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Plan a Reinvigorating Trip to Mussoorie with Your Family

Alok Kumar
Plan a Reinvigorating Trip to Mussoorie with Your Family

Mussoorie is a small town in the district of Dehradun in the state of Uttarakhand. To the south of this beautiful breathtaking hill station lies the Doon valley. The North and North East is surrounded by the Himalayas.

How to Plan A Trip to Mussoorie?

If you are still confused as to how to plan a trip to the major attractions in Mussoorie and when to do what then worry not, TourTravelWorld is here to help you. You can visit our web page and we will plan a customized Mussoorie travel package for you and your family because that’s what friends and guides do.

Places To Visit In Mussoorie

Mussoorie has several spots of tourist attraction and it should be noted that Mussoorie has been noted as one of those places whose primary Economy depends upon tourism. The places to visit in Mussoorie are as follows:

1. Kempty Falls-

Visiting a hill station and not spotting a waterfall from the car window sounds like a very dull option. Well, that is not going to happen in Mussoorie. The Kempty Falls is one of the most well-known waterfalls of this place and surrounded by the mountains its majestic views are bound to boil your blood. A splash in the cold chilly water can also be a source of thrill which this place offers.

2. Mossy Fall-

Have you ever visited the place where angels reside? If you haven’t then Mossy fall is the place. The only thing that can make you feel close to nature is the green moss that has settled upon the rocks over years and now gives out the heavenly beauty.

3.Mussoorie Lake-

This is an artificial lake that has been developed by the authorities and is well maintained. This is an entertainment spot and a good place, especially for families and children.

4. Lal Tibba-

Visiting Mussoorie without visiting this place would be an injustice. This is the highest peak of this region and the Japanese telescope gives a splendid view of the entire town from above this peak. This place is one of the most famous places to visit in Mussoorie in August.

5. The Mall Road-

This is a place where lazy evenings can be spent very well. It is that particular spot from which you can catch the beautiful Duns (longitudinal valley between Himachal and Shiwalik). This place does not have much but at the end of this road, the rock formation seems like a camel’s hunch hence also the name Camel’s Back Road.

6. Gun Hill-

You have often watched in movies how thrilling the Cable Car rides are. Well here’s the chance Mussoorie’s famous cable car rides is here. Gun Hill is the place where Cable Car rides are an experience in itself.

7. Sir George Everest’s House Museum

Do I need to explain who this person was? Yes, famous Welsh Geographer and explorer Sir George Everest who is claimed to calculate the height of Everest for the first time was so mesmerized by the beauty of Mussoorie that he stayed there for almost three decades. His house is now a Museum. Well, if anything then you can be proud of the fact that Sir Everest and you have something in common and that you both liked Mussoorie too much.

8. Cloud’s End

The endpoint of Mussorie where clouds gush in and give the lone traveler’s feeling. This is the end of Mussoorie and the deodar and oak forest add a sad tone to this place. This is a beautiful place and is a must-visit.

9. Happy Valley- Although Cloud’s End seems to be a sad place howsoever the climax of this very place is the Happy Valley. This is the place that houses the Famous IAS Coaching center which is known all over North India and a Tibetan Temple. Hence, this place is a heaven on Earth.

Visiting Times For Mussoorie

March to June is the ideal time to visit this place. Avoid to visit during monsoon. Monsoon starts after June and it exists till September. If you like snowfall then from last week of October to till mid- Feb is also a good time.

Alok Kumar
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