Trekking in Mussoorie is considered to be the best sport for discovering the exquisite landscapes of Himalayas. Also known as the Queen of Hills, Mussoorie is a favourite spot for the trekkers to experience a vacation filled with pulse-racing activities. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, Mussoorie is blessed with the beauty of Himalayas and offers an exhilarating getaway from the summer heat. For all the backpackers, trekking tours in Mussoorie offer a fascinating escape away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Some of the famous places where you can enjoy trekking in Mussoorie are Nag Tibba Summit, Bhadraj Temple trek, Har ki dun trek, Yamunotri Saptarishi Kund Trek, Dodikal trek etc. Mussoorie is renowned for its wonderful climate and these trekking trips can be enjoyed by the tourists throughout the year except during the monsoon months.

The thrill of trekking in Mussoorie is something that everyone must experience on their holiday. In the company of expert guides, trekking is a wholesome adventure when combined with activities like camping, bonfire, birdwatching etc. These treks are ideal for both the beginners and expert trekkers and range from easy to moderate difficulty levels. The cost of trekking in Mussoorie ranges from INR 1700 to INR 3500 per person and differs according to the time taken, distance, facilities offered etc. The natural outdoors of Mussoorie beckon all the thrill seekers to challenge their spirits and rejuvenate themselves with the most adventurous treks. With landscapes that boast of majestic green valleys and gorgeous hilltops, Mussoorie has a surprise in store for every trekking enthusiast. The treks in Mussoorie is a great way to spend some time in the company of nature and revive your senses. Amidst the picturesque setting of Mussoorie, trekking is the most amazing sport to live an adventurous weekend in the idyllic boulevards of nature.

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Lal Tibba Trek I Book Now @ ₹1000 Only & Save 28% New
Lal Tibba Trek I Book Now @ ₹1000 Only & Save 28%



Location: Mussoorie Mall Road Starting Point/ Ending Point: Picture Palace, Mall RoadIn the local language, Lal Tibba means the Red Hill. This is said to be the oldest and the most popular place in Mussoorie. Lal Tibba is located on the top of Depot Hill in Landour and is known for its scenic beauty courtesy the pleasant sunrise and sunset that leave the travelers spellbound. Lal Tibba is located on the highest point of the area due to which it provides stunning viewpoints in the region. One can take the panoramic views through the lens of an old telescope mounted on a top of a  20-meter-tall tower at the edge of the cliff. Lal Tibba has mesmerizing views of the Tibet border, further one can take some amazing look of Himalayan Mountain peaks, like Badrinath, Kedarnath, etc with the help of telescope installed on the towers. This Lal Tibba trek provides wanderers to reach the highest point of Mussoorie and revive themselves in the lap of Nature. The guide will meet and greet you at Mussoorie Mall Road. Start your hike from Mall road till Lal Tibba situated at 7,460 Ft. Visit Chaar Dukan, a famous sightseeing café in Landour which gives a mesmerizing view of the snowy white line of ranges from there. En-route visit the famous Kellogg Memorial Church which is a historical building built-in 1903. Travelers can visit the Lal Tibba in two different slots morning and evening. The place is popular for its shopping, old fashioned cafes and colonial architecture. It is advised to try the famous Masala Tea. Available Booking Option: Sunrise: 4 AM to 8 AMSunset : 3 PM to 7 PM

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Benog Tibba Trek | Book Now & Get Cashback of ₹250 Featured
Benog Tibba Trek | Book Now & Get Cashback of ₹250



