Mussoorie Industrial Visit

Mussoorie going students can have their industrial visit at Haridwar or Dehradun, Dehradun has Many institutions of national importance like the Forest Research Institute; Oil and Natural Gas Commission; Indain Military Academy; Indian Institute of Petroleum and Survey of India , Wild Life Institute etc. are located in Dehra Dun which makes it a place of national importance attracting tourists in large numbers. apart from dehradun we recommend haridwar for industrial visit for outstation students as The State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand (SIDCUL) has established a SEZ adjacent to Shivalik Nagar near Haridwar, this SEZ has numerous industries like Hindustan Lever, Dabur, Mahendra & Mahendra, Havells Hero MotoCorp Ltd, Minda Industries Ltd, Atul Auto Limited, Cavinkare Pvt. Ltd. Etc.

Mussoorie, known as the Queen of the Hills, famous for its scenic beauty, is a fascinating hill resort. It commands a wonderful view of the extensive Himalayan snow ranges in the north-west and glittering views of the Doon Valley, Roorkee, Saharanpur and Haridwar in the South. Mussoorie was discovered by Captain Young, an adventurous military officer in 1827, who was lured by the extraordinarily beautiful ridge and laid its foundation. The town retains much of its colonial charm and is well worth a visit for its beautiful scenery and lovely walks.

Sights to See

Cloud’s End
The resort is surrounded by thick deodar forests. The bungalow built in 1838 by a British major and one of the first four buildings of Mussoorie, has now been converted into a hotel.

Camel’s Back Road
A lovely promenade along the wooded slopes.

Children’s Lodge
A vantage point of Mussoorie, with extensive views of the northern hill ranges.

Gun Hill
The second highest point in the town, it offers a panoramic view of the surroundings and the snow covered mountains in the north.

Van Chetna Kendra, Jwalaji Temple:
At an altitude of 2104 m on top of the Benog Hill, it is surrounded by forests and offers a panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks, Doon valley and Yamuna valley. The other places of interest are Bhatta Fall, Lal Tibba, Mossey Fall & Mussoorie Lake.

Municipal Garden (4 km):
A popular picnic spot with a beautiful garden

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is Jolly Grant at Dehradun (61 km). However, Delhi is the most convenient airport.
The nearest railhead is Dehradun 35 km, connected by rail with major cities and towns of India. Taxis and buses are available outside the railway station for transit to Mussoorie, there is a Mussoorie bus stand near the station.
Mussoorie is connected by road with:
  • Badrinath 329 km
  • Dehradun 34 km
  • Delhi 269 km
  • Gangotri 256 km
  • Hanuman Chatti 132 km
  • Haridwar 101 km
  • Kedarnath 259 km
  • Nainital 355 km
  • Rishikesh 76 km
  • Tehri 77 km
  • Shimla 284 km
  • Srinagar (Garhwal)187 km
  • Yamunotri 139 km

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Industries Enroute

  • BHEL
  • Hero Honda Ltd
  • Dabur India Ltd
  • Gurukul Kangri Pharmacy

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Excursions Jharipani Falls (8.5 km):
One of the many waterfalls around Mussoorie, it is a popular picnic spot.

Jheel (6 km):
A picnic spot on the Dehradun-Mussoorie Road, offers a good view of Doon Valley.


Nag Devta Temple (6 km):
This ancient temple, situated on Cart Road provides a charming view of the Doon Valley and Mussoorie.

Sir George Everest House (6 km):

Sir George Everest, first Surveyor General of India, had his office and residence here.

Bhadraj temple (15 km):
Situated on the extreme western region of Mussoorie town, this temple is dedicated to Lord Balbhadra, brother of Shri Krishna.

Parkasheshji temple (20 km):
the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Surkhanda Devi (40 km):
Situated at an elevation of 3, 030 m above sea level near village Kaddukhal, the temple of Surkanda Devi is a lovely place to visit. Visitors can go up to Kaddu Khal (Devasthali) by bus or by car from where the temple is about 2 km on foot.

Kempty Falls (15 km):
It is the biggest and perhaps the prettiest of the waterfalls in Mussoorie’s vicinity.

Dhanaulti (25 km):
An ideal place for a quiet holiday, Dhanaulti, 2250 metres above sea level, is nestled amidst deodar and oak forests.