Kempty Falls (15 km)
Tourists throng here for a dip in the pool at the foot of the falls. Steps lead down to the pool around which stalls ply tea, towels and bathing suits.
Jharipani Falls (8 km)
Bhatta Falls (7 km), Mossey Falls (7 km) Mussoorie Lake (6 km) - all popular picnic spots. The last also has boating facilities.
Nag Devta Temple (6 km)
Ancient temple dedicated to the Snake God.
Surrounded by dense forests, this temple on top of the Benog Hill is dedicated to goddess Durga
The Yamuna bridge (27 km)
This is a good angling spot but prior permits for fishing must be obtained easily from the Divisional Forest Officer in Mussoorie.
Dhanaulti (25 km)
Surrounded by fragrant pine and deodar forests, this secluded resort is far removed from the bustle of Mussoorie. 8 kms from Dhanauti is the shrine of Surkhanda Devi at a height of 8,000 feet. While it can be approached by car up to Kaddu Khal, the last two-kilometre stretch has to done on foot.
Escorted visit to Rajaji National Park
The Rajaji National Park, Uttaranchal / Uttarakhand is spread over an area of 820.42 SQ. K.M. It is a home of 23 species of mammals and 315 species of Birds.
The Bhadraj temple, dedicated to the elder brother of Lord Krishna (incarnation of Vishnu), is worth visiting for its views of the Doon valley and Chakrata range.
Gun Hill, a curious flat-topped hill is the second highest peak of Mussoorie. It can be accessed either by foot or on a pony or yet again by a 400 meter ropeway that affords a wonderful view on the exciting journey. In colonial times, a gun placed on the summit was used to fire at mid-day for locals to adjust their watches.
Surkhanda Devi, an ancient temple located at 10,000 feet