Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba is a popular viewpoint, located on the top of Depot Hill in Landour, approximately 6 kilometres from Mussoorie. Being the highest point in the area, Lal Tibba is one of the most stunning viewpoints in the region. Rising to a height of 2,275 meters (7,164 feet), Lal Tibba affords breathtaking views of Nilkantha peak (6,596 meters) in Badrinath, Kedarnath peak (6,940 meters), up to Banderpoonch range of three peaks with the highest rising to 6,316 meters. It is also a popular sunrise and sunset point.

Gun Hill

Said to be an extinct volcano, the Gun Hill is the second-highest point in Mussoorie, situated at an altitude of 2024 meters. The scene from the top of this hill is a panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan ranges right beside the widespread Doon Valley and a full view of the hill station of Mussoorie. The Gun Hill, located 400 ft above the Mall Road, is a popular attraction, especially amongst the photographers and nature lovers.

Lake Mist

The pristine Lake Mist is among the most beautiful destinations in the Queen of Hills i.e. Mussoorie. The emerald waters are covered by green forest terrains from sides giving the whole scenario a resplendent image making it an ideal for spending the moments of repose with your family and friends.

Kempty Falls

Located on the way between Dehradun-Mussoorie roads, in the Ram Gaon area of Tehri Garhwal, Kempty Falls is one the most popular tourist attraction and picnic spot in Mussoorie. Surrounded by high mountain cliffs, Kempty Falls is nestled at an altitude of around 4500 ft above the sea level. The pond formed at the bottom of the falls makes an excellent spot for swimming and bathing.

Cloud's End

6 km west off the Library, the Cloud's End viewpoint marks the geographical end of the beautiful hilltown of Mussoorie. Surrounded by thick oak and deodar forests, it tracks 2 km up to the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary offering a lovely walking track, taking in the soothing mountain air. Cloud's End is visited for the breathtaking views it offers, especially of the Aglar River Valley.


Nestled amidst a canopy of dense Deodar trees, Landour is a quaint town in Uttarakhand located along the lower western Himalayas. It is a small cantonment town that surprisingly derives its name from the Welsh village of Llanddowrer and is teeming with history that dates all the way back to the British-era. Landour’s cozy setting and pristine natural beauty gives off a soothingly positive vibe, ideal for one to rejuvenate their senses.


With minimal human intrusion, without overloading or overwhelming your senses or expectations, Dhanaulti slowly seeps into your conscience like a long lost pleasant dream, bringing with it comfort and quiet, and giving you the much needed break from your humdrum routine life.

Nag Tibba

Situated near Mussoorie, Nag Tibba is a relatively unknown and a very exhilarating trekking trail. Known as one of the best weekend treks, the place offers a climb of about 10,000 ft amid the snow clad mountains.

Bhatta Falls

The Bhatta Falls in Mussoorie is a famous picnic spot and a popular tourist attraction. Located at a distance of about 10.5 kilometres from the Mussoorie Library Bus Stand, the Bhatta falls is hailed as one of the best waterfalls in Mussoorie. Reaching the exact spot of the waterfall requires a little hike of 500 metres, making it a good place for the adventure enthusiasts too.