Queen of the hills, located about 290 km north of Mussoorie, New Delhi, is one of the most popular hill stations in the country. It is a picturesque paradise for leisure travelers and honeymooners. An ideal summer resort and a major educational and cultural center have been rolled into a hub. Located on a 15 km long horseshoe ridge with the magnificent Himalayas as a backdrop, the colonial hill station of Mussoorie extends at an altitude of 2,005.5 meters above sea level. From this convenience point, Mussoorie offers a spectacular natural view of the Himalayan peaks in western Garhwal. Mussoorie boasts some of the most spectacular views of the Himalayas. Hill ridges, irregular in shape and partly wooded, layer after layer as the horizon, where snow-clad mountain peaks appear as if you can touch them. From west to east, the mighty peaks of Bandar Poonch, Srikanth, Gangotri Group, and Chaukhamba provide a panoramic view.
34 km from Dehradun, Mussoorie overlooks the majestic Doon Valley to its south and the impressive Himalayas towards the north. Mountain climbers, trekkers, and adventure sports enthusiasts. Trekkers started their journey in the popular trekking area of Har Ki Do, with the snowsports of Mussoorie and the Vardanta-forest slopes. The holy river the Ganges is visible from one end of the ridge and one end of the Yamuna, all at a distance of about 20 km, from the end of the cloud in the west to Jabarkhet in the east. During the peak tourist season, one of the most easily accessible hill stations in northern India, Mussoorie is decimated by the crowds of holidaymakers who roam down the Central Mall.