Tehri Dam

Tehri Dam

Tehri Dam/Lake is an artificial reservoir that was built over the River Bhagirathi. Located at an elevation of 1700 m / 5500 ft and with a height of over 260 m, it is regarded as the highest dam in India. The dam conserves water for irrigation purposes of the surrounding villages, supplies water to neighboring towns, and is the primary source for the power generation […]

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Dhanolti / Dhanaulti

Dhanolti / Dhanaulti

Dhanolti (also spelled Dhanaulti) is a small village that is located at a distance of 30 km from Mussoorie. Located at an altitude of 2286 m / 7500 ft, Dhanolti is known for its serene and calm environment. The panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas, the surrounding forests of Oak and Deodar, and the village void of the touristy crowd makes Dhanolti an offbeat favourite […]

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Kempty Falls

Kempty Falls

Kempty Falls is perhaps the most visited of all the places to visit around Mussoorie. The magnificent falls are formed when the water drops down over 40 ft. The spectacular view of the falls is further enhanced by the surrounding high and green mountain ranges. To reach to the base of the falls, you need to trek through the dwindling and steep narrow walkway for […]

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Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba is the highest point in the region with an altitude of about 2290 m / 7500 ft and offers magnificent views of the surrounding hills. Lal Tibba translates to Red Hill. The hill is named so because of the beautiful sunrise and sunset views, which turns the surroundings into red color. On a clear day, you can get a glimpse of some of […]

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Bhatta Falls

Bhatta Falls

Bhatta Falls is a beautiful natural waterfall located at a distance of 10 km from Mussoorie. The picturesque waterfalls is formed when water descends down almost 30 m / 100 ft amidst lush greenery. The clear water flows down the valley and then cascades down to form one of the most spectacular waterfalls. Bhatta Falls Bhatta Falls gets its name as it is located in […]

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