Kempty Falls, MussoorieCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Mussoorie-Yamanotri road, Mussoorie, India
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-1352632863
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Body, Waterfall, Family And Kids, Nature
About Kempty Falls, Mussoorie
Kempty Falls, Mussoorie are one of the most beautiful water falls in not only Uttarakhand, rather the whole of India. Enveloped by high mountain cliffs and situated at an altitude of about 4500 feet above the sea level, the falls present an awe-inspiring view as the water falls down from a high altitude and then splits into five streams. The water falling down from Kempty Falls appears to be doing a somersault before it hits the ground. Situated on the Mussoorie-Dehradun Highway, this popular tourist location attracts crowd from all over the country.
Kempty Falls was developed as a picnic spot by the British officer John Mekinan, around 1835. It is believed that, the name ‘Kempty’ is a derivation of the ‘Camp-Tea’, the tea parties that the British used to organize here. Situated on the hilly pathway of Uttarakhand, Kempty Falls are strikingly beautiful. They prove to be the perfect place for picnic or for spending a couple of hours listening to the sound of the water-falls, amidst lush green vegetation. Generally, Kempty Falls is crowded with tourists, but after stepping across the lines along the flow of the stream, your may found a secluded rocky corral formed naturally by the streams. The sacred river, Yamuna is not too far from the falls. After 12 km, down the hill on crossing the Aglar River, the waters of Kempty meet Yamuna falls.
Kempty Falls Information
- Avoid going there in Monsoon.
- Not suitable for toddlers and elderly people as the walk may be slippery and risky.
- Fishing can be done with prior permission of the Divisional forest officer.
How To reach Kempty Falls by Public Transport
- Bus or Taxi
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Kempty Falls, Mussoorie Reviews
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Cloudy weather... surrounded with mountain and trees .. A very beautiful place to visit and better option to bath here. cheap and good market of handmade products. And yes don't forget to take selfies here with traditional clothes at rent. I enjoyed very much here
A nice place to enjoy waterfall. I visited the place in the month of January.So, the water is very much cold. You can enjoy bathing here. Here people's provide customs for bathing for some Rs. 100/-
Picturesque view, can be viewed from two spots. One a small climb from the stairs from the top where the source of the water is and second where the water goes down at bottom, you can reach their by cable car or a long walk from the stairs. ⚠ Parking is available for Rs 100 but you can park for free nearby. Make sure it does not block the road and don't park in a no parking zone.
When I was there, that was a clear blue sky, cold and sunny day. We started climbing up to the top of the water fall source as much as possible. Having found nice beauty of the nature we take lots of snaps. We spent almost 3 hours to explore the place. At the down side of the falls there is a water park. You can get there by Rope way and enjoy some water sports. Best time to go there at the time of summer because you can enjoy the outdoors bath fun in the water falls.