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11 Best Places to visit in Mussoorie

Mussoorie is a hill station located in the Dehradun district of the state of Uttarakhand. It is popular as the Queen of Hills. It is located at an altitude of 1880 meters above sea level at the foothills of the great mountain Himalayas.

Here are 11 best places to visit in Mussoorie:

Kempty Falls is a gorgeous waterfall and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Mussoorie.

Gun Hill also known as Gun View Point, Perched at an altitude of 400 feet, is the second highest point in Mussoorie.

Bhatta Falls is one of the most visited tourist attractions near Mussoorie. It is cocooned in a quaint hamlet called Bhatta village

Jharipani Falls is nestled in the solemn vistas of Barlow Ganj, Mussoorie. This colossal waterfall cascades with vigour to form icy cool natural pools here.

Lal Tibba which literally suggests “Red Hill” is the highest peak in Mussoorie hill station. It is snuggled in the Landour area

Company Garden also known as “Company Bagh” is a Municipal Garden is located in the heart of Mussoorie. This well-manicured, lush garden is one of the most visited places in Mussoorie.

Mall road braced by the “Queen of Hills” is one of the liveliest places to stroll in Mussoorie. The Mall sees the best crowd in Mussoorie

Mussoorie Lake is a man-made lake developed as a picnic spot by the City Board and the Mussoorie Dehradun Developmental Authority.

Clouds End is located about 7.5 km away from Mussoorie Library road. With clouds drifting away like fleeting ships at the harbour, the beauty of Clouds End Mussoorie makes the heart skip a beat.

Camels Back road in Mussoorie is one such place where you won’t find the dessert ship but the view of towering peaks. This isolated road stretches from Kulri Bazaar to all the way up to Library Chowk

Christ Church, set in the luscious surroundings of Mussoorie, is a historic and religious site located near the busy Mall road. The church is a work of art left by the British Raj.