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Auli Laga Joshimath

But once you are here you will forget everything,The view from this place is awesome and surely you will be lost in the view.
In the morning we booked Elevator ticket which cost around 1000 rs for two & reached finally we reached Auli. Everything was shiny & white and unimaginably beautiful!!! There are lot of activities going on in Feb and hence makes it a perfect month to visit....
For a minute there, I lost my self...that's what happens when you reach the top of Auli. You will suddenly forget yourself to find yourself.Auli in winters feels like the angels descended and made the earth, heaven for us. Every new year I pray to start in the laps of nature. And this time it was- Auli where I landed. Though reaching Auli is quite a long journey by road, but trust me it's worth it. Those bums might hurt from all the sitting, but they will thank you later for dragging them to this place. Travel Duration: 4 days 4 Nights (As it takes minimum for 15-18 Hrs to reach Auli from Delhi, keep some spare hours if you want to explore few other places around Auli.) Travel Budget: INR 15000 per person (Includes everything) Travel Mode: Train + Road (Personal Hired Car) We started looking for a good resort in October, and can you believe it the bookings were already full! Either they were too highly-priced or the place was too shady. We started looking for travel companies to help us with our bookings. After a lot of research, calling, TravelTriangle gave us the best package (pricing) we could ask for along with the resort of our choice (Blue Poppy, Auli). #GOBTip- Do your booking 6 months in advance to grab best deals.
Harshita Jain
Five friends, a car and a beautiful unexplored destination. A perfect trip with friends on my birthday in January to witness the splendid real beauty of the snow clad mountains.So we decided to visit Auli, located in Chamoli district in Uttrakhand. What attracted us to choose Auli was that its less crowded unlike other popular spots like Manali.
Mustafa Dhariwala
This was the most difficult part of a trip, Going back. After having breakfast we check out from the hotel and headed towards rope-way tower and it was the most challenging part of whole trip as there around 2-3 feet of snow everywhere in Auli. When I first stepped into the snow my leg was covered with snow up to the knees. That I realized I should have brought Good quality snow shoes. The one which I had was rented and it was just a waterproof high ankle boots. Somehow we managed to get to the rope-way tower. My legs were completely frozen. Then we headed to Joshimath and from there we left for Rishikesh.Note: Please buy good quality Snow boots if you are planning a trip to Auli in winters. And one more thing I wanna say, please keep in mind that you won't get best food in this entire trip and the reason is obvious, Less Connectivity to the urban cities.