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"Auli Uttaranchal is undoubtedly the skiing capital of India. Auli in Uttaranchal is the best place to enjoy the snow season and has interesting excursions. Plan a trip to Auli this vacation and enjoy the beauty it exudes. The serene and mesmerizing beauty of Auli hill station will surely sweep you off your feet."
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Auli, Uttaranchal
Auli, Uttaranchal

About Auli Uttarakhand

Auli, the place blessed by snow is too good to be put in words. The Auli palce is known for skiing more than anything else. It comes in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand district and at a height of nearly 3000 metres with a vertical drop of 500 metres. While skiing might be more a popular reason for coming to Auli, the place is not devoid of other tourist attractions. Auli is the kind of place where pleasure and adventure, wild beauty and slopes of snow field, nature's beauty in its best form comes alive. What makes a trip to Auli so fulfilling and interesting is the fact that the place is flanked by some interesting places to visit in Auli and nearby. One can just stay in Auli Himachal Pradesh, enjoy the skiing and to take a break, just visit any of the nearby paces, like Joshimath, just 16 kilometres. Even the young honeymooners plan their honeymoon in Auli to adore its beauty. That is why these days so many tourism hotels in Auli has been opened by the government.

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Skiing is the major tourist attraction. Auli skiing resort was set up here by Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam to promote Auli as a skiing destination. With a vertical drop of 500 metres and snow fields inviting skiers from all over the country, Auli has emerged as a major skiing destination. All the facilities for skiing are available here on hire. You just have to be here to enjoy the fun. Not just that, for people interested in skiing but do not know how to begin with, GMVN organises skiing courses here, ranging from 2 days to 14 days.

Other Attractions

Gurso Bugyal

It is just three kilometres from Auli. Gurso is a huge beautiful meadow spread out and blessed with picture like beauty by nature. The place has mixed forest type, oak and conifer, and is 3056 metres above the sea level. One of the best way to come here is via ropeway. It is just 1.5 kilometres from the last tower of ropeway. Come here enjoying the breathtaking beauty of the snowfields lined with forests of oak and conifer. The place rests in peace and calmness as it is devoid of any commercial activity, it is just the kind of place where you can spend an entire day admiring the beauty and return to Auli then. A perfect place to click lots of photos of Auli.


While on trip to Gurso Bugyal, just a kilometre ahead is Chattrakund which you can easily include in your trip. In the centre of jungle is this sweet water lake called Chattrakund, the lake is small yet the view of a small beautiful lake is like a scene out fairy tale.

Kwani Bugyal

Twelve kilometres from Gurso, is another beautiful meadow, Kwani bugyal. The place is at a height of 3350 meters and is quite popular with trekkers. The best time to be here is in June and September. Nanda Devi hotel in Joshimath organises camps here with all the facilities of cooks, guides, camping equipment here. In summers, it is like one big camp going on here as trekkers from all over camp here.

Chenab Lake

To come here, one has to pass through the last village in Joshimath, i.e. Dang Village. The road is quite tough hence the place does not see much of tourists, but it is undoubtedly a beautiful spot.


It is just 16 kilometers from Auli and rich with attractions. The place has ancient temples which date back to as long as 8th century, when spiritual leader, Adi guru Shankaracharya had established a few of these shrines. Joshimath is also the base camp and gateway to Badrinath and the world famous 'Valley of Flowers'.

Vanishinarayan Kalpeshwar

This is another 12 kilometres from Joshimath and 10 kilometers from village Helang. There is a cave by the name of Kalpeshwar here in this beautiful valley which people come to visit.

Bhavishya Badri

It is one of the five badri shrines in the region. Bhavishya Badri is worshipped here at three kilometres from Tapovan. It is an on foot journey, in the middle of the dense deodar forest to the shrine of Bhavishya Badri. It is said that there will be a time in future when the shrine of Badrinath will get inaccessible because of the harsh climate, the snow, then Bhavishya Badri will be worshipped as the shrine of Badrinath, Bhavishya meaning future.

Getting There

By Air

The nearest airport to Auli is Jolly Grant, Dehradun, 279 kms from here. Flights from Delhi are available.

By Rail

The nearest railway station from Auli is Haridwar which is 273 kms from here. Trains are available for major cities.

By Road

The best way to come to Auli is to come to Joshimath via Rishikesh. Joshimath is just 16 kms from Auli. Regular taxis ply between Joshiamth and Auli. The road journey is laid with beautiful sights on the way. For other info Auli map will help you.


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