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This is a 2.5-3 km stretch runs parralel to mall road , start from somewhere mid way in mall road and end towards library end. I would advise to go for a walk in the morning or evening as it would be quiet and you...More
We stayed on the Camel's Back road at the Hotel Filigree. Glad that we did. It is in sharp contrast to the hustle and bustle of the Mall Road. There are no shops on this stretch except for the ocassional tiny grocery stores. The length...More
This is a long stretch of road between Kulri bazaar and Library Chowk. Nothing much other than taking a walk. Usually you find newly married couple who visit Mussourie for their honeymoon walking hand in hand (lost in their own world) along this stretch of...More
We have visited this place in the early morning during mid of October. very good view and we could see the ice caped mountain far from this place. However if you have visited the Gun hill point, its not worth to come to see only...More
Camel's back Road is really just another road in Mussoorie to stack hotels onto. There is no footpath so you walk in the middle of the road. There are some places with a nice view and it is much nicer than walking along the Mall...More
It is quite difficult to find another comparable option to Camelback road in terms of solitude, peace and calm and the most invigorating walk amidst spectacular views of snow clad peaks and mountain trails. The 3 km walk from the mall on to this road...More
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Please remember when taking a rickshaw that you do not overload the vehicle. I have seen many fat Indians or several trying to fit in the vehicle to save money. The men who have to pull their inordinate weight are poorly... More
Please remember when taking a rickshaw that you do not overload the vehicle. I have seen many fat Indians or several trying to fit in the vehicle to save money. The men who have to pull their inordinate weight are poorly paid and no person should use them as a beast of burden. if you are genuinely not able to walk, then take the rickshaw, but remember who is doing the work and that they have to feed themselves and their families.