• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Mussoorie
  • 1°C-30°C
  • 7500 FT
  • Hindi,Kumaoni
  • July to Sept
  • Dehradun
  • Dehradun
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How To Reach Mussoorie

Arranged in the foothills of Garhwal Himlayan range, Mussoorie is a much supported weekend getaway for those living in Delhi and different parts of north India. Lovely atmosphere throughout the year, delectable Chinese, Indian and Tibetan food, clamoring Mall Road, beautiful slopes and valleys make Mussoorie a good occasion goal. Kempty Falls, Jharipani Fall and Cloud End are mainstream vacation destinations. Mussoorie is effectively accessible from anyplace in India. Have a look at the details regarding How to reach Mussoorie by air, train and road.

How to Reach Mussoorie via Air

Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun fills in as the closest airplane terminal to Mussoorie. Direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai are accessible till Dehradun. Local cabs or transports can be hired to achieve Mussoorie from Dehradun. Otherwise, guests can get onto a flight till Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, second closest airplane terminal to Mussoorie, which offers great air availability with rest of India and after that go to Mussoorie by transport or auto.

How to Reach Mussoorie by Road

Various state government and private transports connect Mussoorie with close-by places like Delhi, Dehradun and other vital towns of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Transports for Mussoorie are accessible on continuous and consistent schedule, so travelers can pick a transport contingent upon their comfort.

How To Reach Mussoorie by Rail

Dehradun Railway Station, situated around 36 km away serves as the closest railroad station to Mussoorie. Number of trains from far and near of urban communities including Delhi, Kolkata, Jammu and Amritsar serve Dehradun city.After reaching Dehradun via train, guests can board neighborhood cabs or transports for Mussoorie.

Trains Timmings From Dehradun

TRAIN NO. TRAIN NAME DAYS DEPARTURE ARRIVAL
349 Amritsar Fast (Psgr.) Dehradun to Amritsar Daily 19:20 11:50
3010 Howrah Express. Dehradun to Howrah Daily 19:20 06:45
4114 Link Express Dehradun to Allahabad Daily 13:30 13:10
9020 Mumbai Express Dehradun to Mumbai Daily 10:35 16:50
4042 Mussoorie Express Dehradun to Delhi Daily 21:15 08:00
2010 Shatabdi Express Dehradun to Delhi Daily 17:00 12:40
2056 Jan Shatabdi Dehradun to Delhi Except Sun. 05:15 21:20
4310 Ujjain Express Dehradun to Ujjain Tue, Wed 06:00 19:00
4266 Janta Express Dehradun to Varanasi Daily 18:15 08:55
4318 Indore Express Dehradun to Indore Fri.,Sat. 06:00 19:00
3014 Upasana Express Thurs 09:05 19:00
5006 Gorakhpur Express Dehradun to Gorakhpur Tue.,Thu 15:25 14:05
4266 Kathgodam with Janta Express to Kathgodam 2 Coaches Daily 18:15 08:55
9266 Uttaranchal Express Dehradun to Okha Sun. 06:00 19:00
0001 D.L.S. - 08:05 20:00
4320 Dehradun to Kathgodam (weekly) Mon 22:30 -

Mussoorie Road Distance Chart

The driving distance chart to Mussoorie from various towns and cities in Uttarakhand and from Delhi NCR Region New Delhi,Ghaziabad, Noida, Chandigarh, Meerut,Gurgaon, Kanpur, Shimla,Modinagar etc is mentioned below:-

  • Delhi to Mussoorie:- 275 kms
  • Noida to Mussoorie:- 277 kms
  • Meerut to Mussoorie:- 209 kms
  • Modinagar to Mussoorie:- 234 kms
  • Bareily to Mussoorie:- 348 kms
  • Lucknow to Mussoorie:- 585 kms
  • Ghaziabad to Mussoorie:- 254 kms
  • Gurgaon to Mussoorie:- 311 kms
  • Moradabad to Mussoorie:- 240 kms
  • Chandigarh to Mussoorie:- 195 Kms
  • Jaipur to Mussoorie:- 602 Kms
  • Shimla to Mussoorie:- 253 kms
  • Kanpur to Mussoorie:- 719 kms
For more Information just follow the link:- Mussoorie Distance Chart

