Kempty fall in Mussoorie:
Is just placed at a distance of 15 kilometers from Mussoorie. It is surrounded by hills. The Kempty falls come down from an altitude of 4,500 ft and create five separate falls 40 ft each at this area. During the British period, the British make tea parties at this site. Hence the name come out as Camp-tea and became famous as Kempty. The water falls are kept open for the tourists from March to July.
Gun Hill in Mussoorie:
It is the second highest point in the city. The peak is perched at an altitude of 2122 meters above the level of the sea. At the time of colonial epoch a gun was sited at this place and fired at mid-day to let the people know the exact time. Hence the area started calling "Gun Hill". From this point individuals can see the expanse of scenery in a single view and other Himalayan peaks too. People can take a 400 meter rope way to came at this location.
Mussoorie Lake in Mussoorie:
Is placed on the Dehradun road. The distance between the Mussoorie Lake and the Mussoorie town is only 6 kilo meter. This lake is made by the city board and the Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority. It is a popular picnic place for the locals and tourists as well. The place is also very attractive for its pedal boating.
Mall Road in Mussoorie:
Is the shopping hub and the very heart of the town of Mussoorie. Running through the town the road is filled with restaurants, game parlours, and shops selling souvenirs of the beautiful town. The Mall Road also offers a brilliant gaze of the mesmerizing Doon Valley below.
Lal Tibba in Mussoorie:
It is the highest peak, providing the majestic wide scenery all around. The Lal Tibba point is placed in the oldest location of Landour. The Lal Tibba point was decorated with the old British architectures and turned the place into a charm and attractive attraction for the tourists. From Lal Tibba peak tourist can easily see the snow capped peaks of mighty Himalaya. One can also view the site like Kedarnath and Badrinath.
Happy Valley in Mussoorie:
The valley is known for its Tibetan influence. It is the place where the 14th Dalai Lama took refuge back in 1959 after escaping from Tibet during the Tibetan uprising. Many Tibetan people followed him and later made it their home. The valley also has IAS Academy along with many Buddhist temples.
Van Chetna Kendra in Mussoorie:
It is surrounded by dense pine trees and colorful shrubs. The picnic place is situated on the Tehri by-pass road. The site is just 3 kilo meters from Mussoorie. People can go to the location by bus or on foot too. The inhabitants and tourist both visit the picnic spot.
Municipal Garden in Mussoorie:
This is also one of the nearer places to the town where can be reached by a pony, rickshaw or car easily. It is sited at a distance of 3 kilometers. The garden is housed by bamboo trees and deodar trees. Before Municipal garden it was famous as Company Garden. At this place visitors can enjoy boating in a manmade lake. The site is easily accessible on foot.
Cloud’s End in Mussoorie:
This place is the end of Mussoorie and at a distance of 6 KM from the Liberty market in Mussoorie. Cloud’s End is known for its scenic and mesmerizing beauty. The whole stretch is best for walking and the whole area is covered with beautiful flora and fauna.
Mussoorie Adventure Park in Mussoorie:
Established in 2003 and operated by Real Adventure Sports, the park offers adventure sports activities in the region. The park offers adventure sports like sky walk, zip swing, rock climbing etc.
Jwalaji Temple in Mussoorie:
Jawalaji shrine is very popular among the Hindu devotees and pilgrims. It is also one of the most visited pilgrimage destination in the town. It is sited 9 kilometers from Mussoorie. The temple is devoted to Goddess Durga situated on the top of the Benog Hill. It is perched at a height of 2100 meters above the sea level. The thick jungle around the temple is a thick blanket for it. One can see the magnificent Doon and Yamuna Valley from here.