Kempty Falls is a magnificent and picturesque waterfall located in Mussoorie of Dehradun District. This waterfall is about 15 km away from Mussoorie. This waterfall is situated at an altitude of about 1365 meters above sea level. Falling from the height of about 40 feet from the mountain, this waterfall is the largest of the five waterfalls flowing in the valley of Mussoorie. This place is also known for fishing and swimming. After the year 1835, this place was developed as a tourist area by a British official John Mekinan. The name Kempty is made up of two English words, Kemp means "Camp" and Ty means "Tea" because on here the British used to hold tea parties often. Below the waterfalls is a pond, whose water is very cold and people enjoy the bath here. The water of this waterfalls enters the plains after flowing through many mountain rocks. Kempty Falls is one of the most attractive picnic spots in Mussoorie. A large number of tourists come to near this waterfalls along with their friends and family. During the trip to Mussoorie, tourists visit this Kempty Falls. The Kempty Falls is one of the main tourist sites in Mussoorie, which attracts many tourists coming here..
The nearest airport of Mussoorie is Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun, which is about 59 km from Mussoorie.
The nearest railway station of Mussoorie is Dehradun, which is about 34 km from Mussoorie.
Kempty Falls is located at a distance of about 15 km from Library Bus Stand in Mussoorie.