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Driving Direction to Mussoorie

Driving Direction from Chandigarh to Mussoorie

Distance: 200 km
Driving Time: 5.00 hours

Start from Chandigarh towards NH 22 via Dakshin Marg, continue driving on NH 22, and after 10 kms take a slight left onto Dera Basi to NH 73, keep straight for 14 kms before you take a slight left onto SH 1.
Continue on SH 1 for 23 kms and take a left turn onto NH 72, follow the sign boards to stay on this route for another 60 kms till you reach Paonta Sahib, you may take a break from driving and pay a visit to the Gurudwara and make sure you have the delicious langar (food for all) there.
You can also choose to eat at the popular Kashyap Dhaba and freshen up here as the washrooms are clean and well kept.
You may also get your car tank refuelled from the Indian Oil Petrol Pump here and hit the road again.
Restart and drive further, you will pass by a roundabout from where you will have to take the 2nd exit to get onto NH 72, continue driving for another 42 kms via Sahaspur and Rampura, respectively.
On approaching Dehradun, get onto Chakrata Road and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit for Rajpur Road, drive for 4 kms, and further take the slip road onto Rajpur Road.
Rajpur Road offers many options to eat with a string of restaurants, malls and bakeries lined up on the road, you can take a break here and grab a quick bite.
Getting back to the road, drive straight for another 3 kms, and take a slight left onto the Mussoorie Road, you will pass by a petrol pump on your right, refuel your car tanks or get a car check done, if needed.
The hilly terrain starts here with innumerable hairpin bends for next 20 kms.
Further, take a slight right to get onto Cart Road and stay on till you reach Mussoorie.
  

Driving Direction from Delhi to Mussoorie

Distance: 265 km
Driving Time: 8.00 hours

When driving from Delhi to Dehradun, start early in the morning as the traffic builds up on this route and the journey can take you up to 9 hours! To drive out of Delhi, head southeast towards NH 24; crossing the Nizamuddin Bridge, turn left and take the Ghazipur road.
Continue driving on NH 24 as you cross the Dabur Chowk and head towards Mohan Nagar till you reach a T point.
From here, take a right and then turn left from Ghaziabad border traffic light to get on to NH 58 – tank up at the petrol pump here.
On NH 58, drive past Muradnagar (10 km stretch); cross Modi Nagar, and when approaching Meerut, remember to take a left on to the Meerut Bypass, thereby avoiding the heavy traffic in the city.
Continue towards Modipuram and Khatauli – by now you must be hungry, so make a small detour to Cheetal Grand, located between NH 58 and Khatauli, for a sumptuous breakfast and to freshen up.
If you need to refuel your car, there’s a petrol pump here, and just in case you overlooked Cheetal Grand, you still have an alternative of stopping by at Haldiram’s or Mc Donald’s in Khatauli.
After filling your stomach and fuelling your car, start moving ahead towards Muzaffarnagar, a 52 km stretch on NH 58 – Muzzaffarnagar is the sugar belt of the state and the unpleasant smell of molasses hits you as you approach.
Do remember to take a right from the roundabout just before the town, to get onto Muzaffarnagar bypass – even though this is a little longer route, it is worth the extra miles as the traffic within the town is very heavy.
There is also a big petrol pump here and if you need to top up your car, this is the place to do so.
Exit the bypass and head onto the Saharanpur Road towards Saharanpur and carry on till you pass Roorkee and hit the Shivalik hills.
Turn left on NH 73 i.
Dehradun road, that now ascends through the verdant Rajaji National Park and towards Dehradun.
As you reach Dehradun, take a break at Nirula’s or Mc Donald’s at Astley Hall, or savour Mughlai food at My Wife’s Place, or if it’s just a pizza you want to stop of at Dominoes or Pizza Hut, all located on Rajpur Road.
Quite a lot of banks and ATMs are available on this road, apart from few petrol pumps, in case you need to withdraw any cash and top up your car tank.
Just before Rajpur village there is a marked turning to the left that leads to the Mussoorie Road, which ascends all the way up to Mussoorie with sharp turns, so be watchful.
Although Mussoorie is merely 36 km away from Dehra Dun, an uphill drive will take you about an hour or perhaps a little more depending on the traffic.
At the top depending on which side of the Mall you want to park, take a right towards Picture Palace or a left to Library.
  

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