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Mussoorie is situated at a distance of of about 250 miles from Delhi. This is a very well known hill station. It has been accorded the title of the 'queen of hills' for its stupendous beauty. The scenic beauty of the place drag tourists from different parts of India. Mussoorie is situated at an elevation of 7000 feet above the sea level. This hill station was discovered by an army officer in 1827 whose name was Young.

Mussoorie gives an astounding sight of the mighty snow covered Himalayas. The visit to Mussoorie will leave a cherished memory of the place in your mind even after years. This town gives a spectacular view of the Doon Valley. Another good thing about Mussoorie is its pleasant weather.

The best time to visit this place is either between mid April to mid May or September to November. The winters are spine chilling whereas the summers are warm with a pleasant climate. The Kempty Waterfall is very famous throughout India for being the largest waterfall. Trekking in India has attracted many who loves adventuring. Nag Tibba in Mussoorie is an ideal trekking spot.

Mussoorie has turned into a major tourist hub over the years. Many hotels and resorts have come up into Mussoorie. The local transport includes rickshaws and taxis.

Some of the most well known institutes of Mussoorie are the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Waverley Convent, Defense Institute of Work Studies and so on.

There is a mall in Mussoorie that is crowded with shops selling local hilly jeweleries, hand made crafts, cane made baskets, antique articles and many more beautiful items.

Tourist Attractions in Mussoorie

Tibetan Buddhist Temple

Category : Religious

Set up by the Tibetan population in Mussoorie, the Tibetan Buddhist temple is also known as Shedup Choepelling temple and is located on the Happy Valley road close to the IAS Academy. The temple can be visited between 7 am to 5 pm.Dalai Lama took refuge in Mussoorie after he fled Tibet and was granted land in Dharamshala by the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.The Tibetan Buddhist templ...

Camel Back Road

Category : Nature

True to its name, this road is a stretch of 4 km and is a natural layout of rocks shaped like the camel’s hump back. The Camel’s Back road originates from Library point and leads straight to the Kulri Bazaar, and is visible from the Mussoorie Public School. A perfect spot for morning and evening walks, this patch promises an enriching experience for those who witness the magic of sun ...

Clouds End

Category : Nature

As the name suggests, the Cloud’s end is the end of Mussoorie. Located at a distance of about 6 km west of the Library, the Cloud’s end can be reached through the Hathipaon road from Happy Valley. Continue staying on your right till the road reaches a fork. Thick jungles cover the entire area, and a 2 km walk further up takes you to the Benog Wildlife sanctuary.This stretch promises a ...

Gun Hill

Category : Nature

The history of Gun Hill dates back to the pre-independence period. It is said that a canon was fired from the Gun Hill every afternoon to help people know the time and adjust their watches. At a height of about 400 ft above the Mall, the Gun Hill now accommodates the water reservoir of Mussoorie.A ropeway ride can take you to the Gun Hill or you can take a bridle path that deviates from the Mall. ...