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Mussoorie is the hill station located in Dehradun, Uttrakhand. It is one of the most popular hill stations in the country. It is the perfect place for those who like to travel. Those who like to travel and those who love mountains and hills, this place is perfect for them. This is an awesome place as it has top hotels that provide every facility for their tourist. It is the perfect place where tourists can enjoy in summer holidays.

Mussoorie offers a great scenic view of Himalayas which are located in western Garhwal. Mussoorie is the best hill station as tourists can view superb scenes of snow capped mountains which seem to be so closer that you feel like touching them as if you are on the peaks.

*      Dhanaulti

Dhanaulti is also an awesome hill station located 24 km away from Mussoorie from where tourists can see The Doon Valley and snow-covered Garhwal Himalayas clearly.

*      Camel's Back Road

Camel's Back Road is best for long walks.  People who want to walk in a quiet area and wise to enjoy the beauty of mountains can visit camel’s back road. The road which suggests the name of a rocky outcrop is in the shape of a Camel's hump. It also has hotels and motels. 

*      Gun Hill

Gun Hill is the second highest point of Mussoorie and is accessed by cable car from the Mall road. It is the second-highest spot after Lal Tibba. Here, Britishers did the reckless firing during their time. So this place is known as Gun Hill.

*      Kempty Falls

The Kempty Falls is the waterfall in between mountains which comes from above mountains where tourists come and enjoy in summers.

*      Lake Mist

About before Kempty Falls on the Mussoorie-Kempty road is Lake Mist, through this flows the Kempty River with its small waterfalls. The resort of Lake Mist also provides hotels, restaurant facilities and boating.

*      Municipal Garden

The Municipal Garden provides an artificial mini-lake with paddle boats and it also provides a large number of flower species which you rarely see in our country.

*      Mussoorie Lake

The newly developed Mussoorie Lake was built by the City Board and Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority. The lake provides pedal boats and views of Doon Valley from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie-Dehradun road. It also provides paragliding and many adventurous games which the tourists can enjoy.

*      Bhatta Falls

Bhatta Falls are also water falls on the Mussoorie-Dehradun Road near the village of Bhatti.

*      Sir George Everest's House

At Park Estate there are the remains of the building and laboratory of Sir George Everest, the Surveyor-General of India from 1830 to 1843. After George Everest world's highest peak Mt. Everest is named. It is 6 km from Gandhi Chowk and a walk from Library Bazaar.

*      Nag Devta Temple

The ancient Nag Devta Temple is dedicated to Snake God Lord Shiva; it is on Cart Mackenzie Road in Mussoorie. There are vehicles provided to the temple, which also offers a view of Mussoorie and the Doon Valley.

*      Cloud End

Cloud End is surrounded by thick deodar forest. The bungalow which is built-in 1838 by a British major was one of the first four buildings in Mussoorie and now it has been converted to a hotel.

*      Benog Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary which is open to the public provides a woodland habitat for indigenous birds, and animals.

*      Mall Road

Mall Road, is the pathway with architectural evidence of a colonial past, there is a shopping area at the centre of Mussoorie, and contains shops, cafes, video game establishments, skating rinks, a Tibetan market place, and a Methodist church.

*      Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba, also called Depot Hill because military use that point as a military depot. Lal Tibba is the highest point in Mussoorie with views of the town and its surroundings like the Himalayan peaks. With the help of Japanese telescope tourists can view Himalayan ranges including Badrinath, Kedarnath and Bander punch.

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