A peaceful place in the hill-town where you can spend quality time with your family and friends in nature to boost your inner-peace. Stay at this picturesque site and watch the mesmerizing sunset at the backdrop of its scenic vistas. Wake-up the next morning and witness the gorgeous sunrise reviving the hills and beings. Camel's Back Road is suitable for horse riding, walking and beautiful sunset views of the Himalayas. A superb rock formation, with a life-like resemblance to a sitting camel can be seen from this spot.
Kempty Falls is located about 15 km away on the Yamunotri road. It is a popular and picturesque waterfall noted as an ideal bathing and picnic site which is located in the beautiful valley surrounded by the high mountains. The bath at the foot of the falls is refreshing. From Kempty Falls, the area west to the Yamuna gorge is being declared as a sanctuary. This sanctuary is rich in bird life, and also has some wildlife including leopards.
Rock climbing and rappelling awaits the adventure aficionados in Mussoorie. These adventures have been the trendiest among the mountaineering based sports. Mussoorie has various sizes of rocks so you have a choice of rock or mountain to climb-up your physical and mental strength.
Blossoming with colourful flowers the park is situated near The Mall in Mussoorie. It is a sheer delight to visit this park blooming with natural wonders and a treat for botanical buffs. The place is maintained by Municipal Garden added with a mini lake and an artificial waterfall which attracts massive tourists and locals to this place making it a picnic-spot and a children's amusement park with ample space. Also, it has adventurous rides and paddle boating facility in its small artificial lake. The Municipal Gardens or the Company Bagh was previously (before independence) known as Botanical gardens of Mussoorie. Famous geologist, Dr. H. Fackner laid the foundations of these gardens in the last century.
One of those sites in Mussorie that a tourist must put on the top of their bucket list. The spot is a famous attraction amongst both locals and visitors. Its verdant beauty makes it an ideal picnic paradise for vacationers, albeit it is artificial bur remains a fascinating lake of the hill-town. The artificial Mussoorie Lake is situated about 6 km short of Mussoorie on the way from Dehradun. The Mussoorie Lake is a delightful spot where paddle-boats are available. It commands an enchanting view of Doon valley and nearby villages.
Mussoorie is renowned for paragliding in India. There are many paragliding operators in Mussoorie, and the flying experience is undertaken by professional pilots with good amount of flying experience. But it does require some training for tourists. You will be imparted with some training lessons beforehand, to make be absolutely safe.
The Mall is the main shopping area in Mussoorie. The Mall Road connects the two bazaars, Kulri and Library. It is the heart of the town. Alongside the Mall is the tourist office, rows of Tibetan trinket and sweater vendors and shops selling walking sticks and cane items. Cycle rickshaws can be seen here, plying down the Mall. The Mall is the starting point for the cable car towards the summit of Gun Hill, 2142 m above sea level. On clear days, the peaks of Kedarnath, Badrinath and Nanda Devi can be seen from this hill clearly.
Mussoorie is full of majestic landscapes. Beautiful mountains and verdant valleys make hiking, camping and trekking expeditions hard to forget. There are plenty of trekking and camping options while you explore the natural exuberance in Mussoorie. Some important trekking spots for your next adventure can be Bhadraj Temple and forest trek, Nag Tibba Summit and Har Ki Dun trek and the Yamuntri Saptarishi Kund trek.
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