Itinerary for Mussoorie

One Day Itinerary

On arrival in Mussoorie. Check in at hotel. Start sightseeing tour of Mussoorie covering–

  • Kempty Falls:- On the Yamunotri Road, 15 km from Mussoorie, this is the favorite destination for most of the tourists visiting. This attraction was developed by a British Officer John Mekinan and the name Kempty is derived from the Camp-tea of Britishers at this place. At an altitude of 4500 ft the beauty of this fall is enhanced by the surrounding mountain ranges and it is a breathtaking view to watch the water falling down from 40 feet and splitting into five streams. Instead of making a quick trip, some people prefer to stay there and for them there are accommodation arrangements in huts around Kempty. Tourists can either walk down to the falls or take a rope way to reach there. The fun in the small rope way cabin increases the charm of visiting this sight.
  • Tibetan Buddhist Temple:- I would definitely recommend this place, since I was here and the peace that I experienced was like nothing before. And, the views from the promenade in front of the temple are also as outstanding! At a distance of about 2 km from the Gandhi Chowk is the Happy Valley, also known as "mini Tibet." This place is home to about 5000 Tibetan Refugees and has the Tibetan Buddhist Temple, also known as the Shed up choepelling temple. The temple open daily and has a timing of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Clouds End:- Cloud's End is the highest hotel you will find in Mussoorie, a couple of hours' drive away from the Mall Road. Built by an Englishman, the hotel stands amidst the clouds, which is why it is called Cloud's End. The hotel is a quaint little place where you can go for a hot cup of tea. They even helped us out by preparing a hot parantha for my 2 yr old, who was hungry like hell! Its a nice place with a small museum kind of thing where the furniture owned by the erstwhile owner is kept, along with photographs of the owner with famous celebrities. Sivananda Ashram is located beside the holy river Ganges. It is the headquarters and spiritual focal point of a vast worldwide organization called "The Divine Life Society”. This Ashram caters to the cultural needs of the people of all class. Its aim is to disseminate spiritual knowledge through the preservation of the ancient traditions and cultural practices of India by establishing centres for practicing yoga, publishing books, magazines etc.
  • Sir George Everest's House:- Sir George Everest's House is located at a distance of 6 km from Gandhi Chowk, or commonly known as the Library End of the Mall Road. Then you have to walk for around half kilometer to reach the house. Also known as the Park Estate, this house was the laboratory of the first surveyor general of India, Sir George Everest. It is he after whom is the highest peak in the world Mount Everest named. The place not only has its historical importance but also gives a breathtaking view of the snow clad Himalayas and the Doon Valley.
  • Gun Hill:- Another famous attraction in Mussoorie, Gun Hill is the second highest peak there. This place is accessible by a 400 m thrilling ropeway ride and gives a panoramic view of the Himalayan range. The cable car swings in every 10 minutes, hence tourist does not have to spend much time in waiting for it. If you are fond of trekking, you can also opt for trekking up to Gun Hill and be assured it would be a wonderful experience in its own ways.

