6 Reasons Why Mussoorie Is Considered The Unparalleled Queen Of The Hills!
ying a mere 34 kms from the capital city of Uttarakhand - Mussoorie is one of the most beautiful hill stations of India and we're here to tell you why! Find 6 reasons why Mussoorie is considered the undisputed Queen of the Hills!
1. Mall Road
Mall Road lies in the heart of Mussoorie and is filled with shops, video game parlours, cafes, restaurants, skating rinks, book stores and is truly a remnant of colonial architecture. It extends from Picture Palace to the Library and caters to your every need. A stroll along the mall should be on the top of your check list besides trying out all the delicious food items and activities available here! Heads up for all the biblophiles - you can even spot Ruskin Bond at times *woohoo*!
2. Cloud’s End
A peaceful trek with the beautiful view of Aglar Valley, this trek leads you to the picturesque Cloud’s End - a place where Mussoorie ends and trust us it’s truly a sight to behold! Don't forget to carry your cameras to capture the stupendous views *heart eyes*!
Location | Hathipaon Area
3. Kempty Falls
Located at a distance of 15 kms from Mussoorie, Kempty Falls needs no introduction! This place has been attracting tourist since forever and why not - milky streams of water falling from above 40 ft, it has a charm of its own! And also, don’t forget to gorge on the yummy food from the nearby food stalls!
Location | Lakhwad, Kempty
4. Gun Hill
Gun Hill is the second highest peak in Mussoorie and is easily accessible by cable car *starry eyed*! If you haven’t ever had the chance to experience a cable car then Gun Hill is where you should head to! Once at the top, you can take in the picturesque 360 degree views of the Himalayan ranges as well as the Doon Valley *pure bliss*! And that’s not all, you can also indulge in tons of fun activities, explore various restaurants for yummy food and click lots of Instagram-worthy images!
Location | Mall Road
5. Lal Tibba
The highest point of Mussoorie - Lal Tibba in Landour offers the most beautiful and picturesque views of the entire Kedarnath & Bandarpunch mountains trails *#NoFilters* via the telescope! Surrounded by lush greenery, it's far from commercialization and is simply perfect for a weekend getaway!
Location | Landour
6. Camel Back Road
Camel Back Road is basically a 3 kms nature walk from Library Point that ends at Kurli Bazaar! The place is called so because of the rocky outcrop which is in the shape of a camel’s hump *how cool*! The place offers a peaceful and lovely walk and is actually a paradise for joggers! With abundant of greenery and a cool breeze, you will surely cherish a cup of tea served at the stalls with the most sultry view of the sunrise and sunset in the backdrop!
Location | Mall Road
So what we're saying is Mussoorie has been and will always remain The Queen Of The Hills!