The lush green hills, the varied flora and fauna and the majestic view of the Shivalik ranges and the Doon Valley. Mussoorie has several interesting tourist places like The Mall which extends from Clouds End in the west to Rockville in the east. The Mall gives you a feeling of the old world charm which is heightened by the presence of the Municipal garden, the Tibetan School and Home, and the National Academy of Administration. You can take time to enjoy the ropeway on the second highest peak of Mussoorie, the Gun Hill. It also gives a birds eye view of the town and the Doon school. You can get a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges from the Gun Hill. The wonderful 4km stretch from Kurli Bazaar to Library Point called the Cames Back Rock is a superb experience whether you travel on horse back or simply walk. About 6 kms from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie- Jharipani Road is the beautiful Jharipani Falls. Childers Lodge is the highest peak of Mussoorie while the highest point is Lal Tibba from where you can get an exhilarating view of the snow-clad Himalayas. Surrounded by thick deodar forests, Cloud End is an ideal resort built in 1838 by a British major. Honeymooners and foreigners visit this place often. While in Mussoorie, you ust visit Kempty Falls which is 15kms from Mussoorie on way to Yamunotri, at an altitude of 4500ft.'