Two Days Itinerary

  • Day 1:- On arrival in Mussoorie. Check in at hotel. Start sightseeing tour of Mussoorie covering, then Company Garden, Happy Valley, Gun Hill,Sir George Everest house, Camel's Back Road. You can take a cycle rickshaw to Company Garden and back (do not pay more than Rs. 160). On return to Mall Road, you can trek up to Gun Hill. Sadly, there is no view from the top of this Mussoorie's second highest point, as it is completely infested with shops. You would rather give this a miss!.Start walking on Camel's Back Road. There are horse rides also available along this route but I strongly suggest walking along this 2 km beautiful nature walk. At the end of this road, you will be shown the a rocky outcrop in the shape of a camel's hump. This is a must see, there is a very nice market at the end of Camel's Back Road. Check it out if you still have some time. Also rediscover the magic of our very own Maggie in Mussoorie!
  • Day 2 :- After breakfast take a tour to Kempty Falls and Dhanoulti. The cabs fleece you when it comes to touring the nearby places .You can book tours undertaken by the Govt - GMVN instead (comes to about Rs.250 per person). They are not only cheap but provide sufficient time to see the places and the journey is good and comfortable. The booking office is right at Library Chowk. Trek up the falls at Kempty instead of going down, this will be a new experience other than the commercialised down area of Kempty falls. Beware of monkeys snatching away things at Kempty. Do not miss the ECO park at Dhanoulti! It is simply superb... trek all the way up inside the park and discover beautiful and breath-taking sights.

Three Days Itinerary

  • Day 1:- On arrival in Mussoorie. Check in at hotel. Start sightseeing tour of Mussoorie covering, then Company Garden, Happy Valley, Gun Hill,Sir George Everest house, Camel's Back Road. You can take a cycle rickshaw to Company Garden and back (do not pay more than Rs. 160). On return to Mall Road, you can trek up to Gun Hill. Sadly, there is no view from the top of this Mussoorie's second highest point, as it is completely infested with shops. You would rather give this a miss!.Start walking on Camel's Back Road. There are horse rides also available along this route but I strongly suggest walking along this 2 km beautiful nature walk. At the end of this road, you will be shown the a rocky outcrop in the shape of a camel's hump. This is a must see, there is a very nice market at the end of Camel's Back Road. Check it out if you still have some time. Also rediscover the magic of our very own Maggie in Mussoorie!
  • Day 2:- After breakfast take a tour to Kempty Falls and Dhanoulti. The cabs fleece you when it comes to touring the nearby places .You can book tours undertaken by the Govt - GMVN instead (comes to about Rs.250 per person). They are not only cheap but provide sufficient time to see the places and the journey is good and comfortable. The booking office is right at Library Chowk. Trek up the falls at Kempty instead of going down, this will be a new experience other than the commercialised down area of Kempty falls. Beware of monkeys snatching away things at Kempty. Do not miss the ECO park at Dhanoulti! It is simply superb... trek all the way up inside the park and discover beautiful and breath-taking sights.
  • Day 3:- On day 3, after breakfast, the day is at leisure you have the whole day to relax and decide on things you want to do. You can simply walk around the market for shopping or take a stroll at the Mall Roadwhile enjoying the view. The Mall Road is the place where you can see all the action. This road stretch bustles with tourist activity. There are several shops selling clothes, hats, wooden items, handicrafts and more, enjoy hot soup or chilling ice cream. Take a walk here while the cool breeze brushes past your face. If you want, you can also partake in adventure activities such as Zip swing, Zip lining, Valley crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing and so on. In the evening, enjoy the facilities at the hotel. amazing from here. Municipal Garden : This is also known as Botanical Gardens of Mussoorie were established by geologist Dr. H.Fackner in the last century.

