lake having a boating facility, fountain, and wax museum. The time of the garden is from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm.

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Gun Hill Point

Gun Hill is the second-highest point in Mussoorie. It is located at 400 feet above The Mall. It is a favorite place of visitors. From the top of the hill, it provides a picturesque of the Himalayan Range and the Doon Valley. You can reach Gun Hill by Ropeway from the Library Building on The Mall. The ropeway timing is 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. Its shape is like Volcano. The distance of Gun Hill from the mall is 1.7 km.

Kempty Falls

Kempty falls is a top tourist picnic spot located at Lakhwad, Kempty, Mussoorie. The height of the fall is 4500 feet. The fall is famous for its silky streams of water. The distance of Kempty falls from Mussoorie is 13 km on Dehradun – Mussoorie road. The fall is surrounded by high mountain cliffs and lush greenery. The time of the fall is 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. There are several shops to serve you clothes, food, and eatable items.

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Landour is a cantonment area in Mussoorie. It is located at a distance of 7 km from Mussoorie and 35 km from Dehradun. Landour is famous for its colonial architecture of the British era and picturesque views. You can reach Landour from Mussoorie Bazar to the Char Dukan area. Or you can hire a taxi from Picture Point from The Mall. The places to visit in Landour are Lal Tibba, Kellogg Memorial Church, Mussoorie Heritage Center, Landour Clock Tower, St. Paul’s Church, and A. Prakash and co..

Clouds End Forest Resort

Clouds end forest resort is the top tourist attraction in Mussoorie. The spot is beautiful, romantic, peaceful, and authentic. It is a private estate spread over 400 acres of land. This property is surrounded by thick oak and deodar forest. It is located at a distance of 7 km from Mussoorie city. You can reach this magnificent place by trekking. The height of the Clouds end is 4104 meters. This is the best place for accommodation.

Camels Back Road

Camel’s back road is a road in Mussoorie famous for nature walks and Himalayan views in the morning and evening. The length of the Camels road is 3 km between Library Point and Kulri Bazaar. It is named after its shape like a camel’s hump. 4-star hotels are located on the camel’s road.

Mossy Falls

Mossy falls is a waterfall remotely located in Mussoorie. It is very difficult to reach there as there is no vehicle road. It is a nice place for a picnic. The falls are surrounded by a dense forest. It is 7 km from Mussoorie market. The falls are accessible through Barloganj or Balahisa.

Happy Valley

Happy Valley is located at a distance of 2 km from Mussoorie. The happy valley has a Tibetan Monastery established by the Dalai Lama in the year 1959. The majority of Tibetian settled in the happy valley. Along with the monastery IAS academy and beautiful garden describes in the most appropriate manners. The Tibetian culture is an integral part of Mussoorie.

George Everest’s House

George Everest’s house is a historical landmark in Mussoorie. It was a grand mansion and laboratory of Sir George Everest. It is located at a distance of 6 km from The mall road in Mussoorie. It is one of the top tourist attractions in Mussoorie. It is also known as the park estate and is a popular heritage site. Sir George lived in that house for 11 years. Now the house lost its charm.

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