Lal Tibba


Lal Tibba is the highest peak's topmost point and most famous place in Mussoorie. Popular among tourists and travellers for viewing long trails of major mountain peaks as well as romantic sunset and sunrise, Lal Tibba is located at Depot Hill in Landour.

Untouched by commercialization, Lal Tibba is located on the highest hill of Mussoorie. It is famous for the travelers who wish to encounter the large view of mountain trails. Kedarnath, Baderpunch, Badrinath and many other beautiful places can be spotted via telescope from Lal Tibba.It is located in the Landour Area on the Depot Hill. In the form of a small terrace, it gives you great memories with mesmerizing views of Tibet border. The place is relaxing and has remains of British Architecture. The clear view it offers is soothing to eyes. It brings together the blue sky and lush green terrains in front of our eyes.

About Lal Tibba


The telescope it has gives you eyes to encounter the bewildering views of mountain ranges, Kedarnath, Badrinath and Tibet border. Not only this, but you also get an opportunity to examine the beauty via horse ride at the spot. You for sure to have the prettiest views of Mussoorie in front of your eyes as you reach the Lal Tibba or the Red Hill.The place around serves as a base camp for Indian Military. It has broadcasting towers of Doordarshan and All India Radio as well.Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussoorie is situated in Landour area, which is the oldest populated place in the destination. The site was also referred to as a Depot Hill, due to the presence of depot in the region.The hill houses a camp of The Indian Military services and Broadcasting stations or towers of All India Radio and Doordarshan. The beautiful views of sunrise and sunset from this vantage point can also be seen by travellers visiting Lal Tibba.
In 1967, a Japanese telescope was placed at the tower on a cliff by municipality to offer beautiful views of adjoining places to the travellers. Tourists can have beautiful views of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Banderpunch and other Himalyan ranges from this telescope. Apart from this, tourists can have a glimpse of some old buildings and houses, which are constructed in British architectural style.

Lal Tibba is situated at the top of Depot Hill in Landour.
If you look attentively then you can even see the peaks of Kedarnath, Badrinath and Banderpaunch.
Lal Tibba is one of the highest points of Mussoorie and stands at an elevation of 2275 metres from the sea level.


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