Mussoorie is a popular hill station situated in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges in Uttarakhand. With its scenic beauty and pleasant climate Mussoorie is a popular summer retreat destination.
Mussoorie was the intended terminus of the Great Survey of India in 1832. The 14th Dalai Lama was at first established in Mussoorie during the 1959 Tibetan Rebellion.
Mussoorie is well connected by road to major cities in North India. Dehradun is the nearest rail station.
Mussoorie is a famous hill station in northern India. Known as the â€˜Queen of Hillsâ€™, it is known for its breathtaking views, green hills and scenic surroundings. Due to its location, Mussoorie has been called the gateway to the Yamunotri and Gangotri shrines. Its pleasant weather is the main attraction of Mussoorie and the reason it is a popular tourist destination during the summers.
One of the main attractions of the town is the ropeway ride to the top of Gun Hills. This exciting ride offers a spectacular view of the Himalayan ranges. Mussoorie is also a popular destination for activities like trekking, walking and horse riding.
Kempty Falls on the Dehradun-Mussoorie road is another prime attraction. Besides natural attraction, Mussoorie also is home to various well known places of worship such as the Nag Devta Temple,Surkanda Devi shrine, Shedup Choepelling Temple, Jwala Devi Temple and Christ Church.
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