Bhadraj Hill is just ahead of Mussoorie and Clouds End which is a little ahead of Mussoorie, and has to itself a pristine temple with an everlasting view of the valley tucked between clouds, visible from Bhadraj Peak. You can make this a two-day trek and pick a starting point. You can go either from Dehradun or Mussoorie. The distance from Dehradun to Bhadraj Hill is about 20km and should take you around four to five hours. You can do this trek with Eco Trekking Club. 14) Heart of Dehradun walk
Dak Pathar is a reservoir built on the Yamuna river, and is quite a touristy spot in Dehradun. Once you reach Dak Pathar, you can go to the Asan Barrage Water Sports Resort Complex where they have different kinds of water sport activities. Dak Pathar is a little on the outskirts and 45km away from Dehradun. You do not need to cover the entire distance on foot, so start walking from whatever distance that should be convenient for you to cover. 8) Lambi Dehar Mines
Mussoorie Adventure Park
Its this cool yet warm place known as the famous hill station in Dehradun. Had been there at the start of the summer in April 2011, yes this is a very late post, but I still dream of going there again. The mountains, the greenery, the cold yet the cuddly warmth of the place, the hot paranthas, are sure going to call you there. If i am going there again, I am surely going to build my house there and make it a holiday home.
Best time to visit: October to AprilHow to reach: Take an overnight bus to Dehradun, from there take a local bus or taxi to Mussoorie. The trek starts from the Clouds End Resort, which is 3km away from the main town. The trek can take 6 to 7 hours depending on your speed.Trail: The trail to Benog Tibba starts from either Clouds End Resort or Library?. The first stop is the Benog Mountain Quail Sanctuary. After that stay on the well-marked forest trail to reach the top in few hours. The trail is not very tough and after a panoramic view at the top get back through Happy Valley.
Simbalwara Wildlife Sanctuary
Govind ghat is a town in Chamoli area, Uttarakhand, India, situated at the conjunction of the Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga streams. It lies around approximately 22 kilometers (14 mi) from Joshimath on NH58 at a height of 6,000 feet (1,800 meters). This is one of the most essential spots of love of Hindus and the beginning stage for trekking to Hemkund Sahib and Valley of Flowers.The gurudwara, situated on the right bank of the Alaknanda River, is the most vital point of interest in the territory which attracts a large chunk of travelers coming to Uttarakhand. It additionally gives convenience to pioneers. The neighborhood business sector has numerous lodgings, visitor houses and eateries which serves mouth watering food at reasonable prices. The economy blossoms with the voyaging season, which starts toward the end of May and keeps going until the end of September. This is the best time to pay a visit to Govind Ghat.
Gurudwara Paonta Sahib
Next morning we started our journey towards Chandigarh, took a halt at the Gurudwara at Paonta Sahib. This Gurudwara Paonta Sahib has linkages to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and the Sikh leader Banda Bahadur. Its original name was Paontika. "Paon" in Hindi means feet and "tika" in Hindi means became stable. Gurudwara was huge and quiet peaceful with a divine atmosphere. The food provided at the Langar was also very tasty. Bandi who was planning to skip lunch ended up eating the most.