Attractions In Mussoorie - Adventure
Welcome to the Adventure land. Here you can experiance different types of adventure activities. For those who wander off in the beaten tracks & eagurly wish to experience the beauty of nature. Listed below are some adventure treks that can be organized with the help of our Guest Services Manager.

Nag Tibba : Nag Tibba, situated to the northeast of the Doon Valley, at an elevation of 10,000 ft, is the highest peak in the area, surpassed only by the altitudes at which Har-ki-Doon, Yamunotri and Gangotri are situated. Nag Tibba gets its name from a very old temple of Nag Devta (the Snake God) situated at the summit of the mountain.The locals call this place Devta. One can get a stunning view of the Bandarpoonch peak, the Gangotri group of peaks, the Kedarnath peak in the north, to name a few, and Mussoorie in the south.

Har Ki Doon : Har - ki - Doon is situated in the Western ganges of the Garhwal Himalayas, at an elevation of 3,556 metres. This cradle shaped valley is surrounded by dense pine forests and towering mountain peaks. The forests are rich in wildlife and are a paradise for nature lovers and bird-watchers. The trek from Netwar to Osla takes one through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows and chinars. In contrast the trek from Osla to Har-ki-Doon is through terraced fields, coniferous forests and lush green pastures. As Har-ki-Doon falls within a wildlife sanctuary, if lucky, one may get to chance upon a deer of a bear perhaps. There is also a beautifully carved temple dedicated to Duryodhana , the Kaurava Prince.

Tungnath and Chandrashila Peak : (Duration: 2 nights-3 days) - In the course of this hike one can enjoy views of majestic peaks of Panchchuli, Nanda Devi, Nilkanth, Kedarnath. The trek takes you through a combination of dense forests with occasional open pastures which offer a view of the majestic Himalayas. The Alpine meadows, called Bugyals in the local language, are a feast to the eyes from where the mountains seem just within touching distance. Having transversed all these wonderful sights, the ancient temple comes to view which is set at an altitude of 3680m and said to be over 2000 years old.

Khatling Glacier : The Khatling Glacier is situated in the Tehri district and is the source of river Bhilangna. The glacier is surrounded by snow peaks of the Jogin group (6466 m), Sphetic Pristwar (6905 m), Barte Kauter (6579 m), Kirti Stambh (6902 m) and Meru. The trek starts from Ghuttu, a small village. One has to trek about 45 kms and pass through remote villages with thick kharsao forest and wide open beautiful lush grassy meadows. The entry to the Bhilangna valley provides excellent spots for camping.

Himalayan Village Life : Take a walk to a typical small village of Uttarakhand. Khandajhak is located across the valley and a scenic day trek across the Aglar River. Consisting of about 50 families, the villagers are extremely hospitable and live a simple life of subsistence farming. A visit to one of their homes for lunch or tea can be arranged.