Auli Sights and Landmarks Guide, India
Auli is one of the many hill stations in India and is famous amongst various tourists as a skiing resort. It is part of Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India, and is located in the proximity of Indo-Chinese border. The famous Himalayan Mountain divides this border and Auli is part of these snow covered mighty peaks of Himalayas. Lately Auli has also been tagged as one of the best ski resorts in Asia due to various efforts taken by the local government so as to attract tourists. Best time to visit this mesmerizing ski resort is between the months of November and March as during these days this region experiences enough snowfall which creates the perfect atmosphere for skiing. Under this travel guide for Auli Sights, we will summarize some of the important attractions.
Auli Sights – Winter Sports
Ski lovers from various parts of the planet head towards Auli during the winter season (which is between November and March) so as to enjoy skiing on the snow covered peaks of this hill station. A government controlled body namely Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam arranges multiple courses for expert as well as for amateur skiers thus attracting many young tourists from the surrounding areas. Auli organizes the Skiing Festival which starts in January and continues till March. This happens to be one of the major attractions for various tourists from around the planet.
Auli Sights – Badrinath Shrine
The very famous holy shrine of Hindus namely Badrinath Shrine is also located in the proximity of this town thus increasing the religious importance of this hill station. At times, you might be surprised by the huge number of tourists that visit this ski resort. Mostly the people visiting Badrinath Shrine do hit this awesome ski resort at least once thus at times it does become overcrowded.
Auli Sights – India’s Longest Ropeway
The ropeway which connects Auli to the nearby hill station namely Joshimuth is around 4.15 kilometers in length and is also the largest ropeway of India. Tourists get the chance to enjoy the sight of awesome surroundings and heavy snow covered mountains while on this journey.
Auli Sights – Trekking At Joshimuth
Those who love trekking and feel like testing their skills can head towards the nearby hill station namely Joshimuth which has literally every facility for trekkers. All you need is the enthusiasm for this adventurous sport. Joshimuth is around 15 kilometers away from Auli when you travel by bus.
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