Morni Hills is a beautiful hill resort named after the queens who ruled over this square located in Panchkula, Haryana district. Morni Hills welcomes guests from Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana, and Punjab and all over the world to explore its beauty. It’s one of those easy getaways everyone expects. This place helps you to forget all your problems and offers you to enjoy life at an altitude of 4157 feet and to appreciate the marvels of nature. The hill station of Morni Hills is located in Haryana near Chandigarh, on the outskirts of Panchkula. It is also a popular picnic destination for locals as well as tourists as the only hill stations in Haryana. It is also a great place to stroll and watch birds.
How to reach morni hills
Morni Hills is well connected to Chandigarh by road and is a beautiful hill town located in the District of Panchkula, Haryana, state. It takes about an hour on the best road to get to Morni Hills from Chandigarh. You can also go there by Air and the nearest airport is Chandigarh Airport and this place has a well-connected network of roads.
Best time to visit Morni Hills
Morni Hills is open all day and all year round. The weather in Morni Hills remains enjoyable all year round, but Morni Hills is best visited from October to March as the weather is calm and moist at this time of the year.
Famous places to visit in Morni Hills
1. Gurudwara Nada Sahib
For the Sikh devotees, this gurudwara has tremendous importance. The stories about Anandpur Sahib are about Guru Gobind Singh Ji, who stayed here. The Gurudwara has a calm environment and many people from all over the world visit here. The River Ghaggar-Haka, which makes its setting even more appealing is nearby Gurudwara Nada Sahib.
2. Karoh Peak
Karoh Peak is a must-visit destination in the Morni Hills on the border with Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The height is 4,813 ft high in the mountain and nothing is higher in the state than this. You can go for a nice walk up the hill early in the morning, and in less than two hours you will probably hit it.
3. Tikkar Taal
Tikkar Tal is one of Morni Hills’ most popular spots which just 7 km from Tikkar. It has essentially two hillock-shaped artificial lakes that are Bara Taal and Chota Taal. This place provides a lovely view of the luxuriant greenery of the hill station.
4. Thakur Dwar Temple
You can also visit the Thakur Dwar Temple, which you will see on your journey if you go to Tikkar Taal. It’s a pink structured temple devoted to Krishna from ten generations. The temple now comprises of a contemporary cement framework, a dome that exhibits beautifully the contrast from the present to the past.
5. Adventure Park
To promote tourism in the hill station, the Haryana government decided in Morni Hills, to create an adventure park. For all adrenaline junkies, it is a must because it provides climbing activities, zipline, and even a Burma bridge. Children will also enjoy visiting this park as there are smaller swings. In the park, you can settle down at a small coffee shop and enjoy a hungry snack.