Happy Valley of Mussoorie is famous for many Tibetan temples and city gardens.
Mall Road of Mussoorie is one of the famous market here.
Famous travel destinations of Mussoorie: Many people like to explore the famous hill stations of the country during the winter season. In such a situation, trips to hill stations like Shimla, Manali and Nainital are the first choice of most tourists. At the same time, exploring Mussoorie can also prove to be a good option for you. If you are planning to visit Mussoorie this time, then you can make your trip memorable by visiting some beautiful places.
One of the famous hill stations of Uttarakhand, Mussoorie is called the queen of hills. On the other hand, the beauty of Mussoorie, situated in the lap of the Himalayas, increases even more in winter. In such a situation, a visit to some famous places of Mussoorie can be best for you. Come let’s know about some beautiful destinations of Mussoorie in winters, whose sight can add charm to your journey.
Kempty Falls Waterfall
Kempty Falls, located between Dehradun and Mussoorie, the capital of Uttarakhand, is one of the famous picnic spots here. Kempty Falls, located at an altitude of about 4500 km above sea level, also has a 40 feet high waterfall. Due to which Kempty Fall is also the all time favorite spot of tourists coming to Mussoorie.
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Tibetan Buddhist Temple
Happy Valley of Mussoorie is famous for many Tibetan temples and city gardens. More than 5000 Tibetan people live in this valley. Due to which Happy Valley of Mussoorie is also called Mini Tibet. In such a situation, during the tour of Happy Valley, you can see the Buddhist temple’s meditation hall, panels and attractive paintings on the ceiling, as well as the Benog Hill circuit built in the temple.
Camel’s Back Road
You can see a beautiful camel-shaped rock on Camel’s Back Road, located 3 km from Library Stand in Mussoorie. At the same time, sitting on this rock, you can also see the peaks of the Himalayas closely. Along with this, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri and Nanda Devi peaks can also be easily seen from Camel’s Back Road.
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Lal Tibba i.e. Red Hill is also present in Landour at a distance of 5.5 km from the library stand. Lal Tibba, which is included in the famous travel destination of Mussoorie, is considered to be the highest point of Mussoorie. Army camp, Doordarshan Tower and All India Rodeo are also located on this Red Hill. Along with this, you can also see the peaks of Badrinath, Kedarnath and Himalayas closely from the telescope installed on Red Hill.
Mall Road, located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the Library Stand of Mussoorie, is one of the famous markets here. By visiting the Mall Road, you can also see beautiful benches and lampposts built on the roadside. Apart from this, you can also shop for Tibetan trinkets and wonderful wooden artworks in the Mall Road.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : December 08, 2022, 17:15 IST