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Best Places to Visit in Auli


Auli is the hill station and ski resort of Uttarakhand. Auli is a very beautiful and attractive place in Uttarakhand. Auli is famous for a ski resort, ski events, and ski slopes and that organized every winter. The surrounding of Auli is oak forests, Nanda Devi, and Nar Parvat mountains. Auli is the town of Joshimath. Auli is in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The other name of Auli is Auli Bugyal which famous in Garhwali, which means "Meadow", and elevation is 2,800 m above sea level. Here some Best Places to Visit in Auli.

Best Places to Visit in Auli

Auli Artificial Lake 

Auli Artificial Lake is the first lake made by man. Auli lake provides a calm atmosphere and a serene with a skiing track. The glistening images of the Himalayan peaks appear awesome. There is a ski track beside the lake and a ski track for both first-timers and professionals. Auli provides fake snow during the month of summer.    

Nanda Devi Peak

Nanda Devi Peak is the second largest peak in India and the 23rd largest peak in the world with a height of 7,816 meters. Nanda Devi provides a 360-degree view of its beautiful surrounding. Nanda Devi Peak is famous all over the world. It is a popular trekking spot and around its beautiful Pine Trees. The mesmerizing view at night. 

Auli Ropeway

Auli Ropeway is near the hill station of Joshimath and Auli. It is the highest and longest ropeway in India after the Gulmarg in Jammu Kashmir. It is also known as "Gondola" and the height of Auli Ropeway from sea level is 3,010 meters. The cost of Ropeway approximately Rs. 400     

Auli Ski Resort

Auli ski resort located in the district of Chamoli, Uttarakhand. The ski resort is famous for its beautiful view and for many adventure locations, and the Sightseeing of Auli. Auli Resorts provide the best view of snowcap.

Rudra Prayag

Rudra Prayag is located near the famous places of Uttarakhand, like Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Dehradun. Rudra Prayag is a famous spot for trekking.  Rudra Prayag is the land of the famous man-eater killed by JimCorbett in 1925. It is 114 kilometers from Joshimath bus station.