Mussoorie, the famous Queen of Hill stations, as claimed by the British nobility who sidestepped hot, aimless summers of Delhi and Kolkata by investing time here.being at a normal height of 2,000 meters (6,600 ft), Mussoorie, with its green slopes and fluctuated vegetation, is an intriguing slope resort. Ordering snow reaches to the north-east, and sparkling perspectives of the Doon Valley and Shiwalik runs in the south, the town was once said to present a “fairyland” climate to vacationers. The most elevated point is Lal Tibba with a stature of in excess of 2,290 meters (7,500 ft).
Mussoorie, 300 kilometers north of Delhi the capital of India, is among the more prominent slope stations of India, and is known as the Queen among the slope stations. It neglects the sprawling Doon valley and the city of Dehradun, the door to Mussoorie and infact to the whole Garhwal district of the Himalayas.
Spread over an edge, 2000 meters above ocean level, Mussoorie offers inaccessible perspectives of the blessed and relentless stream Ganga from one end of the edge, and of the acclaimed waterway Jamuna from the other; a stretch of around 19 kilometers all.
Mussorie likewise has the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, the chief preparing establishment for officers of the Indian Administrative Service (I.a.s) and other common administrations. This one of a kind foundation is found around 2 km from Gandhi Chowk.