Mussoorie


Mussoorie is locate in Uttarakhand in North India. Mussoorie is well known for the Scenic beauty and has views of Shiwalik Ranges and DoonValley. Trip to Mussoorie is very convenient as it is connected with Delhi and all other cities of India.

Tourist Sports



Trekking is a major activity in Mussoorie as there are quite a few trails which are ideal for nature walks. Gun Hills which is the highest peak of Mussoorie is one of the main attractions of the town. This 400 meter ride offers a view of the Himalayan ranges including Bunderpunch, Srikantha, Pithwara and Gangotri group and provides views of Mussoorie town and Doon Valley.

Well known waterfalls in Mussoorie include The Jharipani Falls, Bhatta Falls, and Kempty Falls. Dhanaulti - about 28 kms from Mussoorie, this spot is a quiet forest area converted into two Eco parks by the government.

Best Time to Visit Mussoorie



April to June is ideal time to visit Mussoorie and again during the months of September to November one can visit the hill station. Winter too has its own charm and many people, especially those living in warmer parts of the country, visit Mussoorie to experience the winter chill and see the snow-capped mountains.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011




     


     

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