Four Days Itinerary

  • Day 1:- On arrival in Mussoorie. Check in at hotel. Start sightseeing tour of Mussoorie covering, then Company Garden, Happy Valley, Gun Hill,Sir George Everest house, Camel's Back Road. You can take a cycle rickshaw to Company Garden and back (do not pay more than Rs. 160). On return to Mall Road, you can trek up to Gun Hill. Sadly, there is no view from the top of this Mussoorie's second highest point, as it is completely infested with shops. You would rather give this a miss!.Start walking on Camel's Back Road. There are horse rides also available along this route but I strongly suggest walking along this 2 km beautiful nature walk. At the end of this road, you will be shown the a rocky outcrop in the shape of a camel's hump. This is a must see, there is a very nice market at the end of Camel's Back Road. Check it out if you still have some time. Also rediscover the magic of our very own Maggie in Mussoorie!
  • Day 2:- After breakfast take a tour to Kempty Falls and Dhanoulti. The cabs fleece you when it comes to touring the nearby places .You can book tours undertaken by the Govt - GMVN instead (comes to about Rs.250 per person). They are not only cheap but provide sufficient time to see the places and the journey is good and comfortable. The booking office is right at Library Chowk. Trek up the falls at Kempty instead of going down, this will be a new experience other than the commercialised down area of Kempty falls. Beware of monkeys snatching away things at Kempty. Do not miss the ECO park at Dhanoulti! It is simply superb... trek all the way up inside the park and discover beautiful and breath-taking sights.
  • Day 3:- On day 3, after breakfast, the day is at leisure you have the whole day to relax and decide on things you want to do. You can simply walk around the market for shopping or take a stroll at the Mall Road while enjoying the view. The Mall Road is the place where you can see all the action. This road stretch bustles with tourist activity. There are several shops selling clothes, hats, wooden items, handicrafts and more, enjoy hot soup or chilling ice cream. Take a walk here while the cool breeze brushes past your face. If you want, you can also partake in adventure activities such as Zip swing, Zip lining, Valley crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing and so on. In the evening, enjoy the facilities at the hotel. Amazing from here. Municipal Garden : This is also known as Botanical Gardens of Mussoorie were established by geologist Dr. H.Fackner in the last century.
  • Day 4:- Local sightseeing of Kanatal This day, leave your hotel for a sightseeing tour of Kanatal. You can visit a number of attractions located in and around this beautiful hilly town. Head to visit the famous Kodia Jungle, which is the main tourist site situated here. The gurgling water springs here attract several nature lovers and shutterbugs from all over the world. This scenic forested area is recognised for its dense and lush forestation, which serves as home to several animals and birds. You can easily spot wild boars, ghorals, musk deer and barking deer while roaming here for sightseeing. Later, you may proceed to see the grand Tehri Dam, which is the tallest of its kind in the country and amongst the tallest in the world as well. Built on the Bhagirathi River, this rock and earth fill embankment dam was built after years of delay due to several environmental issues, protests and relocation of locals. In the outskirts of this town, you can also visit the Surkanda Devi Temple, which is surrounded by dense forests. Lying amidst a scenic setting, this shrine is dedicated to Goddess Sati – the female consort of Lord Shiva. Pay homage to the deity and also enjoy the stunning scenery of the surroundings visible from here with ease.

Guest Reviews

Shashwat Rawat

DEC, 23, 2016

The Queen of Hills

4.0/5.0
Mussoorie the Queen of Hills extremely pleasant place, wonderful climate, decent view, such a large number of places to go with family, I like this holiday trip. It was great experience with family. Mom da kitchen is great. Bikano is great Royal Cafe. Numerous Options for veggie lovers.

Kartik Singh

NOV, 25, 2016

Awesome place - Must visit

3.2/5.0
I was exceptionally glad when i reach mussoorie with my friends .It has great view .There is cool spots to spend long weekends . The market is very attractivehere .The places which i like the most are hanaulti,surkanda devi temple,lal tibba,eco park,company cultivate .General experience was great beacuse mussorie is where there is a mixture of peacefull atmosphere and masti .

Anita Mishra

OCT, 19, 2016

Memorable trip

3.8/5.0
I remained in Mussoorie Gateway a five Days ago, Mussoorie is truly a pleasant place. Visiting Mussoorie was a great experience of my life. An ideal occasion for couple/families.... I would suggest each tourist of Mussoorie to get this wonderful experience......

Chitra Negi

JUNE, 15, 2016

Must visit this place once

4.0/5.0
Mussorie known for its climate and atmosphere.Views of hills are panoramic.You can take any comfort to go there.There are a number of places which can attract you, for example, Kempty waterfall, Misty eco park, etc.My experience is wonderful there.You must visit this place once.
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