Dalai Hills is one amongst the very magnificent and extremely beautiful places located in Mussoorie. Dalai Hills in Mussoorie is about a 400 meter walk from the Tibetan temple, Shedup Choephelling Temple in the Happy Valley, Mussoorie.It is decorated with the Buddhist Prayer Flags all over and has a statue of Lord Buddha constructed by 20th regional Tibetan youth Congress, Mussoorie to prevent disease, war, conflict and natural disaster that occurred on 13 June 2014.
It’s lies just above LBS (lal bahadur academy) and on a clear day magnificent views of the greater Himalayas can be seen from this place. For trekking enthusiast the place has various trekking routes which goes through thick forest rich in flora and fauna.
The place is covered with dense forests. It is a perfect spot for a picnic and camping with your friends. You will find many people capturing moments and the epic view in their handy cameras. It is fun as well as an adventure place where you can enjoy the fullest spend some quality time with your loved ones.
Take a short breath and remember one thing that ,”life begins at the end of your comfort zone”. So fasten your seat belts and buckle up your shoes and get ready to reach the zenith.This is the place where Tibetans first arrived in India when they fled from Lhasa. The place situated in the rich flora and fauna also provides an excellent view of mountains and peaks. There you find a Buddhist Temple, a place of finding peace and heaven.
How to reach
By Road: There are many buses available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate Bus Stand NewDelhi till Dehradun and Mussoorie. Reach till Mussoorie via Taxi, Bus or Cab. Reach Library Bus Stand.
By Rail: The nearest rail connectivity is the Dehradun Railway Station located at a distance of 37 KM from Dalai Hills. There are many trains from cities like LKO, NewDelhi, ETC that come to Dehradun. You can further travel to Mussoorie from the Dehradun Railway Station by Taxi or Bus.
By Air: The nearest air connectivity is Jolly Grant Airport which is located at a distance of 62 KM from Dalai Hills. You can book a cab or taxi from Jolly Grant Airport to Mussoorie, or travel by bus or bus or rent bikes. Then further from Mussoorie travel till the Happy Valley which is at a distance of 3 KM from the Library Bus Stand at Mussoorie. The Dalai Hills is a 400-meter walk from Tibetan Temple in the Happy Vally.
At a distance of two kilometers, Lambi Dehar Mines is located, which is one of the most haunted places in Uttarakhand, many haunted tales are associated with this place. There is a ghostly aura in that place and its installation will actually cool your spine with something. Many haunted movies and TV serials have been shot here.
Nag Tibba means Serpas peak, the highest peak in the lower Himalayas of the Garhwal region near Mussoorie. It also gives a name to the Nag Tibba Range, one of the three Himalayan ranges, the other ranges being Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal.