Haridwar to Mussoori



The journey from Haridwar to Mussoorie offers the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore the heterogeneous topography of the region. One of the prominent weekend trips from Haridwar, the local inhabitants and the tourists as well prefer to travel to Mussoorie to experience the exotic Himalayan mountain ranges of Uttaranchal.

The hill station of Mussoorie is situated at a height of 6,578 feet above the sea level. Far from the maddening crowd, the serene and calm surrounding of Mussoorie relieves the tourists from the stress and strains of daily mundane life. The tourists usually prefer to visit Mussoorie from Haridwar by road via Dehradun.

Located besides the sacred River Ganges, Haridwar is well connected with the rest of India by good roads and well organized railway system. The tourists can avail the several train services to reach the holy place of Haridwar.

After the local sightseeing of the sacred place, the enthusiastic travelers drive toward the Garhwal mountain ranges and comfortably reach Mussoorie.

Mussoorie provides the tourists with an excellent scope to enjoy the bounty of nature. Surrounded by high hills, Mussoorie was a favorite place of Englishmen during the ancient times. Endowed with natural scenic beauty, Mussoorie has several places of tourist interests like the Mall, Lal Tibba, Kempty Falls and Landour Bazaar.

Full of adventure and excitement, the tourists thoroughly enjoy their trip to the enchanting Himalayan ranges from Haridwar. Most of the tourists prefer to travel down to Haridwar from Delhi and then move to the higher altitudes of Mussoorie.

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Last Updated on 14 April 2011



     


     

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