Dhanaulti Hill Station

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Dhanaulti Hill Station | PLACES NEARBY
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  • New Tehri: The district headquarter of Tehri Garhwal district,New Tehri town lies between 1,550 to 1,950 meters above sea level and is 16Km far from Old Tehri and 40.8Km from Dhanaulti. The Tehri Dam reservoir controlling waters of Bhagirathi and Bhilangana rivers, is one of the world’s largest hydroelectric projects that you will definitely want to visit. The planned city of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand, New Tehri attracts thousands of internal and external tourists throughout the year.
  • Chamba: Fresh and spotless, Chamba 29.8Km from Dhanaulti hill station, the less treaded place in Tehri Garhwal district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand, is at the junction of roads connecting Rishikesh and Mussoorie with Tehri Dam reservoir. A beautiful hill town, 50Km from Mussoorie, Chamba is 1600 meters above sea level. The picturesque view of pine and deodar forests provide you with natural freshness and energy to revitalize your soul.
  • Kanatal: 16.7Km from Dhanaulti and 13Km from Chamba on Chamba to Mussoorie road lie the queen of hills- Kanatal. A beautiful, small village surrounded by the breathtaking hills in Tehri Garhwal district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand, Kanatal provides mesmerizing view of green forests, snow clapped hills and pleasing weather to grip hold of you. You can trek 2Km to reach a small temple dedicated to goddess Sati. Ponies are also available if you don’t want to trek through the way. Kanatal attracts thousands of tourists every year with its pleasing weather and spectacular beauty.
  • Chandrabadani Temple: Chandrabadani Temple 119Km from Dhanaulti is one among the holy triangle- Kunjapuri, Surkhanda Devi and Chandrabadani temples in Terhi Garhwal district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand. Sati devi’s torso had fallen at the place when her husband lord Shiva was roaming unconsciously carrying Sati’s dead body on his arms after Sati drowned in the Agni (fire) kund being unable to tolerate the ill words of her father Dakshyaprajapati towards her husband lord Shiva. You can see the beautiful view of Surkhanda Devi, Kedarnath and Badrinath peaks from Chandrabadani temple.
  • Eco Parks: Once at Dhanaulti Hill Station, two Eco Parks at 200 metersdistance from each other developed and maintained by Forest Department of Uttarakhand at Dhanaulti are the must see places for tourists.  The wild flowers, green deodar trees and the swings for children engage everyone in the crew and the tour members spend the favorite time eating food stuffs that can be bought outside the parks. The Eco parks are widely loved by picnickers from Mussoorie, Chamba and Dehradun.
  • Surkhanda Devi Temple: 6Km from Dhanaulti Hill Station, Surkhanda Devi temple is one of the 51 shakti peethas of India and Nepal. Surkhanda Devi Temple was established at the place where head of devi Sati fell while lord Shiva carried her dead body on his shoulder and unconsciously roamed around the Indian and Nepali hills.
  • Aaloo Khet (Potato Farm): A popular sunrise and sunset view point in Dhanaulti, Aaloo Khet is the government potato farm that you would love to walk to. 1Km away from the main market, Aaloo Khet provides beautiful view of Doon Valley. You can ride around the Aaloo Khet on horse.  The potatoes produced in Aaloo Khet are supplied to places outside Uttarakhand.