Auli is a slope station situated in the Garhwal locale of Uttarakhand state in India. It has properly inferred its name Auli – meaning knolls, from the qualities of its geography. The slope station is situated on slants and has far extending knolls that look dazzling to the eyes. Auli is affectionately alluded to as where nature wakes up in the entirety of its magnificence and quality. It is wealthy in regular assets and offers a dazzling scene of the encompassing slopes.
The slope station has a plenty of wildflowers and trees like deodars, oaks, coniferous and pine woodlands. The slants here that are pretty much as high as 9000 feet above ocean level proposition staggering perspectives on the encompassing Himalayan pinnacles; like that of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Dunagiri and Mana Parvat. There are various attractions here at the slope station. The most renowned one among travelers is the ropeway.
It is the most noteworthy and the longest one in India as well as the entire of Asia and it offers eminent perspectives on the Himalayan pinnacles. Auli’s counterfeit lake is another fascination which is one of the world’s most elevated man-made lakes. Additionally, Chattrakund and Chenab lake are likewise two different lakes worth visiting in Auli. Auli is otherwise called the skiing capital of India which makes sense of how well the movement can really be delighted in here.
If you are travelling to Auli, we recommend you visiting the following nearby places around Auli. Include these nearby places in your itinerary and make your visit to Auli more memorable.
The Pangarchulla peak is a high altitude trek in the Joshimath region of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand. It is a moderate level trek that will take you on an expedition in the midst of the gigantic boulders, high peaks, long trails and the gorgeous Deodar forests. The Pangarchulla Peak is at an altitude of 15069 feet.
Bhavishya Badri is one of the five Panch Badri temples, located at an height of 2744 mtrs near Joshimath. Beyond the Tapovan, Bhavishya Badri is situated at 17 kms from Joshimath in Subhain Village. The deity of this small temple is lord vishnu and known to be the future seat of Badrinath. There is a beautiful water spring in Bhavishya Badri and the place has many Cedar trees.
Gurson Bugyal (Gorso Bugyal) is located at an altitude of 3056 mts, just 3 kms trek from Auli. It is a large land of green pastures surrounded by coniferous forest and oak trees. You can also trek towards Chattarkund, which is just 1 km away from Gurso Bugyal. Chattarkund is famous for its sweet water and is located in the centre of a dense forest. Do take help from local people or guide to reach Chattarkund.
Pandukeshwar is a hallowed spot situated in-course to house of Lord Vishnu ‘Badrinath’ at a rise of 1829 mtrs. A ways off of 18 km from Joshimath, Pandukeshwar, Which is believed to be the place where King Pandu, father of the Pandavas of the epic Mahabharata worshiped Lord Shiva. There are two well known sanctuaries in Pandukeshwar. Yogadhyan Badri Temple, one of ‘Sapta Badri’ or seven Badri’s and other is Lord Vasudev Temple. Yogadhyan Badri Temple is the residence of Utsava-murti (celebration picture) in winters when Badrinath is shut. The Establishment of Rular Vasudev Temple is believed to be done by the Pandavas.
Timmersain Mahadev is a cavern of Lord Shiva which is Situated in Niti town of Chamoli locale of Uttarakhand. Cave is well known as the Amarnath shrine that is situated on Jammu and Kashmir. Due to it’s a characteristic Shivaling of snow, this spot is getting prominence step by step.