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Chris-Mass and New Year Celebration at Auli Winter

Auli in Uttarakhand Himalayas, is one of the highest & finest ski slopes in India. One can enjoy Skiing on the longest and finest Slopes of Indian Himalayas.

Auli Camp :: Regular Packages 2000 Per Person MAP per night
X-Mass and New Year Extra Charges :: 1000 per person.

Include --> Breakfast - Dinner With BBQ / Bonfire / Snacks / Music and Non veg / Veg / Soft drink.
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Beside this ::--> Skiing At Auli 2015 :: Skiing course and packages for auli skiing ::

: : 0 7 & 10 D A Y S S K I I N G C O U R S E : @ Auli :

Package Includes :
7-day Non-Certificate Course at Auli.
Ski Equipments | Instructions by Certified Instructors | Transfers by Non-AC Car/Jeep Package Includes Dlx. Accommodation & all Meals.

S K I I N G : : W I L D - L I F E : : R A F T I N G

SCHEDULE : 09 Nights - 10 Days Package from Dated 1st January to 31st March

Package Includes : 3 day Non-Certificate Course at AulI | Ski Equipments | Instructions by Certified Instructors | Transfers by Non-AC Car/Jeep
One Day Willd Life Safari | Full Day Rafting in Rishikesh on the Ganges | Lunch During Rafting and Wild-Life Safari.


Skiing /Snowboarding in Auli 03Night/04Days

Water & Wind proof jacket - 1 no.
Water & Wind proof trouser - 1 no.
Warm jacket - 1 no.
Sunglasses - 1 no.
Woolen socks - 3 nos.
Warm Gloves / Mittens - 2 nos.
Thermals/inners (upper & lower)
Lowers/jeans - 2 pairs
Shirts/t shirts - 4
Day pack to keep stuff during skiing
Normal socks - 4 pairs
Trekking shoes/sneakers - 2 pairs
Balaclava - 1 no.
Cap - 1 no.
Sunscreen cream - 1 no.
Water bottle - 1 no.
Lip-balm - 1 no.
Notebook - 1 no.
Pen - 2 nos.
Any specific medication
Bathroom slippers / floaters

Day 1 - Arrive at hotel / cottage Auli in the evening - Tea/coffee -introduction about skiing - Dinner and overnight stay at hotel / resort.
Day 2 - Early morning breakfast - Transfer to Ski slope - Skiing/ Snowboarding lesson -Lunch - back to hotel- evening Tea- discussion with your instructor - Dinner.
Day 3 - Breakfast -Transfer to Ski slope - Skiing/ Snowboarding lesson -Lunch - back to room Tea- discussion with your instructor - Dinner and overnight stay at hotel / resort.
Day 4 - After Breakfast- Check out.

Package include:
Food, Accommodations, Skiing equipments ( ski/ Snowboard, boots, sticks), Instructor,
Transport from road head to slope.

Package cost:
Per pax = 9999/- per person.

Skiing in Himalaya region is extreme adventure skiing sports vacation at Auli in India.

Auli Skiing Package (9 days / 8 nights)

Day 01: Delhi - Rishikesh (225 kms / 6 hrs)
After breakfast, departure to Rishikesh, situated on the banks of the Ganges at the foot of the Himalayas. This city is a special place of pilgrimage for Hindus. There is a huge number of ashrams and temples, which give the knowledge on the spiritual path. The sacred river Ganga makes this place special beauty and purity. Along with wandering ascetics, sadhus and saints, visits the city every year a huge number of tourists who are attracted by the natural beauty of Rishikesh. Accommodation at the hotel. Free time. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Rishikesh - Joshimath - Auli (270 kms / 9-10 hrs)
After an early breakfast at 09.00 drive to Joshimath on a mountain road along the river Ganga and Alaknanda. Upon arrival in Joshimath - moving the cable car (the longest in Asia, 3.9 km) to Auli. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 03 - 07: Skiing at Auli
All necessary equipment is provided. The resort has a lift and a lift. The resort employs professional instructors. On the ski slopes offer beautiful views of the Himalayan peaks including Nanda Devi peak (7818 m) (breakfast, lunch and dinner.)

