Places in Mussoorie
Kempty Falls, Mussoorie Lake, Nag Tibba, Mall Road, Mossy Falls, Camel Back Road, Lake Mist, Dhanaulti, Bhatta Falls, Company Garden and many more amazing tourist sights.
Just 35 kilometres from Dehradun, lies a hill station that yearly grows in popularity. Mussoorie, also known as the ‘Queen of the Hills’, is a city that attracts both Indians and foreigners, newcomers and mountain veterans all year-round. It lies in the foothills of Uttarakhand’s Garhwal mountain ranges and offers tourist attractions of all kinds.
Dense forests of deodars and cedars cover the slopes around the hill station, rivers and waterfalls enrich the land, and quaint temples dot the mountainside. Once in Mussoorie, you can go visit the ropeway on Gun Hill, the second-highest peak there or you can stroll through Mall Road, picking up trinkets and dining in well-maintained restaurants. In the early morning, you can wake up to a majestic view of the mountain ranges.
Mussoorie is an ideal destination and a perfect weekend getaway option for families residing in Delhi, Chandigarh and other cities close by to this hill station. As a result, weekends in Mussoorie tend to get crowded.