Lambi Dehar Mines
Entry : free
Address : Lambi Dehar Mines, Khanij Nagar, Mussorie Range, Uttarakhand, India
Website : https://lambi-dehar-mines.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral
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Why to visit Lambi Dehar Mines
One of the most haunted locations in Uttarakhand and India is Mussoorie, which is home to the Lambi Dehar mines, which are responsible for hundreds of local deaths. A spooky atmosphere is created by the deserted area and abandoned homes. If you visit the location after dusk, it will undoubtedly make your blood run cold.
Haunted Story of Lambi Dehar Mines:
- Around 50,000 mine workers perished at the Dehar Mines in the 1990s as a result of poor mining techniques. The mines were subsequently closed and left in ruin.
- While some residents think that the Dehar Mines are haunted by the lost souls of broken-up lovers, others have heard cries and weeping at night that they blame to the mines' 50,000 dead workers.
Location: 10 km from Library Chowk Mussoorie
Entry Type: Free Entry
Exploration Time:2 hr
FAQ on Lambi Dehar Mines
How to reach Lambi Dehar Mines?
The mines are 10 kilometres from Mall road in Mussoorie's suburbs, although one may readily access a private taxi or cab service via Library Road.
When is the best time to visit Lambi Dehar Mines?
June is the ideal month to visit Lambi Dehar Mines in Mussoorie. Tourists choose to visit this location in June because of the good weather during that month.
What are the places to visit near Lambi Dehar Mines?
Lal Tibba, Kempty Falls, and Lake Mist are the places to visit near Lambi Dehar Mines.
What are the places to eat near Lambi Dehar Mines?
Blue Mount Cafe, Seagreen Cafe and Harish Dhaba are the places to eat near Lambi Dehar Mines
What are the places to stay near Lambi Dehar Mines?
Saiva Hill Resort, Hostel Tress of Heaven and Airy Mussoorie are the places to stay near Lambi Dehar Mines.
How long will it take to complete the tour of the Lambi Dehar mines?
The tour of the Lambi Dehar mines takes two hours to complete. You will explore this "mine of death" and learn the murky mysteries of Mussoorie during these two hours. The tour leader will share some intriguing and unsettling ghost stories with you.
Do not touch things which are strictly restricted.
By Abhilasha Prasad