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Top 7 Tourist Places To Visit In Mussoorie On Your Next Holiday In The Hills

Mussoorie is a picturesque hill station in the state of Uttarakhand, a few kilometres and a stunning road trip from Delhi. The scenic location is at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan Ranges and is also described as “The Queen Of Hills”. The best time to visit this little town is from mid-March to mid-November. The monsoon season in Mussoorie from June to August is very wet making the visit less desirable. We have curated a list of the best places to visit in Mussoorie on your next trip to these beautiful hills, from mesmerising waterfalls to beautiful valleys.

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7 Places To Visit In Mussoorie On Your Next Holiday

1. Lal Tibba

This famous peak in Mussoorie is at a very high altitude above sea level and provides beautiful views of the mountains, Kedarnath and Badrinath. You can also benefit from the binoculars installed at the cliff and enjoy the view of snow-capped peaks and also enjoy a romantic sunset at the peak.

2. Kempty Falls

Surrounded by mountain ranges, this serene waterfall gives a soothing experience with the sound of water falling through the hills and creating a natural pond to take a dip in.

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Kempty Falls at Mussoorie!

3. Gun Hill

This tourist point in Mussoorie has derived its name from the firing of canons during the British colonisation in the town. The peak is at a high altitude and offers spectacular views of the surrounding area.

4. Mussoorie Lake

Located at a distance of about 6 kilometres from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie-Dehradun road, the lake is a famous picnic spot in the vicinity. The lake is created by natural waterfalls and you can enjoy boat rides and water activities in it.

5. Christ Church

This famous Church in Mussoorie was built in the 18th century and is one of the oldest Churches in the area from the British era. The gothic architecture and structures of the Church make it worth visiting.

6. Sir George Everest’s House

This tourist attraction in Mussoorie is famous for its history, nature and trekking. The house was built in the 18th century and belonged to the surveyor and geographer Sir George Everest who stayed in Mussoorie for around 30 years. The house is accessible by road or a small trek away from the main road and gives a stunning view of the Doon valley.


The view from Sir George Everest’s House

7. The Mall Road

Just like Shimla and Manali, Mall Road in Mussoorie is just as charming. The local lanes of the road look gorgeous at night, lit up and cheerful. It is the best place to buy gifts and souvenirs to take back home. You can also enjoy piping hot momo at the local stalls on Mall Road.

Do visit these gorgeous tourist places in Mussoorie on your next trip.

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