A lesser known but important ski destination, Auli is located in the midst of a part of the looming Himalayan mountain range, known as the Garhwal Mountains. Found on the way to ‘Chaar-Dhaam’, this town is also known as Dev-Bhoomi due to the various temples in and around. It is also known to be blessed by Shankaracharya thanks to the favored monastery in Joshimath, which is sort of on the brink of Auli. The hilly terrain has gained the status of being a well-liked skiing area for the avid ski-lover. Sport competitions are held for tourists during winter, which attracts tons of individuals. Best time to go to is during April to June when the weather is moderately cold. If you’re an adventure lover who likes to experience the chilly winter of Auli that lasts from November to February, you’d enjoy the snowfall, cold winter air, and the skiing opportunities.
Known to be the world’s highest man-made lake, reservoir is found on the brink of the Clifftop Club private hotel. The artificial lake was created to produce synthetic snow for the skiing activities carried out during the time of less snowfall. The snow produced from this lake has proven to be very useful as it provides a good and extensive surface for skiing. It has also expanded the duration of the skiing period.
Connected through the ropeway to Auli, Joshimath is legendary for its hiking and trekking expeditions. It was established together of the elemental institutions by Adi-Shankara. Tourists are interested in visit this site thanks to its religious importance, and for the journey of the ropeway, which offers a gorgeous view of Auli. The ropeway connecting Joshimath and Auli is known as the longest ropeway of Asia, and it’s a major attraction for visitors.
Auli has one among the optimum ski slopes in India, and ski-lovers are often found here during a sizable amount, mostly during the ski competitions. The oak and deodar trees alongside the extensive and delightful ski slopes provide an excellent atmosphere for the ski-lovers, and even for competitions that happen during winter. The ski-resort offers an honest spot to observe the competitions from, and also residential areas for those that wish to remain there. The mountain slopes at the time of snowfall are a radiant sight to behold, and one can enjoy the scenery at this point.
At the peak of 23, 490 ft, Trishul peak may be a popular slope. It is one among the few locations of India where skiing is professionally practiced. The Nanda Devi National Park is situated close to the peak, and it attracts people in a large number. At the foot of this hill is the famous Roopkund Lake, which is also known as ‘Mystery Lake’ for the skeletons of horses and humans that were found in the lake. A very famous skiing spot, Trishul peak offers an excellent bird’s eye view from the highest, and enthusiastic skiers find themselves traversing the slopes of this hill for the adventurous feeling it has to offer. Tourists, who aren’t skiers, also enjoy the atmosphere and therefore the view, alongside watching the ski competitions happening on Capitol Hill.