A newly developed picnic spot build by City Board & Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority, having a facility of pedaled boats. It offers a enchanting view of Doon Valley and nearby villages. View during Night is marvelous.
The highest point in Mussoorie Lal Tibba is infested with leeches during rain, and with Military Services and broadcasting towers of AIR and Doordarshan. It is advised that you avoid traveling to this hill during monsoons, as there will be a lot of leeches and chances of you getting infected is very high.
This is the biggest waterfall and one of the most popular tourist spots of Mussoorie. If you visit during the summer, this is one place you simply have to go to because what can be better than going into a refreshingly cool waterfall on a hot summer day? At an altitude of 1,370 meters, the Kempty Falls are 15 kms from Mussoorie on the way to Yamnotri. The waterfall is located in a valley and the surrounding mountains provide not only a picturesque background but a feeling of being cocooned in the mountains.
Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple
It is named Tapkeshwar as water droplets, originating from a rock, fall on the Shivling placed in the shrine. People in large numbers participate in the fair organized on the occasion of Shivratri and pay their obeisance to the deity.
Jharipani Falls & Bhatt Falls
The Jharipani and the Bhatta Falls are two major waterfalls of Mussoorie. Jharipani Fall is located 8.5 m from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie-Jharipani Road and can be reached by a vehicle, up to a distance of 7 km. The rest of the journey (1.5 km) has to be covered on foot. Bhatta Fall is located on the Mussoorie- Dehradun Road and is an ideal spot for bathing and picnicking.
Nag Devata Temple
There is an ancient Nag Devta temple with is revered by the locals and tourists alike on the Cart Mackenjie Road,On Nag Panchami, the temple has a constant flow of visitors and devotees alike as it is considered highly auspicious to witness the pooja that is held on a large scale.
Jwala Mata Temple
Dedicated to Goddess 'Durga', this temple is situated atop the Benog Hill, at a height of 2100 m. Enveloped by thick forests from all sides; the temple poses a striking picture. Moreover, one can have breathtaking view of the Himalayan peaks, Doon Valley and the Yamuna valley from this site.
The most ancient church in the Himalayas built as per the Gothic architecture is the Christ Church. Built in 1836 AD the Church showcases the events in Jesus’ life on glass paintings. The church depicts crucifixion of Jesus in great details.
This is a newly developed tourist spot, which provides hotels and restaurants. It is a good picnic spot and has boating facilities available on the beautiful lake. Fairly close to Mussoorie, it comes 5 kms before the Kempty Falls on the Mussoorie-Kempty Road.
Happy Valley is a Tibetan colony where Tibetans fleeing the Chinese invasion of their homeland came and settled. These exiled people came here when the Dalai Lama fled from Lhasa. This is also where the Tibetan Temple is located.
During the colonial era, a gun was placed atop the hill and fired exactly at mid-day to announce the time. Thus, the place derived its name as 'Gun Hill'.Once accessible by a steep, narrow bridle path, Gun Hill can now be reached in just about four minutes by a ropeway set up in 1970. The 400 mts. ropeway connects the Mall to Gun Hill and makes for a thrilling trip. It offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas, Banderpunch, Gangotri, Pithwara, Srikantha to name a few and a bird's eye view of Mussoorie town and Doon Valley.
The Charlieveli Hotel was the first hotel to be constructed in Mussoorie. It is a very famous hotel, both in India and abroad. It was one of the hotels which was under Queen Mary, who later became Queen of Britain.
Camel’s Back Point
A beautiful promenade in Mussorie, Camel's Back Road is a 3 km stretch between Kulri Bazaar near rink Hall and Library Bazaar. It derives its name from a rock formation that resembles the back of a camel when it is seen from a point near the gate of Mussoorie Public School on the road. The entire stretch is lined with thick Deodar trees on both sides and is an ideal place for morning and evening walks.