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About Mussoorie
Mussoorie, located almost 35 km away from Dehradun, is nestled in the foothills of the Himalayan Range. It has been popular since colonial years of India, and is one of the most visited and admired hill stations in India. Mussoorie is best visited between mid-March to mid-November. December to February should be avoided as the rains during monsoons and the cold during the winters make it pretty inaccessible.
Kempty Falls
Kempty Falls is a magnificent waterfall and recreation area set in the lap of a green valley. It’s a favorite hangout of local residents, who come to cool off in waterholes, have fun with relaxed boating activities and enjoy scenic picnics. A British officer established Kempty Falls in the 1830s as a place for the British Raj to hold tea parties. The waterfall’s name is rumored to stem from the colloquial name of Camp Tea. Follow the walkways and bridges that lead from the falls’ entrance to vantage points. Marvel as the milky-white water cascades down a cliff face before bouncing off rocks and into a manmade waterhole. Admire the verdant foliage that frames both sides of the waterfall. Listen to the invigorating sounds of the rushing water, which mingles with the excited cheering of visitors.

Jharipani Falls
The cascading Jharipani Falls is located on Mussoorie-Jharipani road about 9 km from Mussoorie. From here one needs to cover a favourable distance of 1.5 km either by bus, car or on foot to reach the waterfall. The enchanting Jharipani Falls offers a picturesque view of the Shivalik Range. One can also spot varied species of wild flowers, creepers and shrubs that are found in abundance near the waterfall. On the other side of the waterfall, you can also savour an enchanting view of the beautiful Doon Valley and steep farming fields. The Jharipani fall is an ideal place for picnicking.

Mossy Falls
Mossy Falls is a horse tail waterfall located in Randolph, New Hampshire in the White Mountains on the Short Line Trail in King's Ravine headed up towards Mount Adams and Mount Madison (Both above 5,000' elevation). It is roughly 3 miles from Route 2, from the Appalachia Parking Lot. The hike is moderate to difficult. The fall gets its name from the mossy growth surrounding it in lush green shades.7 km from Mussoorie, Mossy fall, comparatively smaller but interesting fall, is a beautiful tourist spot surrounded by a dense forest that is easily approachable by following the road starting right from the Clock Tower in Landour. Mossy Fall of Mussoorie is a ideal spot for picnic.

Bhatta Falls
Located 7 km away from the hill station, Bhatta Falls is a quaint space, away from the pains of commercialization. Today, this place has developed into a nice picnic spot where locals and tourists love to spend a lot of time. A perfect backdrop for photography enthusiasts, the waterfall is among the best places to visit in Mussoorie.

Mussoorie Lake
Tourists, as well as locals, love to visit this beautiful picnic spot where there is a lot to enjoy for the children too. This is an artificial lake but has been beautifully developed by the authorities as a lovely tourist spot. People can enjoy boating in the lake and enjoy mesmerizing scenic views. The lake area also has numerous eateries that offer good food.

Lal Tibba
Lal Tibba, Mussoorie’s highest peak, offers amazing views of the snow-capped Himalayan range in all its glory. The Japanese telescope that has been installed here allows the visitors to enjoy the pristine beauty of the area. This mountain range is also known to house famous pilgrimages of Kedarnath and Badrinath. The splendid views and nearby pilgrimage options make this peak one of the most famous tourist places in Mussoorie.

Gun Hill
The cable car ride in Mussoorie is another major attraction that draws a lot of tourists. It’s a 10 minutes’ ride that starts from Jhula Ghar to Gun Hill. One can enjoy amazing views of the mountains and meadows of Doon Valley up the hill on the ropeway. The sunset views from the cars are especially stunning while riding the cable car.

Happy Valley
The famous IAS Academy is located in this beautiful and picturesque valley. The Municipal Garden and the Tibetan Temple are also located quite close to the Liberty Point. The valley culminates at the Cloud’s End, a place where Mussoorie’s geographical boundary ends. Thanks to these attractions, Happy Valley finds its name among the most popular places to visit in Mussoorie.