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Visit Cloud's End

Your feet might get a sore while trekking the hills of Mussoorie but your eyes will never get exhausted. The spectrum of enchantments the hill station spans is testimony to an amazing vacation in the making. As the name suggests, Clouds End marks the geographical end of Mussoorie. It is a visual treat with its thick Oak and Deodar forests. To enjoy salubrious climate, divine peace and tranquillity, Clouds End is your ultimate destination.  

Your feet might get a sore while trekking the hills of Mussoorie but your eyes will never get exhausted. The spectrum of enchantments the hill station spans is testimony to an amazing vacation in the making. As the name suggests, Clouds End marks the geographical end of Mussoorie. It is a visual treat with its thick Oak and Deodar forests. To enjoy salubrious climate, divine peace and tranquillity, Clouds End is your ultimate destination.

The thick forests house a beautiful heritage bungalow that still emanates a colonial charm, the Clouds End Hotel. Its architecture, paintings, furnishings and memorabilia speak volumes of its bygone days. Another 2km walk along the forest will bring you to the premises of Benog Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to a good assortment of flora and fauna. Tibbi Point provides amazing sunrise and sunset views. While in Clouds End one could visit the nearby Jwala Devi Temple as well.

Factual notes:

  • Clouds End is located approximately 7km from main Mussoorie city
  • It spans across an area of nearly 2,000 acres.
  • The Clouds End Hotel, built in 1838 by Major Swetenham, is one of the oldest buildings in the hill station.
  • The Dehradun Railway Station is at an estimated distance of 37km and the Jolly Grant Airport is around 60km from Clouds End.




 

Timing

PREFFERED BY

Nature Lovers

TIME SPENT

1 to 2 hours

ENTRY FEE

Quick Info

  • Attractions

    Hill Station
  • Altitude

    3350 meters
  • STD Code

    0135
  • Best Season

    Throughout the year
  • State/Code

    /175xxx
  • LANGUAGES

    Garhwali, Kumaoni and Hindi