Bharat Online
Uttarakhand TravelKedarnath Temple, Uttarakhand TravelUttarakhand TravelUttarakhand Travel

Uttarakhand Travel
Tehri Garhwal is a tranquil paradise within the Himalayan mountains and the confluence of rivers Bhagirathi and Bhilangana.


Location: In Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand
Climate: Summer: 30°C (maximum) and 9°C (minimum)
Winter: 15°C (maximum) and 3°C
Best Time to Visit: Between the months of April to September
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun,101 kms)
Nearest Railhead: Rishikesh Railway Station
Must Visits: Buda Kedar Temple, Devprayag, Kempty Falls, Chandrabadani, Nagtibba, Surkanda Devi, Khatling Glacier, Kunjapuri and Dhanaulti
Language Spoken: Hindi, English and Garhwali
STD Code: 01376
Pin Code: 249001

Tehri Garhwal, UttarakhandTehri Garhwal’s name was derived from the word ‘Trihari’, meaning a place that washes away the three major types of sins of thoughts, words and deeds. It is said that preceding the time of 888 AD, Tehri Garhwal was divided into 52 Garhs or kingdoms. Kanakpal, prince of Malwa, married a local princess and consolidated all the kingdoms under his rule. Kanakpal and his successors ruled Tehri Garhwal for 915 years, till 1803 AD.

Tehri Garhwal has a pleasant weather all through the year but sometimes it does get extremely chilly due to occasional snowing. Many of its tourist attractions like Dhanaulti , Kempty Falls and Nagtibba are very close to Mussoorie and hence very popular excursion / day picnic spots. The people of Tehri Garhwal are very hospitable are warm. The forests of Tehri Garhwal are literally a storehouse of health since many medicinal herbs, shrubs and trees are found here. The beautifully planned hill station New Tehri is the district headquarter of Tehri Garwal district.

Tourist Attractions
Tehri Garhwal is a quaint but beautiful little hill station in Uttarakhand. There are many (mainly natural) sightseeing places in Tehri Garhwal like Nagtibba, Kempty Falls, Devprayag & Khatling Glacier. One can also visit many ancient and holy temples like Surkanda Devi, Buda Kedar Temple, Sem-Mukhem temple and Chandrabadani temple.

Buda Kedar
Buda Kedar, a beautiful village lying in the cradle of nature, is located in Tehri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand state of India. The Village is surrounded by steep hills covered with lush green deodar forests.

Chandrabadani is a mountain that lies on the border of tehsil places Devprayag and Pratapnagar. It is crowned by famous Chandrabadani Devi Temple. Chandrabadni is about 22 km from Devprayag and 109 km from Narendra Nagar.

Devprayag which is situated at an altitude of 472 meters above the sea level is famous for many reasons. Devprayag lies at the confluence of rivers Bhagirathi & Alaknanda & thus is the starting point of the holy river Ganga.

Dhanaulti , amidst thick forests of oak, deodar, pine and rhododendron, is a perfect destination to retreat from the maddening crowds of big cities. Nestled in Garhwal Himalayas, Dhanaulti is a treat to the soul that seeks serenity and tranquility.

Flora & FaunaDhanaulti , Tehri Garhwal
Tehri Garhwal, and in fact, the entire region of Uttarakhand is exceptional in the diversity of flora and fauna. Tehri Garhwal’s topography is mountainous with flowering valleys and small grasslands complementing it. At one point of time the forests of Tehri Garhwal were teeming with many exotic and rare species but now they are critically endangered.

How to Reach
Tehri district is divided into two sections - New and Old Tehri. It is one of the largest districts of Uttarakhand with Rudraprayag, Dehradun, Uttarkashi and Pauri Garhwal as neighbors. Get acquainted with the various ways of reaching Tehri Garhwal.

Tehri Garhwal District is located at the western boundary of Uttarakhand. Located on the external range of the Middle Himalaya Mountains, Tehri Garhwal encompasses low lying peaks rising closely with the plains of the Northern India.

Muni Ki Reti
Muni Ki Reti is a small town with Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand state in India. Situated at an elevation of 356 meters above the sea level, Muni Ki Reti is mistakenly considered an extension of Rishikesh, being very close to it.