Auli is a beautiful tourist spot which is famous for skiing all over the world. This beautiful place is 2800 m from sea level. Located above. This place is known for the oak-edge slopes and verdant coniferous forests. History of Auli is found in the 8th century. According to beliefs, Guru Adi Shankaracharya came to this holy place. This place is also called ‘Bugyal’, which means ‘grassy ground’ in the local language. Visitors walking on the slopes of the dew can see the wonderful views of Nanda Devi, Mana mountain and Kamat mountain ranges. Passengers can see apple orchards and green pine trees when they pass through these slopes.
Around the Auli
A famous tourist spot of Auli, situated on the confluence of rivers Nandprayag, Alaknanda and Nandakini. Diping in this Sangam for the religion of Hinduism is very important to religiously. This entrance is for Kedarnath and Badrinath where travelers can enjoy beautiful views of snow-covered hills. This place is famous for the government-made artificial Auli lake, which is used especially for the artificial ice on new ski slopes in the months of low snowfall. On arrival, tourists can also see Badri, which is 2744 m from sea level. Is located at the height of. Due to being one of the five Badri shrines after Badrinath, Yogadhyanbadri, Adibadri and Vradhbadri, religious significance of this place is very high. ‘Guruso Bugyal’ is a beautiful place that is very green in summer. This place is surrounded by green forests of conifer and oak. Tourists can get here from Joshimath through the ropeway. There is a small reservoir called ‘Chatrakund Lake’ near Guruso Bugyal. In the small village ‘Saldhar Tapovan’ near the Auli, travelers can see a natural waterfall and a temple. Skiing can be enjoyed at the snowy slopes of Auli. These slopes are best to enjoy alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and Telemark skiing. Asia’s longest cable car is in Auli which is 4 km Determines the distance. The cable car is called gondola, with a chair lift and a ski lift. These slopes are leveled regularly with the help of Snow Packing Machine and Snow Beater. Auli is famous for trekking in the Himalayan region. The Joshimath Tracking Route is very popular here. While tracking the various paths of this region, Kameet, Nandadevi, Mann mountain and Dunagiri Mountains can be seen. 7160 m above sea level The Trishul Mountain located above is a famous tourist destination in Auli. The name of this mountain is taken from the trident of Lord Shiva. It is a popular skiing site as well as a training ground for the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force personnel. Visitors can also see Roopkund Lake on the foothills of this mountain.
How to reach Auli
Passengers can easily travel by air, rail and road by Auli. The nearest airbase of Auli is Dehradun’s Jolly Grant airport and the nearest main railway station is Haridwar Railway Station. Buses are also available from nearby cities for Auli.
Which weather do you go to
Due to the weather being pleasant, it is best to come to this place in the summer.