Places to Visit In Mussoorie
A trip to Mussoorie offers you a wide range of choices to make when it comes to sightseeing. This hill stations has numerous tourist spots in and around the town which injects more fun and excitement into your trip.
Kempty Falls: Mussoorie is a picturesque hilly area canvasing amazing craftsmanship of nature. The place has many waterfalls, among which Kempty Falls is the most popular one. This gigantic waterfall rushes to the ground and generates a captive whirlpool of streams before hitting the bottom. Discovered by a British man, Kempty Falls remains one of the busiest tourist spot in Mussoorie. Since its discovery, more than 150 years ago, this falls serves as a perfect picnic spot or a day out destination. Kemplt Falls is just 15 kilometres away from Mussoorie which means a single day is enough to complete the trip from town to falls and then back to Mussoorie.
LalTibba: LalTibba is another popular tourist destination in Mussoorie. It is the top point of the highest peak in Mussoorie. From LalTibba, one can get a panoramic view of the long mountain trails of Garwal Himalayan range. You can take a fascinating look at all major peaks including Kedarnath, Badrinath, Banderpunch with a telescope installed back in 1967. Enjoy a fantastic sunrise and equally mesmerizing sunset from LalTibba. This tourist spot is cradled at the Depot Hill in Langdour. LalTibba is just 5.5 kilometres far from Mussoorie which can be covered with a ride of 15 – 20 minutes.
Camel Back Road: Camel Back Road is a perfect example of nature's tranquillity along with a sense of amusement. Because of its unusual rock formation, this spot is now a must visit to every visitor's list. A peaceful and calm walk through the green forest and hills leads you to a small camel back shaped ridge. This tourist spot is just 3 kilometres away from Mussoorie. On your way to Camel Back Road, you can relish the spectacular view of Doon Valley. You can reach the spot either by walk or by rickshaw from Mussoorie town.