Auli"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Auli Artificial Lake - Auli Artificial Lake is one of the world's highest manmade lakes. This lake was developed by the government in view of creating artificial snow on the new ski slopes at the time of low snow fall. Water from the lake is used to feed the snow guns stationed along the ski slopes. It assists in providing an apt skiing surface to help extend the ski season.

     

    Joshimath - The town is a hill station and gateway to the Valley of Flowers and is visited by tourists mainly during summer season between April and October. Joshimath, located a few kilometres away from Auli in the Chamoli District, is a pilgrim site. This place has several ancient temples, which date from the 8th century. Adi Guru Shankaracharya had established one of the four piths, centres that serve as the resting place for the pilgrims going to Badrinath. The town has a temple of Narasimha that has more prominence than its other shrines. Other shrines present in the town are dedicated to Ganesh, Surya, Gaurishankar, Hanuman and Naudevi. SankaracharyaTapastali is another prominent attraction of this town.

     

    GursoBugyal - Travellers can also head towards Chattarkund, which is 1 km away from GursoBugyal.  Chattarkund is famous for its sweet water and is located in the centre of a dense forest. GursoBugyal is located 3 kmaway from Auli, at an elevation of 3,056 m above sea level. During spring season, it transforms into a land carpeted by green pastures. The land is surrounded by forest of conifers and oak. By ropeway, tourists can reach Joshimath that is 1.5 km away from its last tower. As accommodation facilities are not available at the site, tourists can visit the place during the day and return back to Auli by night.

     

    BhavishyaBadri - At the place, tourists can explore the famous lion headed image of Narasimha present in a temple. Lord Vishnu reincarnated as Narasimha in order to save Prahlad who was a great worshipper of the lord.It is believed that in future the shrine of Badrinath will become inaccessible because of the harsh climate. Name of the place is corroboration to the belief that it will be worshipped as the shrine of Badrinath in the future.BhavishyaBadri that can be reached by travelling a distance of 3 km by foot from Tapovan is situated in the centre of a dense forest. The place stands at an elevation of 2,744 m and is one of the five badri shrines. Other badri shrines are Badrinath, YogDhyanBadri, AdiBadri and VridhaBadri.

     

    Trishul Peak - Initially, Trishul and other peaks were used as the training area for the ski-equipped patrolling officers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force. At the bottom of the slopes of the peak lies a lake, named the Roopkund. It is also known as the Mystery Lake because of the discovery of around 600 skeletal remains of humans and horses here. The Trishul Mountains can be viewed from Kausani and BediniBugyal. Trishul Peak stands at an elevation of 23,490 ft and is counted among the ski-friendly ranges of Auli. It is situated in Kumaon in the state of Uttarakhand near the district of Bageshwar. The TrishulMountains form the south-east corner of the ring of peaks encircling the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. It is named after the trident of Lord Shiva (Hindu God).

     

    Chenab Lake - Chenab Lake is located in the Dang Village, which is the last village of Joshimath. Travellers need to walk through an unpaved path, in order to reach this beautiful lake.

     

    SaildharTapovan - SaildharTapovan, located 15 km from Auli, is a small village on the Joshimath Road. It is famous among the travellers for a temple and a natural hot water spring. Tourists can also visit a hot water fountain that is located 3 km away from SaildharTapovan in Saildhar. The water of this fountain is almost at the boiling point.

     

    VanshinarayanKalpeshwar - VanshinarayanKalpeshwar is located 12 km from Joshimath and 10 km from Helang Village. Prominent attraction of this beautiful valley is a cave named Kalpeshwar. Travellers can also visit Vanshinarayan that is 10 km away from VanshinarayanKalpeshwar.

     

    Chattarkund - Chattarkund is situated 1 km away from GursoBugyal, close to Auli. Surrounded by a dense forest, the lake holds sweet water.

