Camping at George Everest

Open Time : 10:00 a.m - 6:00p.m

Entry : paid

Address : Camp George Everest- Camping in George Everest/Air Safari/Day Hikes & Trek/Camping in Mussoorie, Khanij Nagar, Mussorie Range, Uttarakhand, India

Why to visit Camping at George Everest

One of the top tourist destinations in Mussoorie, the Queen of the Hills, is George Everest summit. Surrounded by lush greenery and snowcapped Himalayan mountains with panoramic views of sunrise and sunset is what makes camping more enjoyable.

What makes George Everest Peak popular?

It is one of the well-known locations well-known for camping, picnics, and adventurous expeditions. You go through forest areas that are home to Deodar, Fir, and Rhododendron trees. It is a hidden gem for birders. From the summit, there are stunning views of snow-covered mountains. You can also hike to George Everest Peak and enjoy the best sunrise and sunset views.

How to reach George Everest House?

It is only 6 km, away from Gandhi Chowk, West Mall Road, Mussoorie. You can hire a jeep, taxi, or cab from Dehradun or Mussoorie to reach here. 

FAQ on Camping at George Everest

How to reach George Everest Peak?

5 kilometres separate George Everest from Mussoorie. There won't be much regular public transportation, so it would be best if you could hire a rental taxi or rented a scooter or bike from Mussoorie. First, you can use public transportation to travel to Mussoorie. i.e., a bus from Dehradun Hill Bus Station, which is close to the Dehradun Railway Station. Dehradun is 41 kilometres from George Everest. Dehradun Railway Station is the closest railway station (41 km) and Jollygrant Airport is the closest airport 965 km)to George Everest House.

When is the best time to visit George Everest Peak?

The months of September to early November and March through May are the ideal times to trek to the George Everest Peak. The hike path becomes impassable during peak winters and monsoons due to snowfall.

What are the places to visit George Everest Peak?

Kempty Falls, Benog Wildlife Sanctuary and Camel's Back Road are the places to visit George Everest Peak.

What are the places to eat George Everest Peak?

Cafe Park Mussoorie, Seagreen Cafe and Harish Dhaba are the places to eat George Everest Peak.

What are the places to stay George Everest Peak?

Hostel Tress of Heaven, Zostel Plus and Seagreen Lodge are the places to stay George Everest Peak.

Special Tip

On the route from Library Chowk to George Everest House, there are numerous food stands. But remember to bring your own tiffin box and mug, and refrain from using any disposable items while hiking. On the hike, there are no natural water sources. A minimum of 2 litres of water per person should be brought. You can ask for a refill of water in one of the stalls if you run out.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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