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Mall Road - 0.8 KM

Located in the heart of mussoorie city, The Mall is famous for picturesque views of the Doon valley. The Mall is also a prominent shopping locaition in Mussoorie. It has Library Chowk at one end and Picture Palace 2 km away which is the other end. In between there are shops and shops and shops, hotels, restaurants and hotels, coffee shop

Soham Heritage Centre - 1.8 KM

Located on the Chamunda Peeth Temple Road is a private enterprise based to preserve the rich Himalayan heritage by showcasing the cultural diversity of the Himalayas through paintings, murals, scrap art, frescoes and artefacts. This popular tourist attraction is strategically located in the midst of Oak and Deodar forest.

Camel Back Road - 2 KM

Camel's Back Road is a four-kilometre-long stretch, named after a natural cluster of rocks that are shaped like a camel’s hump. With its beautiful views of the surrounding hills at sunset and sunrise, it is ideal for early morning and late evening walks. Horse rides and rickshaw rides are also available. Surrounded by rocky mountains and green woods, its perfect for a tranquil break from the hustle-bustle of Mussoorie’s Mall Road.

Gun Hill - 2 KM

Said to be an extinct volcano, the Gun Hill is the second highest point in the entire area of Mussoorie standing tall at an altitude of 2024 meters! The scene from the top of this hill is a panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan ranges right beside the widespread Doon Valley and Mussoorie town. The Gun Hill, located 400 ft above the Mall Road, is a popular attraction, especially amongst the photographers and nature lovers. The highlight of Gun Hill is the ropeway which provides a scenic view of the Himayalan ranges.

Lal Tibba - 3.3 KM

Located on the top of Depot Hill in Landour, being the highest point in the area, Lal Tibba is one of the most stunning viewpoints in the region. The name literally translates to 'red hill'. The telescopes installed here offer panoromic views of the Nilkantha peak in Badrinath, Kedarnath peak and Banderpoonch range.

Jabarkhet Nature Reserve - 5.8 KM

Jabarkhet Wildlife Reserve boasts of being the first privately owned and operated wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand, which is also the first of its kind in all of India. Spread over 100 acres of land, the reserve is home to an extensive variety of rare plants, insects, reptiles, animals, trees, birds and mammals.

Shedup Choepelling Temple - 6.2 KM

Shedup Choepelling Temple, colloquially referred as Tibetan Buddhist Temple, is among the most popular shrines in the region. Established by the Tibetan community of Mussoorie, this shrine is an astounding example of Tibetan architecture. The bright interior walls, clay lamps, prayer flags and the surrounding blooming flowers add immense beauty to this shrine. Located favourably in the picturesque Happy Valley, this temple offers a sensational view of the snow-capped mountains and green valleys of Mussoorie.

Company Garden - 6.5 KM

Company Garden is a well maintained picnic spot with a mini lake, a flower garden and an amusement park in it. Also known as Municipal Garden, it is one of the best spots for picnic.

George Everst's House - 9 KM

Also known as 'The Park Estate', Everest House is a former home, observatory, and laboratory of the Surveyor General of India, Sir George Everest. The building used to be an observatory to observe the mountains demarcating the boundaries of British India and measure the height of world's greatest peaks. Apart from this, the location also offers spectacular views of the snow-clad Himalayan peaks and panoramic views of the Doon Valley.

Benog Wildlife Sanctuary - 9.7 KM

Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is an ideal site for bird watching and capturing gorgeous views of the surrounding Chaukhamba and Bandarpunch Peaks. Famous for its almost-extinct mountain quails, deer, leopards and red-billed blue magpie, the Wildlife Sanctuary is well known to house rare species of birds and offers an excellent trail of pine-clad slopes surrounded by Himalayan peaks.

Cloud's End - 10 KM

Cloud's end marks the end of Mussoorie. It is covered by thick oak and deodar forest and tracks. This place offers a great view of Aglar River Valley. Another major attraction at Cloud's End is a heritage building set up by a Britisher in 1838, which is one of the oldest buildings in Mussoorie. Tourists often club the visit to Cloud's End with the famous attractions nearby - Jwala Devi Temple and Benong Wildlife Sanctuary.

Jwala Devi Temple - 10 KM

This is a novel temple which does not have an idol. It is believed the Goddess resides in the holy flames of the temple which miraculously burn day and night without any fuel from outside. The flames represent the nine forms of Goddess Durga - Mahakali, Annapurna, Chandi, Hinglaj, Vindhya Vasini, Mahalakshmi, Saraswati, Ambika and Anji Devi. Located at an divine altitude atop Benog Hills, the Jwala Devi Temple offers lovely view of the Doon Valley and the milky white Yamuna.

Kempty Falls - 20 KM

The name of Kempty Falls is taken from the terms ""camp and tea"" implying the elaborate tea parties that were once organized here in evenings eventually leading to a localized name Kempty. The pond formed at the bottom of the falls makes an excellent spot for swimming and bathing. Kempty Falls offers a mesmerizing panoramic view as the water falls from the mountains.

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