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AULI
Chandigarh to Auli - 468.1 km ( 13 hours 20 minutes approx. )
AULI
Auli is one of the lesser known hill stations in India and a new entrant in the tourist map of India. Located in the cradle of snow-capped mountains, Auli is one of the few places in India where skiing is a major pastime. Auli is situated in Uttarakhand.
Auli is towards the north of the state and forms a part of the Garhwal mountain range. The slopes, which are as high as 9000 feet above sea level offer a panoramic view of many a famous Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi, Kamet, Mana Parvat and Dunagiri.
Best Time to Visit
Late November to late March is generally considered ideal for skiers.
Types of car suited
We will recommend you to drive a Mahindra XUV and Toyota Fortuner. You can also check out self-driving car rental options from Volercars. We provide you the best price along with exciting deals. Opt for freedom and flexibility to self-drive the car of your choice.
Skiing in Auli
An ideal place for Skiing, covered with evergreen conifers and oak forest. Compared with the best skiing grounds of the world by the French and Austrian experts and rated it as one of the best.
Place to visit
  • Gurso Bugyal - At an elevation of 3,056m above sea level Gurson Bugyal is a scenic location from where you can view imposing Himalayas like Nanda Devi, Trishul and Dron. 3 km trek from Auli will lead you to this mesmerizing location.
  • Kwani Bugyal - Situated 12 km from Gurso Bugyal at an elevation of 3380m above sea level Kwani Bugyal is a very popular destination with trekkers .
  • Trishul Peak - The three peaks that together form Trishul Peak resembles the shape of Trishula as called in Hindi/Sanskrit language. It is known to be the weapon of Shiva.
  • Trishul Peak - The three peaks that together form Trishul Peak resembles the shape of Trishula as called in Hindi/Sanskrit language. It is known to be the weapon of Shiva. The three Himalayan mountain peaks of western Kumaun as a whole form the Trishul peak. It is having a height of 7120m. The peak can be best viewed from Kausani or during the Roopkund Trek.