Morni Hill Station
Morni Hills is a hill town located at a height of 1220 meters over the ocean level in the Panchkula area of the northern state of Haryana. It is thought to be named after Queen Morni who used to administer this spot at one point ever. It is an exceptionally tranquil and quiet place and is abundantly refreshing for its picturesque magnificence.
Activities: Trekking, Low ropes, Commando Nets, Burma Bridge, Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Sailing, Rappelling and Rock-climbing
Best Places to Visit:
The Adventure Park: Situated in between the twin lakes of Tikkar, the Adventure Park was established by Government of india and offers a number of amusements for kids. A beautiful waterfall is also located close to Adventure Park at Thalapur.
Old Fort in Morni: A small old fort built sometime in the early 17th century is believe that it belonged to Queen Morni. The construction of the fort began at the time when the Members of Kotaha ruled from Kotaha. However, at present, the fort is in ruined condition but still it is a most popular tourist location in the vicinity.
Mandhana Cliff: This is a noteworthy mud cliff from where the backwoods and the occasional nullahs are seen underneath.
Temple of the Holy Trinity: Temple of the Holy Trinity is a religious as well as tourist spot located on the bank of the lake thought to be made in the twelfth century. It is trusted that a Shiva temple was also situated at this area, previously.
Gurudwara Nada Sahib: Nada Sahib Gurudwara is an imperative journey spot for Sikhs. It is a remarkable spot where the tenth Guru of the Sikhs set up camp on the banks of River Ghaggar on his approach to Anandpur after his triumph at Bhangani in 1688 A.D.
Best Time To Visit: September to March