Location: MussoorieActivity Timings: 6 HrsStarting Point/ Ending Point: Clouds EndMussoorie also known as 'Queen of Hills' gives wanderlust variety of adventurous treks in this town, one of the famous being Benog Hill trek. Perched at an elevation of 2,250 meters, Benog Hill, or Benog Tibba is one of the highest peaks in the Mussoorie region. Surrounded by the beautiful Doon Valley to the south, the rich Yamuna to the west, the Majestic Mussoorie Hills to the east, and the mighty Himalayas to the north. Benog Hill gives a perfect bend to the travelers seeking adventure, photograph, hiking, and exclusive time with nature. Benog Hill lies 10 Km from Mussoorie and lies in the periphery of Benog Wildlife Sanctuary. The trail is also famous with the name of Benog Tibba trek, it involves a scenic forest walk followed by an easy & adventurous zig-zag climb to the Benog Hill peak a small temple is dedicated to Jwala Devi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga stands at the peak enhancing the beauty and calm of the place. The guide will meet and greet you at Benog Wildlife Sanctuary. The travelers would be provided with the tetra-packs of juice and water bottles with packed lunch. Start your hike from Clouds End known for the endpoint of Mussoorie, start the journey from here by walking through thick forests of oak and deodar. Along the way, pass through Benog Mountain Quail Sanctuary, and hike your way to the top, later make the descent passing through Murray Pumping Station, end the jaunt in Happy Valley. Famous for its enchanting gardens and temples, it presents itself as a perfect place to bring this trek to Benog Tibba full circle. Start & time will be as per the preference.How to reach the starting point of Benog Tibba trek?Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is approx 10 km west of Mussoorie, One can easily commute through local public transports or Private cab service is also easily available

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Bhadraj Trek, Uttarakhand | Book Online @ Flat 13% off New
Bhadraj Trek, Uttarakhand | Book Online @ Flat 13% off



Start Point | End Point: Cloud end, MussoorieDuration: 1 Night 2 DaysLocation: DudhliBhadraj Hill trek is a modest, well-balanced trek for beginners. One of the best weekend treks in Mussoorie, it can be completed in one or two days. The trail to Dudhli Village is called Milkman’s Trail, as it helps supply milk to Mussoorie town every day. You’re likely to be envious of the “milkman” considering he gets to start his day on such a lovely note. All along the ridge, Gangetic plains slope down on either side, while Himalayan ranges sit snug in the distance.Bhadraj trekking trail of Bhadraj forest and temple leads through densely forested northern slopes and the southern slopes covered with barren grasslands at an altitude of 8,038 feet. Pass through extremely contrasting terrains. On one side the majestic Himalaya treks overlook the trail, and on the other side Indian plains emerge.Bhadraj Temple is dedicated to Lord Bal Bhadra, brother of Lord Krishna. The summit provides a panoramic view of the Doon Valley, Himalayan peaks, Shivalik ranges & Chakrata ranges can also be seen from here. Every year a three day fair is held at Bhadraj temple starting from 15th August to 17th August.

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Guided Trek to Udan Top, Mussoorie
Guided Trek to Udan Top, Mussoorie



About the Activity:Experience the thrill of trekking atop Udan with a group of excited trekkers and enjoy the amazing view! Climb atop Udan and get the chance to scale a height of 9800 ft and engage in a high powered trekking session. Enjoy the views of the pine forests, the Deodar trees and the peaks of Kathiyan and other mountains all around you.

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INR 450

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20 May 2016
Rukhmani Adiga Nagtibba Trek
Best suitable for beginners, but care is required while trekking. We had taken all safety measures before the trip and no doubt we had awesome experience.
10 May 2016
Archan Nambeesan Nagtibba Trek
What an experience it was. we came across a lot of greenery items in between that was looking cool but were poisonous. The trail was marked and guide was with us so the whole experience was like exploring any known world. Snaps we took at the peak was great, behind us was a cloudy view, making the photographs awesome.
One of the challenging trek I took part so far but I'm so thankful to our guide who was there with us all the time and help us with the walked when we reach the steeps or terrain, the guide was friendly always keep the group together, answer all the questions and fulfilled our request, the porter was friendly and the entire staff too, nice-accommodation, good foods, everything was well-organized and well-managed... It was hard but worth every single minute.
Village Camping experience was a very good idea. had an amazing time at the was Perfect Mixture of Camping and Offbeat, bornfire was also there, and the best part was Panoramic View Of Nature Around us. Thanks to Thrillophilia.
It was an an amazing experience. I had great time with my friends. We also enjoyed trekking to some vantage point to witness the spectacular view of the valley and the hills. Thanks thrillophilia for this wonderful tour.
We had a great trekking experience with Thrillophilia. The guide was informative and friendly and we really enjoyed learning about the Lal Tibba Trek. The lush green trails were worth seeing and the mountain view was just breathtaking.
A highly recommended trekking experience in Mussoorie with Thrillophilia. The trek is a circular one so it has so many views to cover and the highlight of our trekking was to speak to the locals and hear about the tales of the temple and stories of the guide. We are so happy that we went there and had a great time.
As a beginner, it is one of the best first trekking experiences we had at Nag Tibba Trekking. The adoring beauty this trek offers is simply marvellous.
Going for this trek in the months of winter was really exciting. Snows make it a bit moderate but the views are awe-inspiring. We didn’t see anything that beautiful during our entire trip.
The view of the mountain from the telescope was really beautiful. We visited there last November and the trail was covered with snow. Do go with a guide only otherwise you can lose your way up there. The morning views were really astonishing and we loved the visit to the church as well. Thrillophilia conducts this trek nicely and enjoyed trekking with them.

