Municipal Gardens

Housing around 800 vibrant and diverse species of flowers, Municipal Gardens serve as an ideal stopover for tourists as well as locals to admire natural surroundings. Also known as Company Gardens, they boast fountains and a mini artificial lake, where visitors can indulge in boating. The ideal time to visit this place is from March to June and September to November.

The Mall

The heartbeat of Mussoorie, the Mall road is dotted with colonial buildings, set against the backdrop of the picturesque Doon Valley. A bustling shopping location, where visitors can buy memorabilia and various handmade products, the Mall also provides entertainment facilities like skating rinks and old-style video game parlours. After an exhausting day of shopping, visitors can unwind at a number of restaurants that line the road and offer exquisite local delicacies.

Mussoorie Lake

A man-made lake, Mussoorie Lake is situated 6 km away from the main town. Presenting an enthralling view of the Doon Valley, the pleasant surroundings of the lake make it a great picnic spot. Tourists can indulge in boating activities in the lake and the ideal time to visit is during monsoon.

Kempty Falls

Located at a height of 4,500 ft, Kempty Falls is situated about 13 km away from Mussoorie. It is one of the most preferred locations for locals and tourists to enjoy calm and soothing waterholes, along with activities such as boating, angling and camping. A trekking tour is available through the falls and takes one through crystal clear rivers and lush forests. It leads to Malsi Deer Park, Jwala Devi Temple and other major attractions of Mussoorie. Don't forget to carry your camera while visiting here as you are likely to find some captivating views. The water of the falls after flowing downwards meets the Yamuna Falls. Krmpty falls was established in the 1830s by a British officer for organising tea parties.

Camel�s Back Road

Camel's Back road is a 3 km stretch that gets its name from a natural cluster of rocks shaped like a camel's hump. The road connects two prominent locations--Library Point and Kulri Bazar. The slope adjacent to the road houses a colonial cemetery dating back to the mid-19th century. The road winds through rocky mountains and green woods and serves as an ideal place for tranquil nature walks. It also provides magnificent views of sunrises and sunsets.

Camel�s Back Road