1. Bhadraraj Temple trek (8 kms.)– ( 2450) Bhadraj Temple is dedicated to Lord Bal Bhadra, brother of Lord Krishna. The summit provides a panoramic view of the Doon Valley, Himalayan peaks, Shivalik ranges, Dakpather and Asan Barrage. Chakrata ranges and Jaunsar Bawar areas can also be seen from here. Every year a three day fair is held at Bhadraj temple starting from 15th August to 17th August. This moderate level trek can be started from Cloud’s End, and the trail passes through Dudhli village to reach Bhadraj Temple. From Dudhli, an uphill 8 km trek, following the ridge westwards, takes you to this trek destination—Bhadraj Temple.
Cost - 4000/- per group (up to 10 pax group)
2. Benog Hill Trek – (3 kms.) 2240 mts. Benog Tibba Circuit Benog Hill is bounded by dense forests. From the summit, you can see the magnificent snow-clad Himalayan Trekking Peaks, Doon valley, and Yamuna Valley. This trekking trail is a delight for environment and botanical lovers, and also for historians. You cross the magnificent forest of deodar, apricots, rhododendron and oak with the glimpse of Mussoorie wild life sanctuary. From the Cloud End, you need to turn north, trek downhill, and take the east to cross a well-defined 3 km southern meadow trail to reach Benog. The northern side of the peak is densely forested and houses the now almost extinct goral (mountain goat). And the southern part of the peak is a beautiful meadow of medicinal plants and wild flowers.
Cost - 3000 /- per group (up to 10 pax. group)
3. George Everest Park – (3 Kms.) The day hike outside of Mussoorie to George Everest House and up to the hilltop beyond is one well worth taking. George Everest was the surveyor of the Indian Himalayas in the last century and had a base and house here just outside of Mussoorie. Mount Everest was named for him. The house is under the jurisdiction of the Archeological Survey of India but it has been long neglected.This place is very beautiful with the splendid view of thick forest of alpine trees and stunning view of Dun Valley and the Great Himalayas. Cost - 2000/- per group (up to 10 pax. group) More