Day 08: Auli - Joshimath - Rishikesh (270 kms / 9-10 hrs)
After breakfast leave for Rishikesh by Joshimath. On arrival at Rishikesh rest. In the afternoon travel around at Ram Jhula, Lakshman jhula, Gita Bhawan and other temples and Ashrams. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 9: Rishikesh - Delhi (225 kms / 6 hrs)
In the morning drive to Delhi. Our tour ends.

Packages cost :: INR :: 35,989 Per Person.
Auli Himalayas Get Best Experience in Winter....

Languages : Hindi and English
Best time to visit : December to March


Auli, located in the northern state of Uttaranchal, is a new entrant in the tourist map of India. Located in the cradle of snow-capped mountains, Auli is one of the very few places in India where skiing is a major pastime. The bitter cold winds, the vast snow-covered landscape, the sylvan mountains, all add up to make Auli a skier's paradise. Representing man's constant endeavor to triumph over nature, Auli proves to be an ideal locale for the daring.


Auli is towards the north of the state and forms a part of the Garhwal mountain range. It is at a distance of 16 km from Joshimath, on the Badrinath route. The slopes, which are as high as 9000 feet above sea level, are covered with dense deodar and oak forests and this often reduces the velocity of the chilly winds to the minimum. The slopes offer a panoramic view of many a famous Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi, Kamet, Mana Parvat and Dunagiri.


In the 8th century AD, the great Guru Adi Shankaracharya is said to have tread on these fields. The temple built by him at Joshimath still exists. For hundreds of years, the colorful semi-nomadic tribes of the Bhotiyas, of the Mongolian stock, traversed the trails at Auli, locally called Thatauli. Their longhaired yaks, laden with an assortment of goods, assisted them in conducting a flourishing trade with nearby Tibet.

Before Auli was developed as a ski resort, its slopes were the training ground for men of valor and courage-the ski-equipped men of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force. Among the awesome, legendary peaks ranged round Auli, the 23,490-feet-high Trishul (literal meaning, the strident of Lord Shiva) was the scene of a unique expedition in 1958. The mountaineers took four days to climb the peak and only 90 minutes to ski down to the base camp.


If one is an adventure freak, the best time to visit Auli is during the winter season. The period from late November to late March is generally considered ideal for skiers. As the winters set in, the mountains seem to extend to the firmament with arms of snow. From December to March, We conducts 7-day and 15-day courses for both amateurs and advanced learners.

Skiers are naturally provided with clean stretches of 10-20 km of snow-covered mountain slopes. Besides, there is a descent of 500 m from the ridge over a stretch of 3 km. The forests on the slopes also seem to help the skiers by reducing the wind velocity. In the months of February and March, Auli often hosts the National Winter Games. In a planned move, the Government and local authorities have involved the local Garhwali people to explore the slopes that rightfully belong to them.

By eight in the morning, one can see the first of the skiers and other adventure seekers. Until about four o'clock in the evening, when it gets chilly, cold and dark, the skiers make most of the slopes. For the best part of the winter season, Auli is blessed by an unusually large number of sunny days, but there are times when it snows heavily. In the evenings, the activity shifts from the slopes to the bukhari-warmed huts and resorts (bukhari: a quaint, wooden stove). People then generally pass their time listening to folklore and reveling in the local music of Garhwal in the lamp-lit rooms or besides the bonfires.

The nearest airport is Dehradun, about 298 km away. Rishikesh, about 276 km away, is the nearest railhead. Regular road services are available from Delhi, Dehradun, Rishikesh and Hardwar to Joshimath, 16 km away. From Joshimath one can hire jeeps to Auli. One can also trek the five kilometer between Joshimath and Auli. For further information, contact us.


Although one usually carries pullovers and other woolen wear while visiting tourist spots during winters, one has to remember that Auli is not just another winter tourist spot. The freezing temperatures force the visitors to carry such winter wear in adequate quantity and of good quality. One good practice is to carry a first-aid kit. All those interested to explore the snowfields of Auli should necessarily carry with them dark glasses, snow/gum boots, and a torch. All visitors are also advised to carry with them adequate number of spare cells or candles, as there is an acute power crisis in the region.