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Auli, is a beautiful tourist destination in Chamoli district of Uttrakhand, India and is situated at an elevation of 2500 m from sea level. It is also known as 'Auli Bugyal' which means meadows. This place is popular for its beautiful landscape and skiing. During summer the place is full of greens and in winters its loaded with snow which is perfect for skiers. 

 Why to Visit 

 Auli is a beautiful destination in the state of Uttrakhand which is famous for skiing and hiking. Every year thousands of skiing loves come here to for the love of this adventurous sport. Auli offers slope for both professional skiers as well as for beginners. The Uttrakhand Tourism Department conduct skiing competition every year. 
It has by panoramic views of  Himalayas  surrounded by oak trees and beautiful meadows.

 How to Reach 

If you search Auli it will show wrong location on google maps. It is near Joshimath in Uttrakhand. It is not directly connected with flights, trains or buses from Delhi. However there are options available to each Auli.
Flight: There is a daily flight from Indra Gandhi International Airport Delhi to Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun which is 300 km from Joshimath. From there taxi and bus services are available.
Train: There are no direct trains to Auli. Haridwar is the nearest railway station which 250 km from Joshimath. And taxi services are easily available.
Auli is 16 km from  Joshimath which can be covered either by cable cart or trek.


Day 1: Delhi- Dehradun/ Haridwar- Joshimath. (Start your journey at night and reach Dehradun/ Haridwar in the morning. it will take nearly 5 to Joshimath)
Its advised to book a hotel in Joshimath as hotels in Auli are little costlier.

Day 2: Reach Auli from a cable cart service which is 4.5 km and 22 min journey with beautiful views.

Day 3: Explore the near by places which include
Chenab Lake- It is a small crystalline lake near Joshimath. Untouched and unexplored beauty attracts many tourists.
Gorson Bugyal- It's 4 km trek from Auli. It is a large land of green pastures surrounded by a coniferous for and oak trees.

Day 4 (Optional):Trishul peak- Three Himalayan peaks combine to form a Trishul which is 7120 m in height.
Nanda Devi National Park- Its the second highest national park of India. The elevation is about 3500 m from sea level and is 52 km from Joshimath.

Day 4/5: Joshimath to Dehradun/ Haridwar to Delhi.

Happy Journey

Clothes for Auli
Smart jacket for travelers
Amazing Boots For Winters

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