Duryodhana Temple is a noted shrine located in Jakhol near Mori. This temple is regarded as the biggest temple in Uttarakhand, which is devoted to Duryodhana, a mythological character of the Hindu epic, the Mahabharata.
This temple was built by the inhabitants of the Saur Village. Besides, places like Osla, Gangar and Datmircan also have temples devoted to the Kauravas. Interestingly, the locals believe that the Pandavas and the Kauravas are their ancestors.
Netwar is a village situated at the merging point of the tributary Rupin Gad (stream) and the river Tons. It is popular for an ancient shrine dedicated to the King of Shalya, Karna, who was the son of God Surya and Kunti.
This is the only place in the entire state where Duryodhana (the eldest of the Kauravas) is worshipped. There are many other beautiful temples in the region dedicated to Duryodhana and his allies.
Lunagad Creek is one of the most popular tourist attractions located in Mori. This place is situated on a narrow gorge in the Tons Valley and leads to a pool which is created by a small waterfall. The site is surrounded by dark green pine forest and offers magnificent vista of the beautiful Gujjar huts and tribal houses.
It is also adorned with yellow and red Nasturtium flowers, white Chrysanthemums and wild roses. Angling and trekking are some of the popular activities that attract visitors to this place.
Rafting and kayaking can be enjoyed best in Mori. Travellers can indulge in these adventure sports in the river Tons, which cascades down from the Bandarpunch Peak, at an elevation of 2,0720 ft above sea level. This river is also regarded as the largest offshoot of the river Yamuna.
Camping is a popular activity among visitors in Mori. The place is situated on the banks of the river Tons and is an ideal location for camping as it is surrounded by lush green forests. There are several private resorts that offer camping facilities to visitors at an affordable price.
The chilly nights can be enjoyed to the fullest with bonfire and barbecue. Besides, camping in Mori offers an opportunity to observe indigenous flora and fauna of the region.
Trekking is a popular activity among tourists visiting Mori. The Har-ki-Dun Valley and other trails are popular trekking routes. Nature walk in this serene place is a memorable experience. Travellers need to carry things necessary for trekking.
Rock Climbing and rappelling are some of the well known adventure activities that can be enjoyed in Mori. There are numerous rock structures in the village, with some suitable for beginners and others for experts. It is regarded as one of the most challenging exercises to climb to the hard granite surface of the rough rocks in this region.