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Lal Tibba, Mussoorie
(3.6/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
The highest point of a hill station founded by a member of the East India Company, Lal Tibba provides priceless views the Himalayan peaks. Take a relaxing walk around the forested hilltop area, gaze through the telescope to spot the nearby sights and the faraway mountains, or just relax on a bench and enjoy the scenic views. Put Lal Tibba on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Mussoorie holiday planner.
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  • Pointers: - The highest point in Mussoorie is situated in Landour area - Tourists can see some old buildings and houses, which are constructed in British architectural style. - For eating outs you can...  more »
  • This place offers very good views of himalayas from mussoorie (ofcourse if you are going to dhanaulti or other place they will beat this, but in mussoorie this is the best place), returning back char ...  more »
  • The way upto the destination is full of steep roads so choose a powerful car and an experienced driver to get up there. Also, preferable time to visit is when there is little sunshine as it looks more...  more »
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  • we visited laal Tibba in month of june . it is one of the highest peak in mussoorie region . you can easily reach here by local cabs. by only 30 minutes drive. from here you can see the great himalayas.
  • The site was okay. Private owners gives you a conplementary handmade cofee which actully is not complemntary but forced. Very mismanaged and pathetic place. I was not able to see anything through the binocluars. And we were struck for 2 hours due to heavy traffic jam. Roads are very narrow and local taxi is prefered
  • Very good view... If u are at mussorie must visit lal tibba
  • I took this mid March trip with my sister to Dehradun, Mussorie and Landour. Hands down Landour took my breathe away. It has that old world charm and the laid back atmosphere. We had breakfast at the famous Char Dukaan and then stopped by Cafe Ivy which has an amazing view of the Dhauladhar mountains. The lunch at Dolma was what we needed the most. the Tibetan dishes were cooked to perfection. I think one should Landour to avoid the hustle bustle of Mussorie.
  • This place is a called New Laal Tibba because the actual , real Laal Tibba is where the large TV tower is located, further along the ridge to the west. When Doordarshan built the tower, they made the old viewing point a prohibited area. The tourists still wanted to go to the famous Laal Tibba for a view of the snow mountains so people just redirected them to the excellent lookout point at the gate to the Childers Estate (now Nahata Estate).