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10 Best Places To Visit In Mussoorie

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Landour Mussoorie :- Landour is a beautiful, picturesque town in the foothills of the Western Himalayas in Uttarakhand. This is one of the beautiful places in Mussoorie.

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Dalai Hills Mussoorie:- Dalai Hills Mussoorie is a relaxing and beautiful place. It is a great place to have a picnic or camping with the family. This place is near Happy Valley in Mussoorie.

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Kempty Falls:- The 40 feet high Kempty Falls of Mussoorie is a beautiful waterfall located between the roads of Dehradun and Mussoorie. Situated at an altitude of approximately 4500 feet above sea level.

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Christ Church:- This church is quite ancient, at a distance of 0.6 km from Library Bus Stand. The British community built this church in 1836. It is believed that this is the oldest church in the Himalayas.

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Mussoorie lake:- The City Board and Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority look after this artificial lake.

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Mall Road:- Mall Road is an attractive center of daily events of Mussoorie. This is an indication of the British population. Here the books of the famous author Ruskin Bond can be seen in the Cambridge Book Store.

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Benog Wildlife Sanctuary:- Many birds and animals live here, including deer, leopard, mountain quail and red-billed jay. This sanctuary is surrounded by pine trees.

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George Everest House:- George Everest House Library is six kilometers from the bus stand, which is a heritage building. This house was built by Sir George Everest in 1832.

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Adventure Park Mussoorie:- Adventure lovers must visit the Adventure Park of Mussoorie. This adventure park is one of the most popular tourist places in Mussoorie as it is built amidst natural beauty.

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Lal Tibba:- This is the highest point of Mussoorie in Landour region. Mussoorie Library is at a distance of 5.5 kilometers from the bus stand. Red dunes of Rate Hill.