A day in Mussoorie! #MyFriendAlexa

I had visited Dehradun & Mussoorie over a long weekend. We had travelled from Delhi via road in our own vehicle. You can read my earlier post about Dehradun trip here. I only had few hours to spend in Mussoorie before starting my return journey to Delhi the same day.

Places to visit in Mussoorie

Camel’s Back Road – It is a naturally formed stretch in shape of camel hump. Good for trekking or horse-ride in early morning or late evenings.

Mall Road – It is centrally located marketplace. You can indulge in shopping & food. Almost all hill stations that I have visited have a similar named road. πŸ˜€
Shop at Mall Road
Lal Tibba – Β This point is located on the highest peak in Mussoorie. You can view snow-clad Himalayan range from a telescope established here.But too much rain may act as a spoiler!
Kempty falls – These falls are located approx 13 km away from Mussoorie. You can reach here by hiring a cab. The falls are easily accessible and you can enjoy the water. Unfortunately, due to time constraint I was unable to visit the falls.
Cloud’s end – It is a colonial bungalow converted into heritage hotel. The surrounding area has dense forest covers which offers tranquility.
Cambridge Book Depot – If you are a bibliophile then this place is a must visit for you. Author Ruskin Bond visits the bookshop on Saturday to meet & greet people. πŸ™‚
Mussoorie – the Queen of hills has lots to offer to its visitor. My personal experience was not so enchanting due to excess crowd over long weekend. Over commercialization & influx of vehicles lead to hours of jam on narrow hilly roads. Maybe, I will visit again on a quieter day & enjoy the beauty.
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Post Author: Dishki

8 thoughts on “A day in Mussoorie! #MyFriendAlexa

    Ashima Jain

    (24th September 2017 - 10:39)

    I’ve visited Mussorie only once – when I was two, maybe three years old. It was a family vacation and I still carry fond memories of my time there. You post brought them alive. πŸ™‚

      Dishki

      (24th September 2017 - 20:54)

      Happy to know it reminds you of good times. πŸ™‚

    anupriya

    (24th September 2017 - 15:22)

    Mussourie is so much on my to visit places list. I am waiting now for my kids to grow up a little so that they can also enjoy this beautiful place

      Dishki

      (24th September 2017 - 20:55)

      A family vacation in hill station is an awesome idea! Thanks for visiting. πŸ™‚

    Keerthi Vydyula

    (26th September 2017 - 14:58)

    Ah a post about dehradun then and now mussourie you are making me jealous! I wanted to visit these places for long now but it did not happen until now! May be some time soon (Hopefully!).

      Dishki

      (26th September 2017 - 17:35)

      Sure, you should plan a visit soon.

    savorytales

    (28th September 2017 - 00:13)

    Mussourie is on my to visit places list. Feel like planning a trip soon

      Dishki

      (28th September 2017 - 14:19)

      Plan it soon & let me know how was it. πŸ™‚

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