Auli

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NH-58 delhi to joshimath, Uttarakhand, India

Auli Uttarakhand Reviews

Sid_Gupta Sid_Gupta
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'Snow Skiing at Auli : fell like Heaven at Switzerland of India ' Feb 14, 2013
Auli is the most popular skiing destination of Uttaranchal state. Auli is situated in Chamoli district of Garhwal region covering elevation from 2,519mts to 3,050mts above sea level. Auli is a "bugyal" which means meadow in the regional language. Auli is often compared with best ski resorts of the world y foreigners. Auli is going to host SAF winter games in the year 2010. Auli is blessed with invigorating views of the splendid mountain range, Himalayas. The slopes of Auli provide enough thrills to professional skier and novice as well.

GMVN conducts 7 and 14 days skiing courses at Auli and special provisions for day tourists are also available. The conditions for skiing are perfect at Auli. A 500 m long ski-lift and an 800 m long chair-lift link the upper and lower slopes. The Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam Limited takes care of this resort and they have imported snow beater to maintain slopes. Walking through the misty slope provides one with the imposing spectacles of some of the lofty mountain ranges like Nanda Devi, Mana Paravat and Kamat. The best time to visit Auli is throughout the year except monsoons. But if you want to enjoy the eternal bliss of snow then visit Auli from December end to March. If you are planning a visit to Auli in winters then tourists are advised to bring heavy woolens, caps, socks, gloves, mufflers, pullovers, trousers, wind proof jackets, sunglasses, snow boots, torch and a whistle for personal use.

Auli Ropeway: Auli boasts the Asia’s highest and longest cable car covering a distance of 4km. This cable car wonder is named as Gondola. It also has a Chair Lift and a Ski-Lift. The ropeway of Auli connects Auli with Joshimath and it would take 15-20 minutes to reach Auli from Joshimath. Auli ropeway has ten towers of self-supporting steel structures. The return cable car ticket from Joshimath to Auli and Auli to Joshimath to Auli will cost you around Rs. 400. The enchanting Himalayas are distinctly visible while you are travelling in Gondola. Auli also offers the luxury of an 800mts long chair lift linking the lower ski slopes with the upper region. This Chair Lift has remote-controlled hydraulic and pneumatic braking system, making it safe to travel. A storm warning device is also attached with it. The ropeway of Auli helps tourists to explore the region with unique and unsurpassed experience.

Slopes of Auli

The slopes of Auli are considered amongst the best skiing place in Asia by the skiers of different countries. There are four Ski slopes in Auli:

10 No. Slope (White) is 900mts long

8 No. Track (Blue) is 800mts long

Temple Track (Red) is for beginners and is 400mts in length

Composite Slopes is 3.1kms long

There are two international standard ski lifts for skiers which take them back to high slopes.

Standing Lift for pole shift costs Rs. 30 per person. Pole Shift standing lift joins Temple Track with Tower No. 10

Sitting Lift for chair lift costs Rs. 200 per person. Chair lift connects Auli to Clifftop Club.

Auli is popular hill station, skiing, trekking destination in India Uttarakhand. Latest Auli tourism travel information with best tours and travel packages. Auli rope way, Auli ski Skiing Courses packages in Chamoli Garhwal, Uttarakhand India.
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Sid_Gupta Sid_Gupta
2 reviews
'Snow Skiing at Auli : fell like Heaven at Switzerland of India ' Feb 14, 2013
Auli is the most popular skiing destination of Uttaranchal state. Auli is situated in Chamoli district of Garhwal region covering elevation from 2,519mts to 3,050mts above sea level. Auli is a "bugyal" which means meadow in the regional language. Auli is often compared with best ski resorts of the world y foreigners. Auli is going to host SAF winter games in the year 2010. Auli is blessed with invigorating views of the splendid mountain range, Himalayas. The slopes of Auli provide enough thrills to professional skier and novice as well.

GMVN conducts 7 and 14 days skiing courses at Auli and special provisions for day tourists are also available. The conditions for skiing are perfect at Auli. A 500 m long ski-lift and an 800 m long chair-lift link the upper and lower slopes. The Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam Limited takes care of this resort and they have imported snow beater to maintain slopes. Walking through the misty slope provides one with the imposing spectacles of some of the lofty mountain ranges like Nanda Devi, Mana Paravat and Kamat. The best time to visit Auli is throughout the year except monsoons. But if you want to enjoy the eternal bliss of snow then visit Auli from December end to March. If you are planning a visit to Auli in winters then tourists are advised to bring heavy woolens, caps, socks, gloves, mufflers, pullovers, trousers, wind proof jackets, sunglasses, snow boots, torch and a whistle for personal use.

Auli Ropeway: Auli boasts the Asia’s highest and longest cable car covering a distance of 4km. This cable car wonder is named as Gondola. It also has a Chair Lift and a Ski-Lift. The ropeway of Auli connects Auli with Joshimath and it would take 15-20 minutes to reach Auli from Joshimath. Auli ropeway has ten towers of self-supporting steel structures. The return cable car ticket from Joshimath to Auli and Auli to Joshimath to Auli will cost you around Rs. 400. The enchanting Himalayas are distinctly visible while you are travelling in Gondola. Auli also offers the luxury of an 800mts long chair lift linking the lower ski slopes with the upper region. This Chair Lift has remote-controlled hydraulic and pneumatic braking system, making it safe to travel. A storm warning device is also attached with it. The ropeway of Auli helps tourists to explore the region with unique and unsurpassed experience.

Slopes of Auli

The slopes of Auli are considered amongst the best skiing place in Asia by the skiers of different countries. There are four Ski slopes in Auli:

10 No. Slope (White) is 900mts long

8 No. Track (Blue) is 800mts long

Temple Track (Red) is for beginners and is 400mts in length

Composite Slopes is 3.1kms long

There are two international standard ski lifts for skiers which take them back to high slopes.

Standing Lift for pole shift costs Rs. 30 per person. Pole Shift standing lift joins Temple Track with Tower No. 10

Sitting Lift for chair lift costs Rs. 200 per person. Chair lift connects Auli to Clifftop Club.

Auli is popular hill station, skiing, trekking destination in India Uttarakhand. Latest Auli tourism travel information with best tours and travel packages. Auli rope way, Auli ski Skiing Courses packages in Chamoli Garhwal, Uttarakhand India.
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