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Mussoorie Queen Hill Station of India

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The Slopes of hills flanked by lush greenery, peaks crowned with snow and myriads of tourist attractions in vicinity; the hill station of Mussoorie is waiting for your arrival.

Mussoorie Queen Hill Station of India

Mussoorie is a hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Mussoorie situated at a short drive from Dehradun, this small and beautiful hill station is crowned with the epithets of 'Queen of the Hills'. Set amidst the picturesque Garhwal Himalayan mountains range, the Mussoorie hill station is one of the preferred summer holiday destinations in India. This small town in north India is also an admired honeymoon destination i.e. Mussoorie.

With vast stretches of lush greenery and snow-capped hills, the destination has become synonymous with incredible tourism in India. Generously bestowed by Mother Nature with a pleasant climate it is also called as the fairyland by visitors.

As most of the Indian hills stations are discovered by British, this hill station too is no exception. This hill station was discovered by military officer named Captain Young in 1827. Since then this tourist place is going strength to strength. There are various salient features of this place that attracts tourists and vacationers from different parts of the world to spend some moment in complete solitude far from the prying eyes and hectic pace of the cities.

Situated at an elevation of 2000m, the town enjoys a pleasant weather of Mussoorie during summers, the winters are cold and temperature dips down to the freezing points. The summer destination of Mussoorie is well connected by Indian capital Delhi by road. The nearest airport and railway station are situated in Dehradun.

While on tour to Mussoorie, the tourists can explore the places of interest like Gun Hill, Kempty Falls,Municipal Garden, Mussoorie Lake, Jharipani Falls, Camel's Back Road, Bhatta Falls, Nag Devta Temple, Van Chetna Kendra and Sir George Everest House. So explore these tourist attractions during your Mussoorie tourism.

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