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  • Hotels of Auli

    Clifftop Club, Auli

    Auli Dist Chamoli

    Clifftop Club Auli is a luxurious ski resort, situated in Auli. This resort gives a heavenly feeling as it is perched at an elevation of more than 10,000 ft above sea level. Clifftop Club Auli is the second highest resor

    8,970.00 Avg/night

    GMVN Skiing And Tourist Resort, Auli

    Auli

    GMVN Skiing And Tourist Resort offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This proper

    1,850.00 Avg/night

    Auli Resort, Auli

    The Royal Village

    Auli Resort is popularly known as The Royal Village and located in the GMVN Tourist Complex of Auli. Auli Resort is well connected by 14 kilometer good motor able road, about 30 minutes drive from Joshimath. Auli Resort

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    Devi Darshan Lodge, Auli

    Near Army Helipad

    Devi Darshan Lodge is located near Army Helipad at Auli in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, at about 15 km from the town of Joshimath. Nearest airport from the lodge is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 275

    4,220.00 Avg/night

    Himalayan Eco Lodge, Auli

    Himalayan Eco Lodge, Auli

    Himalayan Eco Lodge Auli is located on Joshimath-Auli road near ITBP camp at Auli in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Nearest airport from the lodge is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 285 km away and near

    6,293.00 Avg/night

  • Weather

     

    Auli Artificial Lake - Auli Artificial Lake is one of the world's highest manmade lakes. This lake was developed by the government in view of creating artificial snow on the new ski slopes at the time of low snow fall. Water from the lake is used to feed the snow guns stationed along the ski slopes. It assists in providing an apt skiing surface to help extend the ski season.

     

    Joshimath - The town is a hill station and gateway to the Valley of Flowers and is visited by tourists mainly during summer season between April and October. Joshimath, located a few kilometres away from Auli in the Chamoli District, is a pilgrim site. This place has several ancient temples, which date from the 8th century. Adi Guru Shankaracharya had established one of the four piths, centres that serve as the resting place for the pilgrims going to Badrinath. The town has a temple of Narasimha that has more prominence than its other shrines. Other shrines present in the town are dedicated to Ganesh, Surya, Gaurishankar, Hanuman and Naudevi. SankaracharyaTapastali is another prominent attraction of this town.

     

    GursoBugyal - Travellers can also head towards Chattarkund, which is 1 km away from GursoBugyal.  Chattarkund is famous for its sweet water and is located in the centre of a dense forest. GursoBugyal is located 3 kmaway from Auli, at an elevation of 3,056 m above sea level. During spring season, it transforms into a land carpeted by green pastures. The land is surrounded by forest of conifers and oak. By ropeway, tourists can reach Joshimath that is 1.5 km away from its last tower. As accommodation facilities are not available at the site, tourists can visit the place during the day and return back to Auli by night.

     

    BhavishyaBadri - At the place, tourists can explore the famous lion headed image of Narasimha present in a temple. Lord Vishnu reincarnated as Narasimha in order to save Prahlad who was a great worshipper of the lord.It is believed that in future the shrine of Badrinath will become inaccessible because of the harsh climate. Name of the place is corroboration to the belief that it will be worshipped as the shrine of Badrinath in the future.BhavishyaBadri that can be reached by travelling a distance of 3 km by foot from Tapovan is situated in the centre of a dense forest. The place stands at an elevation of 2,744 m and is one of the five badri shrines. Other badri shrines are Badrinath, YogDhyanBadri, AdiBadri and VridhaBadri.

     

    Trishul Peak - Initially, Trishul and other peaks were used as the training area for the ski-equipped patrolling officers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force. At the bottom of the slopes of the peak lies a lake, named the Roopkund. It is also known as the Mystery Lake because of the discovery of around 600 skeletal remains of humans and horses here. The Trishul Mountains can be viewed from Kausani and BediniBugyal. Trishul Peak stands at an elevation of 23,490 ft and is counted among the ski-friendly ranges of Auli. It is situated in Kumaon in the state of Uttarakhand near the district of Bageshwar. The TrishulMountains form the south-east corner of the ring of peaks encircling the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. It is named after the trident of Lord Shiva (Hindu God).

     

    Chenab Lake - Chenab Lake is located in the Dang Village, which is the last village of Joshimath. Travellers need to walk through an unpaved path, in order to reach this beautiful lake.

     

    SaildharTapovan - SaildharTapovan, located 15 km from Auli, is a small village on the Joshimath Road. It is famous among the travellers for a temple and a natural hot water spring. Tourists can also visit a hot water fountain that is located 3 km away from SaildharTapovan in Saildhar. The water of this fountain is almost at the boiling point.

     

    VanshinarayanKalpeshwar - VanshinarayanKalpeshwar is located 12 km from Joshimath and 10 km from Helang Village. Prominent attraction of this beautiful valley is a cave named Kalpeshwar. Travellers can also visit Vanshinarayan that is 10 km away from VanshinarayanKalpeshwar.

     

    Chattarkund - Chattarkund is situated 1 km away from GursoBugyal, close to Auli. Surrounded by a dense forest, the lake holds sweet water.

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