Dhanaulti is one of the busiest tourist spot or hill station of Uttarakhand state, comes under Tehri district in between Chamba and Mussoorie. Dhanaulti has an altitude of 2286 m from the sea level. The tourist spot is known for the ECO Park which is surrounded by the forests of Deodar, Oak and Rhododendron.
Dhanaulti is also known for best weekend destination as it has 24 Kms distance form Mussoorie, 60 Kms from Dehradun and only 29 Kms form Chamba.
Dhanaulti tourism is no need to introduction and Dhanaulti is counted as the favorite hill stations of India. Thousands of visitors form India and outside India visit the place every year. The beautiful hills and a conserved forest by forest department of India are the main attraction of the place. In between Dec to Feb, people enjoyed the snowfall. The Ultimate climatic conditions make the place much comfortable as a tourist spot.
Eco Park is known as the picknic spot and has some very beautiful sightseeings. Not only Dhanaulti but the nearby places like Mussoorie, Kanatal, Surkanda Devi Temple, Chamba, New Tehri Town, etc are also counted as must visit places. Barehipani and Joranda Falls, Chanderi, Dashavatar Temple, Deogarh and Jain Temples are some other places of interest to nearby Dhanaulti
ATTRACTION NEARBY DHANAULTI
Located in the picturesque settings of the Garhwal Himalayas, the charming hill station of Kanatal is a perfect weekend getaway for the weary souls. Encircled by the sun-kissed peaks and the velvety coniferous trees, Kanatal still remains relatively unexplored.
Eco Park is divided into two forests namely Amber and Dhara which are situated at a distance of 200m from each other. The most attractive feature of the forest is that it has been developed with the help of the local youth. The perfect beauty of Eco Park is what makes tourists visit the place. Being a lovely picnic spot, thousands of visitors come here often.
The Dashavatar Temple is the earliest known Panchayatan temple in North India and is definitely one of the popular Dhanaulti tourist places. It was built during the Gupta Empire and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Beautifully sculpted panels adorn the terraced basement just above the high plinth.
The tiny hamlet of Kanatal is perched at an elevation of 8,500 feet above sea level on Mussoorie – Chamba road. Kanatal is a perfect winter destination as it snows here and is also an ideal place for camping.
Made of just wire ropes and bamboos, this sky bridge is the longest adventure bridge in India, spanning the length of 300 feet and at a height of around 80 feet above the ground. The bridge shakes while you are crossing over it. This is what thrill and adventure is all about. With the capacity to support 25 people at a time, you will be harnessed and attached to the bridge with a supporting wire rope. You have to cross the hanging bridge with the support of your hands. Come sign up for our activity, and experience the greatest thrill of your life.
It is an activity arranged by Snow Adventure Zone for the young and adventuresome. Walking across a 360 ft long wire that is set 120 ft above the ground is truly blood-tingling. This new thrilling adventure activity is opened for public first time in the world ( Sky Wire – as seen in the Discovery channel) walking upon a 360 ft. long single wire rope at the height of 120 ft. by free hand gives you a new thrill and feeling of Dare Devils.
Facts About Dhanaulti
- State: Uttarakhand
- District: Tehri Garhwal
- Famous for/as: Hill Station
- Languages: Garhwali, Hindi
- Best Season: Sep – Jun
- Weather: Summer 24 to 35°C,
- Winter: 1 to 22°C
- Altitude: 2286 m
- Pincode: 249180
- STD code: 01376
Distance From Important Location
Mussoorie to Dhanaulti: 35 km
Dehradun to Dhanaulti: 65 km
Haridwar to Dhanaulti: 125 km
New Delhi to Dhanaulti: 283 km
Agra to Dhanaulti: 469 km
Lucknow to Dhanaulti: 582 km
Surat to Dhanaulti: 1449 km
Mumbai to Dhanaulti: 1710 km