Best time to visit:- March to June & October to November


“Auli” is one of the most scenic ski destinations in Uttarakhand, India. This beautiful town is located at an elevation of 2500 to 3050 meters above sea level. Auli offers the enchanting sceneries of oak fringed slopes and coniferous forests. The air is cold, fresh and scented with pine, the skies are azure blue. The Ski resort of Auli covers a stretch of just about 5-7 kilometers, and offers excellent views of the surrounding peaks.The snowy slopes of the Auli have also been utilized as training ground. After reached in Auli do not miss enjoying the cable car riding, from where individuals can view the dense oak and pine forests.

Weather Details :

Summer:   21 Degree Celsius
Winter:   10 Degree Celsius
Monsoon:   12 Degree Celsius

Main Attractions: -

Trishul Peak in Auli: It's the most attractive peak in Auli which attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year. The height of the Trishul Mountain is about 23, 490 ft above the sea level. Many other peaks in Auli including Trishul peak are used by the patrolling officers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force for training. At the foot of the Trishul peak there is an attractive lake.

Mundali in Auli: Is one of the popular tourist places in Auli. Here people can see the utmost beautiful natural vegetation. The area is confined by green forest on all sides. From this site tourist can also view the snow capped mountains of mighty Himalaya. The snow covered mountains attract tourists in large. Tourist must take a visit that come Auli.

Auli Artificial Lake in Auli: Is one of the world’s highest manmade Lake, and was founded by the government, in view of creating artificial snow on the new ski point at the time of low snow fall. Water from the lake is used to feed the snow guns stationed along the ski slopes which provide an apt skiing surface to help extend the ski season.

Nanda Devi National Park in Auli: It is a great major tourist attraction for the tourists. The park is placed at an aloofness of 41 kilo meter from Auli. Only two groups of tourists are allowable to enter into the park in a day. Maximally 4 groups of people are granted for week.

Chenab Lakein Auli: This place is among the hidden treasures in Auli. But those who reach Auli do not forget to go there. This lake is in Dang village, the last one from Joshimath. The road conditions are not so well, but still people come here to enjoy the sheer beauty of this place.

Vishu Prayag in Auli: This is the place where two most sacred rivers meet together. The confluence of the rivers Alaknanda and Dauli Ganga is a major crowd-puller.

GursoBugyal in Auli: This is the place where one can feast their eyes viewing the beautiful large meadows of the nature. GusroBugyal is just 3 kilo meters from Auli. The destination is surrounded by the different forests of oak and conifer, at a height of 3056 meter above sea level.


How to Reach Auli

By Air:- The nearest airport is Dehradun which is about 371 kilometers away from Almora and well connected by all major cities of India.

By Road:- It is well connected with all major cities of India via road. There are good services of Buses and Cabs available.

By Train:- Haridwar is the nearest railway stations; it is situated at the distance of 273 kilometers away from Auli. It is connected with most of the cities in India.


Shopping in Auli can be a better experience. You can buy the items for example local woolen shawls and wide range of sarees. You can find these items in the Auli local scale markets. North India Tours provides the complimentary Auli Tour Guide for Shopping in Auli.