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Mussoorie - Where Your Holidays Romance With hills
Mussoorie is one of the surreal hill stations in India which is often shrouded by clouds layering the whole town. Small huts gently placed on slopy ridges, encompassed by lush-green fauna of nature, shape the entire scene to the most stunning landscapes in Uttarakhand.
Mussoorie, famously known as ‘Queen of Hills’, is decked with some of the most rural locations in Garhwal Himalayas. The town was once a hideout for the Britishers.
The colonial structures all over this hill town prove their love for Mussoorie. The Queen of Hills is adored by many surreal historical sites and landscapes that are going to make your trip a beautiful memory that will last forever.
Trip to Mussoorie
You can easily reach Dehradun by rail, road and air. Direct flights to Doon are available from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur etc. By road, Mussoorie is 35 km from Dehradun, the capital city of Uttarakhand. The zig-zag route to the hill town will pump your lungs with fresh air breezes, praising your face. It takes one and a half hour to reach the library hall - the centre of Mussoorie.
Staying Here: Ah! That must be your dream
Ever wondered that when you wake up the other morning, flora and fauna of the hill town praises your being which creates an adrenaline rush in your veins. Staying in Mussoorie is a dream that everyone wants to accomplish with mystic cottages, hotels adoring the perfect nature view from your window. Hotels and cottages at charming locations profuse the purpose of dwelling in Mussorie.
Hot and sizzling food in Queen Of Hills- It serves all tastes
The cold weather here, throughout the year, make it the revered place for foodies. From Dimsums to Thukpas and momos, you just can’t get away from the delicious food - Mussoorie has it for you. Paranthas and Omelettes at the famous Chardukan area of the hill town appetizes the desi taste buds. It is often visited by celebrities like Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and some bollywood stars.
Time for some activities
Take a walking trail to absorb in Mussoorie’s aura
Mussoorie is a nature’s bliss which incites romantic poetry. It rests a collection of nature valleys.
The mesmerizing landscapes will make you fall in love with the hill town. The scintillating aroma of its forest, mist in the air, and ambience make it an extraordinary experience in life. A walking trail, beginning from Library road to Happy Valley to Clouds End will not only rejuvenate your mind body and soul but soaks you in the atmosphere of Mussoorie. Mountains help us to know ourselves better and walking on the lanes here, will succour your composure. Trekking and camping in mystic locations are another way to bring ecstasy to your vacationing.
If Trekking is your passion, you are here
Trekking is a popular adventure activity among travellers arriving in Mussoorie. The proximity of several hills makes this place ideal for trekking. You can go can for a hike through several routes such as the Agalar River, Park Estates, Bhadraj Jungle, Lal Tibba and Nag Tibba.
Some Local Excursion that you must visit
The place resembles a picturesque view of the sunset and a life like a tissue. One can enjoy hiking and horse here.
Survey the massive spread of hill ranges
George Everest is one of the most visited heritage sites in Mussoorie. The location of the house is significant, and in George Everest's time, it was used as an observatory to see the mountains marking the boundaries of British India. From here, a spectacular view of the Doon Valley and the Himalayan range can be seen. It is located at a distance of about 8 km from Mussoorie.
You can enjoy an exciting ropeway ride to Gun Hill, the second-highest peak of Mussoorie (2122 m). The hill provides a vast view of the Himalayan ranges, Dehradun and scenic stretch of Mussoorie.
Situated on the Mussoorie - Dehradun road, the Mussoorie Lake is a beautiful picnic spot where many travellers stop while commuting between the two cities.
11 km south of Library Point is an old sanctuary established in 1993 and covering an area of ??339 Hectare. It is famous for the extinct bird species.
Shoes Up! Here we have taken you through some of the illustrious things-to-do in Mussoorie. Write to us if there is more in your wishlist, we will discuss and plan for you. Don’t forget to share your experiences in the hill town.