About Tehri

The district of Tehri Garhwal stretches from the snow-clad Himalayan peaks of Thalaiya-Sagar, Jonli and the Gangotri group all the way to the foothills near Rishikesh. The gushing Bhagirathi which runs through, seems to divide the district into two, while the Bhilangna, Alaknanda, Ganga and Yamuna rivers border it on the east and west. Its neighboring districts are Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Pauri, Rudraprayag and Dehradun.

The lofty mountains and turbulent rivers make it an excellent site for trekking, mountaineering, river rafting and canoeing. The Tehri Lake also makes for an exciting destination for water-sport activities such as Jet Skiing, water skiing, banana boat riding, amongst others.


One of the Asia's largest and highest dams, Tehri Dam offers a sight that is both astounding and magnificent. It serves as the world's biggest hydro electrical project drawing water from two great rivers of the Himalayas- Bhagirathi and Bhilangana.


With countless trekking trails and spots in the region interspersed with streams and rivers and some breathtaking views, Tehri Garhwal tends to be quite a favourite for trekking.


TCR offers a wide variety of water sports activities incl. Jet skiing, Water Surfing, Banana Ride, Speed boating & more at Tehri Lake.

Rasad Dev Temple

Following a small and an adventurous trek from the resort, you reach an ancient temple which is 250 years old by the name of Rasad Dev Temple.The temple beholds your sight by its spell bounding and mesmerising views.

Surkhanda Devi Temple

Mountain - top Surkhanda Devi Temple, at an altitude of 2903 mts. and ringed by dense forest, is a sanctified spot. People from all corners throng to this shrine and the Ganga Dussehra Fair held every year between May and June, attracts thousands of devotees. For reaching the temple, one has to walk 2 kms from the motor road at Kaddulkhal which is 22 kms from Chamba.