Mussoorie The Queen Of Hills
Mussoorie The Queen Of Hills
From an altitude of more than 6150 ft, views of Doon Valley, the surrounding hills and greenery could be glimpsed from anywhere one stands in Mussoorie. Mists hanging over Dun Valley and the forests of Pine are just the beginning of the spell that casted over this hill destination. As the 'Baby Sun' opens eyes for the dawn, life in small houses down the slopes and in the hotels and resorts for tourists here starts getting stirred to lovely wakening. The curvy road which resembles to the back of double-humped camel and water falling with all the majesty one can associate with it, are some of the ways to become aware of being in Mussoorie Hill Station, but these are not alone.
Top Tourist Attractions in Mussoorie Mussoorie is among those places where footprints of the British Past left on Indian Territory could still be seen. However, this is not the only noticeable facet of this place. Visiting temples with their myths and legends and rituals to worship accentuates the feel. That gets even better with all the picnic points in the lap of Nature. Have some idea about the attractions of this place reading the list.
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Mussoorie is among those places where footprints of the British Past left on Indian Territory could still be seen. However, this is not the only noticeable facet of this place. Visiting temples with their myths and legends and rituals to worship accentuates the feel. That gets even better with all the picnic points in the lap of Nature. Have some idea about the attractions of this place reading the list.
Lake Mist Just 5 Km before reaching Kempty Falls, tourist can get the feel of starting of great times at Lake Mist on Mussoorie holidays.
Mussoorie Lake Dehradoon road houses this lake which has now emerged as popular place for picnic and boating. Night views are told to be particularly heart-stirring.
Gun Hill Firing cannon from the hill at a particular time of day was once idea to match the watches by the residents and thus the name of the hill. Rope way and trekking are common mode to reach here.
Cloud's End Denoting the geographical end of the Mussoorie the point is becomes a great vantage point for the sights this hill station has to offer.
The Mall This remains the iconic point of Mussoorie which tourists look for stepping for the first time in this hill city.
Landour Bazaar, Library Bazaar and Sisters Bazaar are some of the nice places where locals as well as tourists hang out. Landour Bazaar is known for the tranquility which its trademark where as Sister Bazaar is more of a residential area where famous personalities own houses.
Surkanda Devi Temple Only for sturdy legs, the temple demands trek of 2 Km before one gets to see the deity represented by the stone sculpture. 35 Km away from the city it is located at around 10000 ft.
Falls Various falls are known for accentuating the appeal of Mussourie and some of the well known names are Kempty Falls, Jharipari Falls, Bhatta Falls and Mossy Falls.
Best Time to Visit Mussoorie
September to June thus remains the best time for traveling Mussoorie for all ages and groups of individuals.
BY AIR Jollygrant Airport Dehradun which is nearest to Mussoorie, from where it could be reach by hiring Taxi.
BY RAIL This hill destination is well connected with all the major cities by train through nearest railway station being Dehradoon as well with others like Haridwar, Ambala Cant, Muradabad, Delhi.
BY ROAD Buses from various locations like Delhi, Haridwar, Dehradoon, Chandigarh, etc are easily available. Option of hiring a car or taxi or taking one's own car to Mussoorie is not at all a bad idea if prepared enough for road journey.