How to reach Auli : You can reach the popular skiing destination of Auli via various means. The state government encourages tourism and makes this place quite easily accessible for visitors.
How to reach Auli by air.
Jolly Grant of Dehradun is the nearest airport to Auli. Situated at a distnac eof 286 kms, the airport has regular flights from Delhi. It is also well connected to other domestic airports. Road network is well connected to Auli. You may get direct cabs from Jolly Grant to Auli.
How to reach Auli by train
The nearest railway station to Auli is Rishikesh. It’s located at a distance of 264 kms on NH58. The next closest station is Haridwar. Both railway stations are well connected to major places across India.
How to reach Auli Auli by road
Auli is well connected to roads of all major cities of Uttaranchal. You can find easy cabs and bus services to reach Auli. Places like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Pauri, Rudraprayag and Chamoli as well connected to Auli via roads. It’s only 16 kms drive from Joshimath. Auli can be directly reached from Delhi via road. Delhi-Haridwar is 229 on NH 47.
One can even reach Auli via rope-way. This interesting passage connects directly from Joshimath. The connecting rope-way is only 15-20 min from Joshimath to Auli.
Auli tour itinerary
Reaching Auli from New Delhi.
Delhi to Haridwar
Distance 216 kilometers.
The distance from New Delhi to Haridwar is approximately 216 kilometers on NH-58. By road, it roughly takes 5-6 hours. If you are your own vehicle, then we will provide you parking as other travel agencies and resorts do not provide sufficient parking area. However, they are located by riverside and do not have parking slot. You can also hire a taxi, although it is an expensive option but as if you are not driving, you would enjoy your trip with enthusiasm.
Air-conditioned Volvo buses are also available to reach the destination. You can also prefer government buses, as they are cheaper in cost.
Last option is you can also book tickets for train in advance. In case, if you are coming from any other place then you can book a direct train for Haridwar.
Haridwar to Auli:
Distance 314 kilometers.
The distance from Haridwar to Joshimath is 300 kilometres. It takes 10-12 hours by road. The remaining distance from Joshimath to Auli is 14km. It takes about 20-25 minutes. Auli is linked to all the major parts of Uttrakhand. In winters, you can reach Auli by Cable car or ropeway. The last trip of Cable car is 4:30pm in winters and 5:30pm in summers.
We give stay to our clients in our own resorts called BLUE POPPY RESORTS We make all the efforts to satisfy our clients. As all the huts are made up of, Alpine woods which gives sweet fragrance inside the huts. In rooms, hot water is available throughout the day and night. The room of huts are breezy and amicable. Most fascinating thing is that you can also see the beautiful peak of Nanda Devi from our huts.
Day 3 Skiing at Auli
Get up early in the morning and have breakfast. Get ready for skiing and trekking in Auli. As we have well-trained instructors for skiing in Auli. As the whole day is spent in learning skiing. As if you are well known with the art of skiing then it will be very adventurous task for you.
Day 4 : Gorson Top trek :
It is a very easy and adventurous trek of 3km from Auli. It is a breathtaking view of gorson bugyal in the mix forest of oaks and conifers. It is green dazzling during spring season and cover with snow in winters. Beautiful peaks of of Nanda Devi, Trishul and Dron parvat can be seen. It is approx 7 km and 200 m in height. It includes dense forests, glaciers and alpine meadows
Day 5 : Auli to Haridwar / Delhi
Drive back to home as per you available days, either directly or take a pit stop at Haridwar.
Auli is a beautiful place to visit. You can find a lot of flowers and beautiful view of the peaks like Nanda Devi, Gauri Peak etc. In winters Auli is favorite destination for skiing.
For adventure lovers, the best time to visit Auli is the winter season. You should be comfortable with the chilling weather and enjoy the fun around.
A popular skiing destination of Uttaranchal, Auli is perched at an elevation of 2519- 3050 mts above sea level. Local people call it “bugyal” meaning meadows.
In the heart of Himalayas, Auli remains a hotspot for skiing lovers. It’s an ultimate winter resort with a slope of 3 kms. Slopes range from a height if 2519 to 3049 mts.