Places around Roorkee with Adventure

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1/3 Places to Visit in Roorkee with Adventure
Dhanaulti
105.3 kms from Roorkee city limits
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Dhanaulti is a beautiful hill station near Mussoorie. It is situated just 105. 3 kms away from Roorkee.

Dhanaulti is famous for its beautiful and vibrant landscape. It is situated almost 2286 meters above sea level which makes the climate cooler than the places surrounding it. The place has a lot of alpine forest which occupies the prime spot in the landscape. The rolling hills and the gentle fog has always been a popular attraction for tourists. The place is very famous among tourists and is almost always filled. Dhanaulti's climate is not frigid but rather a much more gentle and ...

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2/3 Places to Visit in Roorkee with Adventure

The Geology and Geophysics Museum in Roorkee is one of the famous museums near Roorkee. The place is situated just 2. 1 kilometers away from Roorkee and is well within the city limits.

The Geology and geophysics Museum is famous because of its unique possessions. The museum is one of those very few places which has fascinating specimens of rocks, fossils and minerals. The museum has a very unique piece which is the fossilized remains of an elephant. The place is very unique as there are not a lot of museums in this niche. One of the most famous pieces in the museum is the fossilize...

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3/3 Places to Visit in Roorkee with Adventure

Solani River is famous for its aqueduct as well as the park. Solani Park is located in the area called Pathanpura which is 2. 9 kilometers from the main city Roorkee, Uttarakhand.

Solani Park is famously known for Solani River Bridge which was started in 1846 over Old Ganga Nahar which is also known as Old Upper Ganga Canal. The history behind the construction of this aqueduct combined with the construction when India's first railways opened in 1846. It was constructed to convey materials for a major irrigation project with aqueduct being constructed to carry the Upper Ganga Canal ...

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