Ronish Baxter visited Mussoorie and sharing his expert advices on Top 5 Places to see in Mussoorie
Mussoorie is known for its mountains, but there are many places that you can see if you like to enjoy a fun-filled holiday.
From iconic structures to spots that offer thrilling experience and adventure sports there are various places of sightseeing in Mussoorie.
- Gun Hill
The Gun Hill is famous as it is second highest Mussoorie peak. Here, you can have the enjoyment of sightseeing and riding on the rope way ride. While going here, ensure that you have your camera to get amazing pictures and Mussoorie’s skyline and the hills. Rides starts in the morning from 9 am onwards and finishes at 6 pm.
- Nag Tibba
Nag Tibba is famous hill in Mussoorie, which is surrounded by lush green plains and peaks. The place has good popularity with trekkers. The trekking level here is of average difficulty level and the views are great. There is also an easy route available for those having less or no trekking experience.
Families visit here to enjoy outdoors picnics. There are various lush green hills and open spaces that are the perfect spot for the fun in day out.
- Kempty Falls
The Kempty Falls is one of the great falls in Mussoorie. Mostly, this place attracts a lot of tourists. Great for picnics, People visit this place here during the season of summer or the monsoon for enjoying the waterfalls. Only a certain section of the waterfall is safe to swim, so avoid diving deep into the waterfall.
- Mossy Falls
The Mossy Falls is known as one of the prettiest spots in Mussoorie. With jungle on one side, this spot is the nice getaway for enjoying a quiet day out. Morning is the best time to visit this place. At this time you can clearly hear the voices of singing birds. In case you are lucky, you can even watch out a few exotic birds.
- Lal tibba
Lal Tiba is highest point in Mussoorie. In the tourist season, this spot attracts a lot of tourists and adventure sports lovers. While most people come here to enjoy adventure sports, some of them also visit this spot to soak in stunning views of the Mussoorie Hills and get a couple of selfies.