Clouds End, Mussoorie

On the outskirts of Mussoorie, Clouds end is a place that offers promising views close of Himalayan ranges and besieging valleys and peaks. Clouds End is surrounded by dense forest of Oak and Deodar trees and unfolds beautiful glimpse to Nature beauty. Away from Mussoorie, at a distance of 7kms it offers amazing and enjoyable weather to tourists. Clouds End also has a building built in 1838 and is a famous tourists spot here.

Clouds End- Geographical End of Mussoorie

Being addressed as Clouds End, the place apparently marks the geographical end of Mussoorie town and is surrounded by 2000 acres of Deodar and Oak trees. Clouds End is a beautiful place that doles out immense of serenity to peace lovers. Though this is full of go with lots of tourists making here each year but its beauty is simply captivating that soothes not only eyes but also human soul. A Cloud’s End visitor can find both pleasant and peaceful weather here. A heritage bungalow that was crafted in the year 1838 by a British man Major Swetenham is also a sightseeing attraction here. It is said to be one of the oldest building in Mussoorie but has preserved its colonial charm and is now converted in to a heritage hotel which is maintained by the owner. For nature and adventure lovers, this place offers range of activities to do as in trekking, rappelling and walkthrough in the dense forest.

Near to Clouds End there is Benog Wildlife Sanctuary and Jwala Devi Temple that are important attractions. Besides, Tibbi Point spectacular sunrise and sunset views are simply awe-inspiring.

How to Arrive at Clouds End Mussoorie

Clouds End is located at a distance of 6kms from Mussoorie and can be arrived at via Taxi or a Jeep that is easily available. Nearest railway station- Dehradun railway station (37kms) and nearest airport strip- Jolly Grant Airport (60kms)



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