Overview

Mori is a quaint little hamlet located on the banks of Tons River. Being a vital part of the Tons valley, Mori has a mix of unique culture and history and is increasingly getting popular for adventurous water sports activities. An ancient temple dedicated to Karna is located nearby Mori in Netwar. The tall pine forest, ancient historic temple and the Lunagad Creek on the riverside location make this place popular with the travelers. It is a perfect destination for adventure, rejuvenation and a memorable experience.

District Uttarkashi
Nearest Railway Dehradun- 162 Kms
Nearest Airport Jolly Grant Airport- 175 kms
Famous For Scenic Beauty
Altitude 1150 feet above sea level
Languages Hindi-Garhwali
Best Time to Visit March to May and October and November

How to Reach Us

By Road :

Buses from Dehradun to Purola are easily available. To reach Mori one must change for a taxi or bus to reach Mori from Purola. Mori is situated 30kms from Purola. The other route to reach Mori is from Chakrata via Hanol

By Air :

Nearest airport is Jolly Grant in Dehradun, 175 kms only.

By Rail :

Nearest Railway Station at Dehradun (162 Km)

Weather

Attractions

Image

Lunagad Creek

The Lunagad Creek is located in the narrow gorge of the Tons Valley and leads to a blue pool formed by a small waterfall. The creek is surrounded by pine forest, a few Gujjar huts and tribal homes. The site is popular for the plantations of yellow and red nasturtium flowers and wild roses. Being a vital part of the Tons valley, Mori has a mix of unique culture and history and is increasingly getting popular for adventurous water sports activities.

Image

Duryodhana Temple

The Duryodhana Temple is located in Jakhol Village in the Tons Valley in Uttarkashi District. The temple is dedicated to the Kauravas and is believed to have been constructed by the local people of Saur Village.It is considered that the Tamas River was formed by the tears of the natives who cried at the defeat of the Kauravas. The river derives its name from a Hindi word 'Tamas', meaning sorrow. Places like Osla, Gangar and Datmircan have temples dedicated to Kauravas and Duryodhana.

GMVN TRH Available

Image

GMVN Asnolgarh

Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 300

 

Image

GMVN Barkot (Janta Yatri Niwas)

Deluxe Hut

Dormitory

Semi Deluxe

Tent Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 200

 

Image

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 2232

 

Image

GMVN BarkotTRH

Deluxe Room

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 1800

 

Image

GMVN Barsu

Deluxe Hut

Dormitory

Economy

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 900

 

Image

GMVN Bhojwasa

Dormitory

Tent Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 500

 

Image

GMVN Gangotri

Caravan

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Cottage

Dormitory

Economy

Family Room

Family Ordinary

Family Deluxe

Family Super Deluxe

Hut

Ordinary Room

Tent Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 400

 

Image

GMVN Gangotri (Yatri Niwas)

Dormitory

Economy

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 1000

 

Image

GMVN Hanumanchatti

Deluxe Room

Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 400

 

Image

GMVN Harsil

Caravan

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Cottage

Deluxe Hut

Hut

Semi Deluxe

Super Deluxe

Super Deluxe Hut

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 1964

 

Image

GMVN Jankichatti (Annexy)

Deluxe Room

Economy

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 1000

 

Image

GMVN Jankichatti (T.R.H)

Deluxe Room

Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 300

 

Image

GMVN Maneri

Deluxe Room

Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 300

 

Image

GMVN Phoolchatti

Deluxe Hut

Dormitory

Super Deluxe

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 2232

 

Image

GMVN Purola

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Hut

Dormitory

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 300

 

Image

GMVN Raithal

Deluxe Hut

Dormitory

Economy

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 900

 

Image

GMVN Syanachatti

Deluxe Room

Family Room

Family Deluxe

Family Super Deluxe

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 2054

 

Image

GMVN Uttarkashi Bhagirathi Tourist Complex

AC Room

Deluxe Room

Family Room

Semi Deluxe

Super Deluxe

View TRH Details & Policies

Rs. 3000

 

Reviews


 

Mori

Overview

Mori is a quaint little hamlet located on the banks of Tons River. Being a vital part of the Tons valley, Mori has a mix of unique culture and history and is increasingly getting popular for adventurous water sports activities. An ancient temple dedicated to Karna is located nearby Mori in Netwar. The tall pine forest, ancient historic temple and the Lunagad Creek on the riverside location make this place popular with the travelers. It is a perfect destination for adventure, rejuvenation and a memorable experience.

District Uttarkashi
Nearest Railway Dehradun- 162 Kms
Nearest Airport Jolly Grant Airport- 175 kms
Famous For Scenic Beauty
Altitude 1150 feet above sea level
Languages Hindi-Garhwali
Best Time to Visit March to May and October and November

How to Reach Us

By Road :

Buses from Dehradun to Purola are easily available. To reach Mori one must change for a taxi or bus to reach Mori from Purola. Mori is situated 30kms from Purola. The other route to reach Mori is from Chakrata via Hanol

By Air :

Nearest airport is Jolly Grant in Dehradun, 175 kms only.

By Rail :

Nearest Railway Station at Dehradun (162 Km)

Weather

Attractions

Image

Lunagad Creek

The Lunagad Creek is located in the narrow gorge of the Tons Valley and leads to a blue pool formed by a small waterfall. The creek is surrounded by pine forest, a few Gujjar huts and tribal homes. The site is popular for the plantations of yellow and red nasturtium flowers and wild roses. Being a vital part of the Tons valley, Mori has a mix of unique culture and history and is increasingly getting popular for adventurous water sports activities.

Image

Duryodhana Temple

The Duryodhana Temple is located in Jakhol Village in the Tons Valley in Uttarkashi District. The temple is dedicated to the Kauravas and is believed to have been constructed by the local people of Saur Village.It is considered that the Tamas River was formed by the tears of the natives who cried at the defeat of the Kauravas. The river derives its name from a Hindi word 'Tamas', meaning sorrow. Places like Osla, Gangar and Datmircan have temples dedicated to Kauravas and Duryodhana.

Reviews