Explore Jharipani Barlowgunj

St. George's College

Standing majestically on a hill, a cut above the rest, overlooking a small Never Never Land called ‘Barlowganj’ is the 161 years old Manor House, where live the Manorites. The spark of inspiration, which was first ignited by Fr. Barry and the Capuchin Friars in the year 1853, has been sheltered and nurtured by the Patrician Brothers. Over these years, the school has grown and developed in leaps and bounds. The times are changing and so is St.

Bhatta Falls

Bhatta Falls is a recently developed picnic spot near Mussoorie. Located at about 7 kms from main Mussoorie city, Bhatta Falls is still untouched by commercialization and has natural stream of water flowing down the hills.

Kempty Falls

Gigantic Fall with somersault of the streams before hitting the bottom, Kempty Falls is the most popular and one of the oldest tourist spot near Mussoorie. Developed before more than 150 years ago by a British man, Kempty Falls is the most fascinating picnic spot or a perfect day out place nearby Mussoorie at a distance of 15 km.

George Everest

George Everest House George Everest House is situated about 6 kms from Gandhi Chowk in Mussoorie and one of the major tourist attractions in Mussoorie which is secluded and peaceful. It offers spectacular views of the snow-clad Himalayan peaks and panoramic views of the Doon Valley.

Jharipani Fall

Jharipani Fall The cascading Jharipani Falls is located on Mussoorie-Jharipani road about 9 km from Mussoorie. From here one needs to cover a favourable distance of 1.5 km either by bus, car or on foot to reach the waterfall. The enchanting Jharipani Falls offers a picturesque view of the Shivalik Range.

Kipling Trail

Once the main route from Dehradun to Mussoorie, the Kipling trail is now an exciting trek far removed from the traffic and overcrowding that marks the new Mussoorie road. This is a 9 km trail starting from the Shahanshahi Ashram and going all the way to Mussoorie through Jharipani and Barlowgunj villages.

Oak Grove School

The first Railway hill school,however,was started in 1870 by the erstwhile Sindh,Punjab and Delhi(SPD) Railway which later came to be known as North western Railway at a bungalow called 'Fairlawn' which was part of the rajah of Nepal's estate and close to the place where Oak Grove School is now located.

Dhanaulti Hill Station

The tinsel town of Dhanaulti is emerging as a popular winter destination because of its tranquil vistas and its proximity to Delhi and various other cities of Uttarakhand. This magical hill station is perched at an elevation of 2286 meters above sea level and offers panoramic views of the lofty Himalayas.

Surkanda Devi Temple

Surkanda Devi temple is a famous shrine located near Kaddukhal, 24 kms from the town of Chamba and 40kms from Mussoorie.

Camel's Back Road

A beautiful peaceful walk under the nature will always boost calmness and inner peace. Camel Back Road provides the same experience in Mussoorie. This 3 km long road is named as Camel Back Rd due to the presence of natural layout of rocks shaped like a camels hump at the end of road.

Lal Tibba, Mussoorie

Untouched by commercialization, Lal Tibba is located on the highest hill of Mussoorie. It is famous for the travelers who wish to encounter the large view of mountain trails. Kedarnath, Baderpunch, Badrinath and many other beautiful places can be spotted via telescope from Lal Tibba.

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