Kempty Falls: 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‘.
Camel’s Back Road: The road got its name because it resembles a camel’s hump. This is one of the most preferred spot for trekking as there are many places where one can enjoy trekking and adventure activities.
The Mall Road: Located in the heart of Mussoorie city, The Mall is famous for picturesque viewpoints providing amazing views of the Doon valley. The Mall is also a prominent shopping location in Mussoorie. There are old styled video game parlours and exciting skating rinks available for kids entertainment. Tourists can enjoy food and snacks at the various small and big restaurants on the both side of the Mall.
Nag Devta Temple An ancient temple dedicated to the God of Snakes is situated on the Cart Mackenzie Road. Located 6 km from the city centre, the temple is frequently visited by devotees as well as tourists.
Jwalaji Temple Perched on the top of Benog Hill, the Jwalaji Temple was constructed ages ago in honour of Maa Durga. At a distance of about 9 km from Mussoorie, this magnificent white structure is enveloped by thick greens and looks like a crown of the hill from afar.
Surkhanda Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Parvati and is revered equally both by locals as well as tourists alike. Perched at a height of about 10,000 feet, the Surkanda Devi Temple offers a 360 degree view of the Garhwal region of the Himalayas and the Dehradun valley along with snow-covered peaks that add to the beauty of the temple.