People Also Ask About Trekking in Mussoorie

  1. When is the best time to visit Mussoorie for trekking?

    Summer marks the peak season in Mussoorie. The best time to plan a getaway to Mussoorie would be in summers, in the month of May and June as you will experience a pleasant weather. 

  2. How can I reach Mussoorie?

    • By Air: The nearest airport to Mussoorie is the Jollygrant Airport. From here, you can reach Mussoorie in about an hour by road.
    • By Road: Mussoorie is well-connected by road. A number of state government and private buses connect Mussoorie with nearby places like Delhi, Dehradun and other important towns of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Buses for Mussoorie are available on a frequent and daily basis, so passengers can choose a bus depending on their convenience.
    • By Train: The nearest railway station would be the Dehradun Railway station. This is connected to the major cities like Delhi and Shimla and frequent trains are available.
  3. Which are some famous winter treks in Mussoorie?

    Some of the famous winter treks in Mussoorie are:

    • LalTibba: It is known for its height and is one of the highest mountain treks inMussoorie. Badrinath temple and Kedarnath Temple Mountains can be easily spotted with a telescope; witness the calmness of sunrise and sunset on this winter trek.
    • Bhadraj Forest and Temple is another trek on which you can experience the lush green spreads and serenity in this season.
  4. Which are some famous summer treks in Mussoorie?

    • HathiPaon Night Trek is a beautiful night trek which is just 4 kilometres to George Everest. You can indulge in night activities like star-gazing during this trek. Witness the amazing wishing well on your way back to HathiPaon.
    • Another great summer trek would be Jwala Devi Trek where you can trek to famous wildlife sanctuaries and witness sights of fauna and flora
    • Another great place to trek is the Nag Tibba Trek where you will climb a circular path, passing through villages and jungle.
  5. Is it safe to do trekking in Mussoorie?

    Trekking is an adventurous activity which has its own risks. Although Mussoorie is a place of many beautiful hills and valleys, Nag Tibba is considered a safe pathway for your trekking plan.


    The difficulty level of trekking in these ranges is considered easy to moderate. While there are other hills you can enjoy trekking on, it is safer to have a local person to guide and help you. Some of the tips are to exchange the money at authoriseddealing shops and always ask for a receipt.


    Don’t take unnecessary risks. Keep your documents handy while travelling, majorly your passport. Always carry a map even when you are with a guide. Do not leave cash or valuables in cars or taxis and majorly do not trust strangers.

  6. Which is the highest peak for trekking in Mussoorie?

    LalTibba is the highest peak in the whole of Mussoorie, with a tallness of 9,915 feet, also known as the Serpent's Peak.


    This is also a picturesque location as you can witness the Yamuna River flowing across the valley. Plan a rafting activity after your tiresome walk.

  7. Can I do the Nag Tibba Trek? What sort of a trek is it?

    Yes, you can do trekking on Nag Tibba, the highest peak in the lesser Himalayan region.  You can trek to the top of Nag Tibba to get a panoramic view of the Himalayas. Ravish in the stunning views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri group of peaks, Srikanth Peak, Kedarnathpeak in the north, Doon valley and the snow peaks of Changabang.


    It is one of the easiest treks in the whole of India, and is a famous winter trek. You can expect to reach the top of the peak in a time span of 3-4 hours. Nag Tibba is popular for its altitude, reaching up to 9,915 ft at max, where you can witness a small temple perched upon the Nag Tibba ‘Jhandi’, the highest point of the trek.

  8. Can I do Tap tibba Peak Trek? What is the difficulty level?

    Yes, you can experience Tap Tibba trek near the city of Mussoorie. Situated at a height of 10,000 ft., enjoy the spectacular view of the Palla Peak.  Enjoy the thrill of trekking with your loved ones on these rugged terrains of the north.


