Camel Back Road


A beautiful peaceful walk under the nature will always boost calmness and inner peace. Camel Back Road provides the same experience in Mussoorie. This 3 km long road is named as Camel Back Rd due to the presence of natural layout of rocks shaped like a camels hump at the end of road.

Starting from Library Point to Kulri Bazaar, Camel Back Road is one of the must visit location in Mussoorie. One can witness a romantic sunrise and sunset from this road easily. A perfect way to walk with nature at all around, Camel Back Road is little bit crowded in summers morning and evening.Visitors also like to enjoy snacks and amazing views of Doon valley from this road. A 180 years old British Cemetery also catch visitor eyes while walking at Camel Back Rd. Auto Rickshaw or horse rides are available for those who are unable to do long walks.

Camel's Back Road is a stretch of 3 km long natural display of rocks. The name of this road is derived from its rocks placement and its shape like camel’s hump. Serving as a connecting link between two prominent locations of the destination, the road begins from Library point and leads towards Kulri Bazaar. Apart from this, tourists can also have a glimpse of this road from the Mussoorie Public School. Offering a beautiful view of sunset, sunrise and snow capped mountains, the road is ideally used by locals for carrying out morning and evening walks. Surrounded by rocky mountains and lush green surroundings, the road is known for its natural beauty.
Tourists can easily reach Camel's Back Road by hiring auto rickshaws, while horseback rides are also available. Tourists can also visit this place by trekking through various mountain peaks.

When packing your bags do not forget to keep those pair of sport shoes that might have not been used in a long time. You will be happy to take them out when you head to the famous Camel's Back Road. Here you can relish the vast treasure of nature and the tranquil surroundings that Mussoorie offers. You can also enjoy a horse ride popular among the tourists costing INR 100 for 2.5 Kms. One side of the road has few shops and restaurants and from the other side you can get the mesmerizing view of Doon Valley sparkling with lights after sunset. You might just be left wondering if the stars have actually fallen and graced the land. Also in one part you will find a line of telescopes giving a clear view of the landmarks of Mussoorie and places around like Gangotri and Yamunotri. Take a walk to remember!


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