Auli Tourism & Travel Guide

Popular for being a ski resort where skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed during winters, Auli is also visited in the summer for a majestic 180-degree view of the second highest peak in India, Nanda Devi, and the snowy Himalayas. During summers, the ski slopes turn to picturesque meadows for mesmerising walks. One can choose to do some sightseeing on Asia's longest cable car or rope way. A picturesque spot that takes the cake here is the crystalline Chenab Lake, which can be reached through a treacherous trek to Dang village. The pilgrimage to Badrinath temple is another renowned trek. There aren't any places to shop out here but one can always go downhill to Joshimath to purchase all sorts of woollen apparel. No fancy places to eat though, the little joints spread around this charming snowscape serve delicious Garhwali dishes as well as usual Indian fare.
Best time to visit Auli is from April to June and October

Trips and Itineraries for Auli

We enjoyed Auli From 11 AM till 3:30 P.M and enjoyed the scenic beauty of great ranges of Himalayas....

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Rope way from Joshimath to Auli. 2....

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Top Places To Visit in Auli 11 Spots

Sarain, Sarahan, Himachal Pradesh 171211, India
after leaving temple I reached the bus stand at 10:30 in the morning,so I decided to take a dip in the river along the bus stand i couldn't just control myself,the waterwas freezing cold,but it was worth it.after taking a bath I took the bus to Shimla at 11:30am from Sarain,which left me at Shimla at 6:30pm ,from there I took a bus to Chandigarh,which left me home at 12:00am .
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Kuppar Peak, Himachal Pradesh 171205
3. Kuppar Bughyal: Valley of Forests Trek
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Weekend Getaways from Auli 

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
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