Tehri is positioned well among the river of Bhagirathi and Bhillangna. When you are visiting this place, you will be going to one of the famous hill stations of Uttrakhand.
- Kunjapuri Devi temple- Another spot made for the trekking lover is this temple. One could trek from Hindolakhal village to reach the beautiful temple. This is one of the thirteen Shakti Peethas (Power Centers) in the Shivalik range.
- Devprayag temple :- The highly revered Rughunathji Temple, which is located in Devprayag, was originally built with massive unconsolidated stones around 10,000 years ago. However, an earthquake in 1803 destroyed the temple and other Devprayag structures, which were later restored with the courtesy of Daulat Rao Scindia's generous donations.
- Dharidevi temple- is located on the bank of river Alaknanda, you should visit once to this temple to witness the divine aura of the place. The temple worships Goddess Dhari, who is worshipped as the upper half of the idol of the goddess Dhari, while the lower half of the idol is located in Kalimath, where she is worshipped as an avatar of the Goddess Kali.
- Nachiketa Taal temple- Nestled amidst dense deodar and oak forests, Nachiketa Tal is a treat for the eyes. According to a local legend, this lake was created by Uddalaka and named after his son Nachiketa. 10-year-old Nachiketa established the gates behind hell and life and death. It is a small temple dedicated to Nag Devta.
- Nagaraj Narsingh temple- One of the most well-known Nagatirthas, or snake pilgrimage sites, in the entire Indian subcontinent is the Sem Mukhem Nagraja, also known as the temple of the king of snakes. The devotees claim that this is the Nag raja's original layer. The temple complex is fairly old and well-built.
- Koteshwar Mahadev temple: -On the holy Alaknanda River bank lies the Koteshwar Mahadev Temple, a holy location and temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Koteshwar Mahadev Temple, which is close to the town of Rudraprayag, is housed in a cave with the Alaknanda just a few meters away.