The Mall Road is one of the most crowded places of Mussoorie. The structure of the road takes you back to the colonial period of Britishers. There are numerous restaurants, hotels, and shops on this road. The Methodist church is situated on the Mall and is around 100 years old. Tour Packages: Mussoorie and Dehradun sightseeing Tour.
15 km from Mussoorie on the Yamunotri Road having an altitude of 4500 ft. It has the distinction of being the biggest and prettiest waterfall located in a beautiful valley and is surrounded by high mountains. Bath at the foot of the falls is refreshing and enjoyable for children and adults alike.
A hot favorite of honeymooners, Mussoorie is one of the most visited hill stations in the state of Uttarakhand as well as in India. The hill station came to be known when back in 1827, a British military officer named Captain Young discovered the fascinating beauty of the place. He explored the whole area and laid the foundation of a place which is today one of the finest hill stations in northern India, equally liked both by locals and foreign travelers.
Mussoorie Lake is a newly developed picnic spot built by City Board. It is situated km before Mussoorie on Mussoorie Dehradun road. The lake offers pedaled boating facilities along with offers fascinating view of Doon Valley and nearby villages.
Gun Hill is situated 400mts above The Mall and it is the second highest peak of Mussoorie. Gun Hill is set at an elevation of 2122mts and it offers a beautiful panoramic view of the mighty Himalayan ranges and Doon valley. Before independence, a Gun mounted on this top used to be fired at mid-day for people to adjust their watches. Presently Gun Hill houses the water reservoir of Mussoorie. It can be reached by the Ropeway ride whose distance is 400mts or by the bridle path which forks-off from Kutchery which takes around 20min.
A famous Temple of Lord Shiva is an ideal spot. The view of Doon Valley is simply exhilarating.
The travel to Dehradun cannot complete without visiting Sahastradhara, the exotic picnic spot in Dehradun. The name Sahastradhara literally means ‘the thousandfold spring’ that flow down the beautiful green hills in the valley. The Baldi river and its springs attract thousands of visitors not only from India but around the world. Also, do not forget to take your camera to take beautiful photos of Sahastradhara to keep it as a remembrance for a lifetime!
Lachiwala is situated in the suburbs of the city of Dehradun where fresh water comes from a stream. At Lachiwala the stream enters into different pools which are spread over 700mts of an area. The water level is from 4ft height to 7ft in different pools.
Clock Tower, Rajpur Road (Rajpur and Gandhi Roads crossing):
Built by the British, this remains the icon of the downtown area.