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Mussoorie - Places to Visit (Distance from Hotel)

Library

Christ Church
5 minutes walk from Padmini Nivas. Charming Old British Library with Collection of rare books. 5 minutes walk. Historical church built in1836. It has beautiful decorated stained glass windows and has been carefully restored.

Gun Hill

Kulri Bazaar
15 minutes walk. There is a ropeway that takes you up the Gun Hill, on the MALL Road is ropeway, which takes you to the second highest peak of Mussoorie called Gun Hill. From here you can have a birds eye view of town, and panoramic view of Doon Valley and snow peaks of the Himalayas. 1.5 kms. Located on the Mall road is this bustling market which offers numerous shops and restaurants.

Tibetan Temple

Municipal Garden

1.5 kms. This Buddhist Temple is situated in Happy Valley. The atmosphere here is serene and peaceful. It is surrounded by Green Hills. The atmosphere here is serene and peaceful. Can go by car/taxi.

2 kms. This beautiful garden abounds in old trees. It also has a small lake. It has a small lake where boating is available. On clear days you can see snow capped Himalayas.


Clouds End

Lal Tibba

6 kms. Built in 1838, from this British bunglow the trails to Benog Hill Quail Sanctuary and Jwalaji Temple starts.
A bifurcation on Sir George Everest House road takes you to this 1838 British Bunglow called Clouds End. Trail to Binog Mountain Qual Sanctuary and Jwalaji Temple starts from here.

6 kms. It is the highest point in Mussoorie called Lal Tibba. It has Magnificent view of the Snow clad Himalayas. You can walk around the hill to see old Churches and Houses.


Mussoorie Jheel

Sir George Everest House

6 kms. On Mussoorie Dehradun road is this artificial lake where you can enjoy boating in paddle boats. During season, Paragliding is organised from a nearby spot.

8 kms. The first surveyor General of India had his observatory and residence here, hence the name. The highest peak in the world is named after him. You pass wishing well on the way. He was the first Surveyor General of India. Mt Everest, the world highest peak was discovered by him and is therefore called Mt. Everest. Sir George Everest had his observatory and residence here.


Bhatta Fall

Kempty Fall

8 kms. On Mussoorie Dehardun Road is this natural fall in a serene environment.

15 kms. This beautiful waterfall ends in jade green pool where tourists can bathe. The waterfall is connected by a ropeway. The waterfall is connected with a ropeway. Take clothes and towel. Taxi's and buses ply regularly from Kempty Taxi Stand which is 100 mtrs from the hotel.


Yamuna Bridge

Dhanolti

27 kms. Rest all the write up is fine. where river Yamuna flows surrounded by green hills. Ideal spot for fishing and picnic. An annual fishing mela is held every July here. Visit one of the beautiful Garhwal villages on the way to learn about their culture and tradition.

28 kms. A beautiful forested drive takes you to this captivating location. Within dense cedar forest, it offers magnificient snow views. One can also visit apple orchid near by. Conducted tour of GMVN are available.

Surkhanda Devi

Lakha Mandal

30 kms. This small temple is at a height of 10,000 feet. Getting there involves a climb of 1 km. It is supposed to be a Sidh Peeth. It is at a height of 10,000 ft and getting there involves a Climb of 1 km. It is supposed to be a Sidh Peeth.

80 kms. On the Yamunotri road is this historical temple with hundreds of objects of archaeological importance preserved by the ASI.