A place to stay for the travelling soul.
Kempty Falls were developed as a tourist destination by a British officer John Mekinan, around 1835. The name Kempty is probably derived from the word 'camp-tea', A stream of water running throughout the year starting from the southwest of village Bungalow ko kandi moves northwest and falls from 4,500 ft.
Mahasu Devta Temple is located on the Tuini-Mori road at Hanol. It is the ancient temple, built in 9th century. The temple is dedicated to Mahasu Devta who is considered to be the sole arbiter, reigning supreme over the innumerable indigenous Indian Gods and Goddesses; and is worshiped by the people of Hanoi and the villages nearby.
7 km from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Dehradun Road near Bhatta Village. Accessible by car or bus up to Bhatta from where the fall is 3 km by foot. A fall with different ponds for bathing and water amusements, ideal place for picnic. Bhatta Falls is located only 7 kms from Mussoorie, on the Mussoorie - Dehradun Highway. One can arrive at Bhatta Falls via car or the taxi service which is available at all times.
Bhadraj Temple is located on the extreme western region of Mussoorie, offering a splendid view of the Doon Valley, the Chakrata ranges and the Jaunsar Bawar area of Garhwal Himalayas. Situated at a distance of 15kms from Mussoorie, it is an ideal place for trekking. The temple is dedicated to Lord Balbhadra, brother of Lord Krishna, and is situated atop a hill.