Auli Ski course (2500 to 3050M), Dec – Mar
Skiing in Uttarakhand is popular adventure sport. Snow-clad peak of Auli is repository of natural beauty and hub for various adventure sports and skiing is one of them.
Many adults who never learned to ski as children are hesitant to step into the world of skiing. But picture this: a snowy slope touched by the first warm rays of sunshine, skiers sliding happily on their skis, and you’re right there – on the top of the mountain, enjoying the incredibly beautiful panoramic view of what can only be described as a mountainous winter wonderland. To live and see this in real life is a dream many people share.
“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” – this may be true in some contexts, but not when it comes to learning to ski. While children might have an easier time picking up the sport, adults learn to ski just as easily with the right amount of motivation and training. Nowadays, more than a third of beginner’s lessons are attended by adults – so stop making excuses and jump right into the action!
Auli is an important ski destination in Uttarakhand, India famous for Alpine skiing. The small yet picture-perfect town of Auli is India’s premier ski resort destination. Standing at around an elevation of 2500 to 3050 meters above sea level, and surrounded by acres of oak and coniferous forests, Auli offers panoramic views of some of India’s highest peaks, including the second highest in the country, Nanda Devi (7,816m). It is also the gateway to the Nanda Devi and the Valley of Flowers National Park, including the Hemkund Sahib gurdwara, and popular trekking destinations such as Gorson Bugyal, Pangerchulla Summit, and Tapovan can be accessed through Auli.
Chair lifts: Auli skiing slopes are well suited for all levels of skiers- beginners, intermediates & professionals. It has 500 mts. & 800 mts. long chair lifts to serve high pistes. For skiing enthusiasts, January to March is the best time to visit. For nature lovers, October to March is the most appropriate time.
Cable Car or Rope way: Auli also boasts the Asia’s longest – 4 km – cable car (Gondola). A long cable car links Auli to the town of Joshimath. North of Auli are the colorful Badrinath Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site, and the Valley of Flowers National Park, with its alpine flora and wildlife like snow leopards and red foxes.
Badrinath temple: Joshimath is the entry point for Sri Badrinath Dham or temple town. Badrinath Dham (temple) is located at distance of 45.7 KM from Joshimath. The journey will take around two hours.
Mana Village: This village known in Hindu scriptures as Manibhadrapam is located at a distance of 3 KM north of Badrinath Dham (temple town) and 46KM away from Joshimath
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The courses offered a Private Course and are not just for adults, but also for the younger ones, from 12 years of age. To create a fun atmosphere conducive to learning, we leave time for games and playful educational activities, so that children do not get bored with concepts and purely technical corrections.
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