Mussoorie – The Queen of Hills

In the state of Uttarakhand among the beautiful mountains and beauty spread by nature, various destinations attract tourists from many countries. One of these destinations is Mussoorie which is known for its beauty for ages. Mussoorie is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations of Uttarakhand, and you can easily reach this place from Dehradun. This beautiful hill station is situated at the height of more than 2000 meters above the sea level, and you will be completely surprised to see the greenery around this place. It is also known as the Queen of Hills as it is situated at the lower range of the Himalayan Mountains. The place also has some of the best waterfalls in the country, and you can easily spend a couple of days along with your family members at this location. The weather is convenient throughout the year, and you can also visit the place during the hot summer months as the destination will be very cool throughout the year.

Kempty Falls:

This is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Mussoorie, and the entire place was developed by the Britishers. The gigantic waterfalls along with the surrounding greenery will excite the tourists as they come here with their family for the vacation.

Gun Hill:

This hill is known as the second highest peak in the region, and you can get the awesome view of the Doon Valley and the Himalayan range from this point. You can easily access the place by using a cable car, and many tourists come here to enjoy the ride in the cable car.

The mall:

This is situated at the height of more than 2000 meters, and you will get to see the amazing beauty of the surrounding Hills from this location. It is one of the most visited tourist spots of Mussoorie, and you can easily enjoy your vacation at this place.

The Mussoorie Lake:

The astonishing fact about this place is that the lake is newly developed by the local authorities and you can enjoy boating and other activities at the lake. It is also the ideal place for local people to enjoy the weekend picnic.

Jharipani Fall:

It is situated about 9 km from Mussoorie, and you have to walk for some distance to reach the bottom of the waterfall. You can also have the complete view of the surrounding mountains, and the Shivalik Range of mountains adds a lot of beauty to the entire region.

Lal Tibba:

This is the topmost point of Mussoorie, and you can get the best view of the sunrise and sunset from this location. You will notice many photographers waiting for long hours at this place to get the best view of the sunset.

Jwala Devi Temple:

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga and situated on top of Binog Hill at an altitude of more than 2000 meters. The region is surrounded by deodar and oak trees, and you will get to view the green forest surrounding the hills.

Source: fogut.com