Mussoorie a popular hill station in the Garhwal Himalayan range overlooks the beautiful Doon valley. The charming destination since its colonial rule has been tantalising travellers. The city was developed by the Britishers to get respite from the harsh scorching heat of the plains. The outdoor scenery also made them feel like at home. During this stint, they build remarkable colonial buildings which include schools, churches and several other monumental colonial edifices. These yesteryear colonial legacies in the modern day time have given the quaint hill station a distinct look. The Woodstock School, St. George’s College and Wynberg Allen School still carries the colonial feel and fascination.
The beautiful hill station is scattered with spectacular outdoor scenic beauty. While holidaying travellers could witness the gorgeous Kempty Waterfall, The Mall peppered with colonial relics taking you back in the imperial past, Lal Tibba highest point the hill station, the scintillating Company Garden and Jharipani Falls. Must enjoy is the thrilling ropeway ride to the Gun Hill savouring the enchanting view of the far surroundings and Doon Valley. Travellers could also visit Dhanaulti yet another spectacular destination close to the Mussoorie famous for its quaint and outstanding scenic outdoors.
A trip to Mussoorie is full of adventure and refreshing scenic views. Hit the road to delve its rich colonial heritage, striking waterfalls and strolling around the city for an unforgettable experience. Thrill yourself with a ropeway ride and enjoy the jaw-dropping view of snowcapped mountains and Doon valley from the Lal Tibba and Gun Hill.