Top Places to See in Mussoorie

Camel’s back Road Mussoorie

Located at the cozy lap of nature, Mussoorie brings you attractions galore to soothe your senses. Whether you are on a romantic trip with your lady love or planning a solo sojourn, Murroorie offers you all that you have never had. So, before you pack your bags and book tickets, here we have top five places in Mussoorie that you must explore once in a lifetime. Read on and unpack the more of Mussoorie.

1. The Christ Church

The Christ Church Mussoorie
Constructed in the year 1836, the Christ Church is believed to be the oldest church in Himalayas. Resembling Gothic style in its very appearance, the stained glass windows depict the events in the life of Jesus Christ. Along with that, the church features ancient William Hill organ, aging about 100 years. The church has an age old deodar tree planted by Princess of Wales in 1906 in its closest vicinity.

2. Camel’s back Road

Camel’s back Road Mussoorie
Stretching over a 3 km long road from Library point to Kulri Bazaar, the road is named after the rocks shaped like a camel’s hump. The region is snugly surrounded by mountains and greenery. The visual treat of the road lies in its natural beauty and you can experience the enigmatic view of sunrise, sunset and mountains. Locals use this road for morning and evening walks. For the tourists, horseback rides are quite popular in this road.

3. Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba Mussoorie
This is the highest point is point in Mussoorie and the hill at this point is known as Depot Hill. The Indian Military services are positioned at Lal Tibba. Also, the broadcasting stations of All India Radio and Doordarshan are located at this region. Beautiful views of sunrise and sunset can be witnessed from this location.

4. Happy Valley

Happy Valley Mussoorie
The Valley is known for the presence of the old Tibetan Buddhist temple – Shedup Choepelling temple. However, it’s also known for the IAS Academy and the Municipal Garden. Located right at the western side of Library Point, the region lets you pass the borders of Mussoorie end and one can enjoy the estates, gardens, and temples across the region.

5. Landour Bazar

landour bazar Mussoorie
The bazaar is the heaven for the shopaholics. Located on a steep slope on a cantonment area, this is a totally a silence zone, where you can find handwritten signs nailed on the trees. It’s a pollution-free zone, where one can breathe fresh air and wonderful ambiance.

So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags now and set out for a magical tour and Hotels in Mussoorie.

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