Places worth visiting in Mussoorie

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Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station in the foothill of Garhwal Himalaya range. The location, climate, and scenic beauty make this place a must-visit for everyone. There are so many interesting things to do and best places to visit in Mussoorie.

Some of the tourist places in Mussoorie that you must visit are the temples of Mussoorie. There are two temples that you must visit: Mussoorie Nag Devta Temple, situated on Mackenzie Road, about 6 km from Mussoorie and Jwalaji Temple(Benog Hill) which is 35 Km from Kangra and 56 Km from Dharamsala. Thousands of devotees flock Naga Devta Temple on Nag panchmi. Jwalaji Temple is dedicated to the goddess of Jwalamukhi, the deity of flaming mouth.

Few other places to visit in Mussoorie are Lal Tibba, Camel’s back road, Gun Hill, Christ Church etc.

Situated at the top of depot hill, Lal Tibba is one of the highest points of the Mussoorie and has an elevation of 2275 meters from the sea level. Do take your camera with you if you don’t want to miss the mesmerizing scenic beauty from this height. The municipal corporation has erected a telescope so that everyone can have a great view from there.

The 3 km long road is named Camel Back Road due to the presence of a natural layout of rocks shaped like a camel hump at the end of the road. If you love walking, go for it!

Another place called Gun Hill is a very exciting and adventurous place. If you want to experience the cable car ride and love sightseeing from a height then this place is definitely for you.

You will find some of the most magical and breath-taking falls of India like Kempty Falls, Lake Mist, Bhatta Falls, Jharipani Falls, Mossy Falls, etc all in Mussoorie. You will get connected to nature once you take bath in these falls. The water is crystal clear and clean. Especially the Kempty falls is the best of all if you are planning to visit it with your family.

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