The name Tehi Garhwal is derived from word 'Trihari', which means a place that cleans away three sins born with thoughts, words and deeds. It is believed that Tehri Garhwal was divided into 52 kingdoms during 888 AD. The topography of Tehri Garhwal is mountainous and features blossoming valleys with small grasslands enhancing its beauty. Tehro tour packages are gateway for relaxation and refreshment. The forests of Tehri Garhwal features variety of medicinal herbs, shrubs and trees. The beautifully planned hill station is an ideal place to get rid of all your worries and indulge into blessings of nature.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Buda Kedar Temple:
Located 59 km away from Tehri Garhwal, Buda Kedar Temple is a popular temple of the region. It is positioned at the confluence of Bal Ganga and Dharma Ganga Rivers and is supposedly the place where a peace meeting was done during Mahabharata.
Situated in the scenic district of Tehri Garhwal, Sem Mukhem is dedicated to Nag Raja. The temple is located at an altitude of 2903 meters. To reach to this temple, one has to walk for at least 7 km.
It is the highest dam in India and one of the tallest dams in the world. Made using multi- purpose rocks on the Bhagirathi River, the dam is the greatest attraction of the town. The dam has been base for several controversies as it has witnessed several protests by the environmentalist.