Known by the name of ‘Ski Capital of India’ Auli is among the most beautiful hill stations in India. The ski-worthy slopes have earned international reputation. While skiing in winter is the most known, the Auli trip is accessible and entertaining in other seasons of the year too. Owing to its location high up in the breathtaking locales of Uttarakhand, the hill town is not easily accessible by all modes of commute. To plan a visit to the hill town the first thing to be planned is how to reach Auli. We provide you with details of reach to Auli by flight, by road, by train including driving route as well as cable car.
Distances between major Cities to Auli
|From Delhi to Auli||520 km Via NH 7|
|From Rishikesh to Auli||263 km Via NH 7|
|From Haridwar to Auli||283 km Via NH 7|
|From Badrinath to Auli||54 km Via NH 7|
|From Joshimath to Auli||8 km via Auli Rd|
Auli by Flight
The closest airport to get to Auli is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, around 286 km away. The air terminal has flight connectivity all over India including regular connectivity with Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram. From Dehradun, drive to the hill town, there are options of taxi available. The nearest international airport is in Delhi, around 500 km away. Even from the international terminal there are options of connectivity buy road to get to Auli from the airport, you can easily hire a taxi.
Auli by Train
Dehradun railway Junction is the nearest connection by rail for Auli. Well connected to major Indian cities and towns, trains to Dehradun play regularly on the route. From the train station avail taxis or bus services to cover the almost 160 km to get to Auli. Superfast train from Delhi take the shortest time for journey to the hill town.
Auli by Road
Located in the lap of the hill of Uttarakhand, Auli shares well-metaled road with neighboring states and towns. There are frequent options of buses traveling from Ukhimath, Joshimath, Rishikesh and Dehradun. Even it’s not very taxing to plan Auli trip from Delhi a there are service of Volvo buses, taxis and even privately-owned vehicle can drive up to the hill station.
By Cable Car Joshimath to Auli
The exciting way to pay a visit to get to the beautiful hill town is the Joshimath to Auli Ropeway. Name among the the highest ropeways of India, the ride makes it possible to cover the difficult track distance of 4.15 kms in 22 minutes.
The base of the ropeway is in the town of Joshimath at an altitude of 6254 ft. where there are more options of hotels and tourist services. There are two cable cars and 10 towers, ending at the height of Auli is at 9896 ft. The cable car ride take visitors through mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks - Nanda Devi, Mana Parbat, Dungagri, and more.