Bhadraj Temple Trek
Adventure / Trekking | Pilgrimage
#15 of 21 Places to Visit in Mussoorie
Distance (From Library Bus Stand): 18.5 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): Full Day
Place Location: 11 Km By Trek From Cloud's End
Transportation Options: Walk/Trek
Travel Tips: This temple has to be reached by trekking from Cloud's End
At a distance of 18.5 km from Library Bus Stand, Bhadraj Temple is located on the western region of Mussoorie at Bhadraj. It is an ideal spot for trekking and is also known as the milkman's trail in Mussoorie.
Bhadraj temple is dedicated to Lord Bal Bhadra, brother of Lord Krishna. This temple is situated atop a hill and offers a splendid view of the Doon Valley, Chakrata ranges and the Jaunsar Bawar area of Himalayas. Every year Bhadraj temple organizes a fair from 15th to 17th of August which attracts thousands of devotees who seek blessings from Lord Bhadraj. The devotees offer milk and butter to the idol of the deity.
Bhadraj temple can be reached by 11 km trek from Clouds End. The trail passes through Dudhli village (3 km) from where the temple is 8 km trek. The terrain close to the summit is covered with thick forest of oak trees. There are multiple trails to reach the temple from Dudhli village.
The best time to visit Bhadraj temple is post Monsoons. This place can be visited as a one day trip from Mussoorie.