    The difficulty level of climbing on this hill is moderate. This has an elevation of 3,022 metres (9,915 ft) and is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas. Witness the snow clad mountains and the cold breeze that takes your heart away. Make sure to carry all your essentials while planning a trek.

  9. Will we stay in camps during trekking in Mussoorie?

    You can definitely stay in camps during your trekking time in Mussoorie. Experience sleeping under the open night sky and gazing at the constellations, while being surrounded by tranquillity and quietness.


    Nag Tibba is one trek where you can be accommodated in tents for a true experience. Dance around campfires and make that scrumptious meal over barbeque grills.


    Apparently, camps will be there in most of the treks but it’s always advisable to check the dates before booking, also collect information about camping facility in a particular trek.

  10. What type of tents will there be for me?

         The tents that you will be provided are generally made of Polyethylene. Also, there will be two kinds of camps, commonly called as swiss and deluxe. You can opt between the en-suite bathroom camps and the swiss camps or common bathroom camps; both kinds of tents are available for your accommodation.


    The tents will be waterproof and spacious enough to accommodate up to 3 persons under one tent.

  11. What all things must I carry while going for trekking in Mussoorie?

    You must be well equipped with all your essentials while going for trekking. The things you must carry while going for trekking in Mussoorie include:

    • Walking stick
    • Map
    • Fleece jackets
    • Binoculars
    • Sleeping bag
    • Hiking shoes : lightweight and hard sole boots
    • Woolen clothes
    • Water, juices and energy drinks
    • Easy to eat snacks
    • Electric torch
    • Scissors
    • Sunglasses
    • Medical kit : equipped with medicines for motion sickness, fever and food poisoning
    • A good compass
    • An extra pair of clothes
    • Battery backup
  12. Is it safe for a solo female to trek in Mussoorie?

    Yes, it is safe for a solo female trekker to stay in Mussoorie. The crime rate in this state of India is comparatively less and you can hope for a harmonious stay.


    Plan and create an itinerary and take suggestions before going. Book in advance all the places that you plan to visit in Mussoorie and be sure to have wonderful memories.

  13. What sort of sleeping bags will be there during the trek?

    You will be provided with proper and comfortable sleeping bags. These will have long foamed mats on which a person can sleep with ease. Moreover, if you are already familiar with heat and insulation, these bags will help insulate your body from the cold ground and keep you from shivering. Further, you can carry your own sleeping bag during the trek.

  14. What are the different things apart from trek which can be done in Mussoorie?

    • Plan a visit to Mussoorie Adventure Park: take amazing rides and dive in the pool at the Adventure Park in Mussoorie.
    • Go on a shopping spree along the Mall road
    • Experience Nightlife of Mussoorie: see the local markets and dancing clubs.
    • Get enthralled by the spectacular scenic valleys and waterfalls.
    • Locate the Tibetan Market and explore the famous tibetan culture
    • Experience the local culture of Mussoorie
    • Visit the Soham heritage centre to admire the artworks
  15. Which are some famous sightseeing spots in Mussoorie?

    Some of the best sightseeing spots in Mussoorie are:
    • Enjoy the picturesque Jharipani falls and enchanting Kempty Waterfalls
    • Visit Christ Church
    • Walk on Camel’s Back Road
    • Explore Tibetan Market
    • Visit LalTibba
    • Beautiful Lake Mist
    • Discover wilderness at Benog Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Picnic at the Cloud’s end and Happy Valley
    • Pay a visit to Jwala Devi Temple
    • Go on an expedition in Mussoorie Adventure Park
    • Admire the wildlife at Vinog Mountain Quail Sanctuary
  16. What adventure activities are famous in Mussoorie?

    Mussoorie is a house of adventure and if you visit this place, be sure to partake this opportunity and get indulge in the activities like Rafting, Climbing and Trekking.

    • Raft your way on Yamuna waters
    • Marvel at the amazing waters from Kempty waterfalls
    • Indulge in a rock climbing experience
    • Rappel your way through the mountains
    • Take a cable car ride and admire the beautiful view from the top
    • Trek on some of the highest peaks in India
    • Take a zip line sky trek which is as interesting and fun as it sounds