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Yes.. june is also good option
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Yes perfect time to visit..it is perhaps coldest place of around there
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Auli is called the Skiing Capital of India....and if you want to experience skiing, then the best time would be November to February......
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The best time is between November to March.
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Yes, but you can enjoy snow in Nov to March only.
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January and February....
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Yes june is a good option
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Visit Auli in the month of January- February, when you will find snow capped mountains, winter sports and view of beautiful Himalayan peaks, for more infor see our Auli blog for which link is https://www.tripoto.com/trip/auli-the-marvellous-beauty-of-nature-5cbd6a1d1ea47, or you can post your queries at chasingdreamzz1131@gmail.com
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Anytime is best time to visit Auli. Summers are very pleasant in Auli with average temperature around 15°C. June is ideal for all sight seeing, skiing and also for visiting nearby attractions. You can visit Auli in Summers, and Winters but would advise to take caution while visiting Auli during monsoons as the path leading to Auli may experience landslides during monsoon in Uttarakhand.
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Yes June is best time ...you will enjoy the weather and you can explore the places
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Yeah May June is decent time to visit Auli. But if you looking for Winter sports then go in winter season. that place is a snow wonderland in winters.
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No, cuz auli is known for winter sports and it will be possible in winters only
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Ya June is a good time to visit Auli but, the best season to visit Auli is all through winters. The main Tourist attraction in Auli is Snow Skiing and is best during November to March. May to November offers cool and pleasant climate and the right period to spend relaxing moments in the outdoors.
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