Best Hidden Places to visit in Mussoorie

Mussoorie, often referred to as the "Queen of the Hills," is a popular hill station nestled in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.

1. George Everest House

Located about 6 kilometers from the main town, the George Everest House is the former residence and laboratory of Sir George Everest, the Surveyor General of India from 1830 to 1843.

2. Cloud’s End

As the name suggests, Cloud’s End marks the geographical end of Mussoorie. This place, located 7 kilometers from the Library Road

3. Jabarkhet Nature Reserve

For the nature enthusiasts, Jabarkhet Nature Reserve is a hidden paradise. Situated on the Mussoorie-Dhanaulti road, this privately-owned reserve covers an area of 100 acres and is rich in biodiversity.

4. Benog Wildlife Sanctuary

About 11 kilometers from Mussoorie, the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is a less frequented haven for wildlife lovers.

5. Mossy Falls

Mossy Falls, situated around 7 kilometers from Mussoorie, is a pristine and lesser-known waterfall that cascades down from a height of 145 meters.

6. Lambi Dehar Mines

Often referred to as the "Haunted Mines of Mussoorie," Lambi Dehar Mines is shrouded in eerie stories and legends.

7. Happy Valley

Happy Valley, located around 2 kilometers from the Library Point, is a serene area known for its Tibetan monasteries, lush green estates, and the Indian Administrative Service Academy.

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