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Address : Cliff top Club Resort Auli Uttarakhand.
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Nainital Resorts.
Is an adventure and luxurious Skiing Resort, located in the Himalayan Kingdom of Garhwal, Uttaranchal. It's a unique resort of its own kind at an altitude of more than 10,000 ft and is the second highest resort in the world and is the only Skiing resort in Asia which is located on the Ski slope/track.
Tariff per night (Valid till 31st March'13)

Room Type EP
Luxury studio Rs.8250/-
Luxury suite Rs.12650/-
Extra bed


Note :
Taxes 5.15% Extra.

EP: Room Only.

Packages on MAP :
Room Type 2 Nights 3 Days 3 Nights 4 Days
Luxury Suite Rs.18150/- Rs.24750/-
Extra Adult

Rs.2090/- per night

Extra Child

Rs.1100/- per night

Note :
Taxes 5.15% Extra.

Package includes:-

     Accommodation  on double occupancy for 2 persons .
     non alcoholic welcome drink on arrival .
     Bed Tea, Breakfast, Dinner.
     check in 12 noon .
     check out 10 am.
     Gmeal plan starts from lunch at check in and ends with breakfast on check out day.
     FAll other facilities will be charged at extras apart from those mentioned in Inclusions. .

In winters it is paradise for skiing and sledding and people who wish to venture out in snow and enjoy snow sports when there is a guaranteed snow .

In summers Hikers/ Trekkers will find numerous marked walks and there are also mountain bike trails. at the backdrope of the resort lies the famous high altitude Gorson Reserve forest (part of Nanda Devi National Park ) richly habituated by rare Himalayan wildlife including snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Wild Boar, Wild Cat, Wild Rabbit, Jackal, Fox, Hyena and Beer. There are various scenic locations around .

The climate in summers is extremely pleasant and air from the deodar and oak trees contribute to natural health spa strongly recommended by Physicians/ Naturopaths/ Therapists.

How to reach AULI :
By Road : The best option is to travel from Delhi by road. Delhi to Haridwar is 229 kms. on National Highway no. NH-47. The climb from Haridwar to Joshimath is 257 kms. and takes about 13 to 15 hours. The ascent to Joshimath winds through Rishikesh, Srinagar, Karnaprayag, and Chamoli. Joshimath to Clifftop Club Resort is 17 km by road or 4 km and 15 minutes by cable car. We suggest a stay at Rishikesh/Rudraprayag to break the journey if required.

By Train : Nearest Railway Station is Rishikesh / Haridwar which is connected from Delhi by Shatabdi Exp., from Bombay by Bandra-Dehradun Exp. and from Calcutta by Howrah-Doon Exp. and from Lucknow by Gorakhanath/Doon Exp. Rishikesh to Joshimath by road. Road from Joshimath to Badrinath opens Mid May-mid November subjected to normal snowfall

By Air : Nearest Airport is Jolly Grant near Dehradun (280 Km). Indian Airlines fly thrice from Delhi and Jagson/Archna Airways also regulates their flights. Very soon a new airport at Gauchar (92 Km.) will be operational within a year.

Ski Slopes: Four World Class Ski Slopes.
Details Of Slopes 1. 10 No. Slope (White): For Skiers
2. 8 No. Track (Blue ) : For Skiers
3. Temple Track (Red ) : For eginers
4. Composite Slope (Blue): For Skiers
Length of Ski Slopes: 1-10 No. of Slope - 900 Meters.
2-8 No Slope - 800 Meters.
3-Temple Slope - 400 Meters.
4-Composite Slope - 3.1 KM.
Ski Lifts:
Nos. of Ski Lift: 2 (Two) - International Standard.
1. Standing Lift.
2. Sitting Lift
Fare of Ski Lift : Rs. 30/- Per Trip For pole Lift (Standing )
Rs 200/- Per Trip for Chair Lift (Sitting )
Note: :POLE Lift ( Standing ) from Temple Track to Tower No. 10.
:Chair Lift (Sitting) from Auli to CLIFFTOP CLUB.
Cable Car : Rs. 400/- Per Pax for To & Fro.
At a time 25 Pax can be accommodated.
It starts from Joshimath to Tower No.10 (Entrance to Gorson Reserve ).
- It takes 22 Minutes to Gorson and 15 mins to Clifftop Club.
Special Attraction: 10 Km Long Cross Country Alpine Skiing by Indian Army
Note : Auli is being promoted as an International Destination for SKIING. It has an International standard of GOOD SKI TRACKS & SKI Lifts. Depth of snow - 8 ft to 12 ft (Subject to weather conditions).

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EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF SKIING Auli is nestled in the lap of the snow-capped peaks of Garhwal Himalayas in the Chamoli District of western Uttar Pradesh, near the world famous religious shrine of Badrinath. At an altitude of 2,500-3,050 meters above sea level, Auli's well-dressed slopes are flanked by coniferous and oak forests and offer a panoramic view of Mt. Nanda Devi, Mana Parbat, Dunagriri, Beethartoli, Nilkanth, Hathi Parbat And Ghori Parbat.

The rugged and snowy terrain of Auli is so challenging that it used to be a training ground for India's para-military forces in the 1970's.
Realising the potential of Auli as a ski-resort, the Government of U.P. had it surveyed by French and Australian experts, who favourably compared the slopes of Auli to the best in the world. Auli is today a promising ski-spot and an ideal winter resort.

THE PERFECT VENUE FOR WINTER GAMES Apart from skiing festivals that are held here since 1986, national championships under the aegis of Winter Games Federation of India have been held at Auli, with technical and other backup assistance provided by various governments and adventure-related agencies. Auli has now become a leading tourist spot and while its slopes beckon daring and gallant skiing enthusiasts, its pristine natural beauty and the alpine atmosphere lure many a tourist. Auli has something or the other to offer to all, whether it is to seek a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city life, or for conquering the challenging heights of the glorious peaks. People come here simply to savor the tranquil nature in its most pristine self or just to throw snowballs at each other.


Hemkund Saheb Considered to be one of the most sacred Sikh pilgrimage centre, Hemkund Saheb also makes an ideal trekking spot. more...

Valley of Flowers If one is fond of flowers then is a must visit place for him. Witness the endless galore of multihued blooms and you'll just wish to stay in this oblivion flowery world forever.

More about Valley of Flower: Way back in 1931, English mountaineer Frank Smythe, on his way back from an expedition to Mt Kamet, literally stumbled across the paradisal Bhyundar Valley, an 8-km long glacial corridor in Chamoli Garhwal. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and carpeted with flowers- some 500 species, including the elusive brahmakamal, the cobra lily, the Himalayan edelweiss and the ethereal Himalayan blue poppy- the Valley forms one of India's most unusual protected areas. Declared a National Park in 1982, the Valley of Flowers stretches over an expanse of 87.50 sq km- an area which has steadily gained in popularity, not just among nature lovers, but also among eager-beaver trekkers over the past few years.

This part of Uttaranchal, in the upper reaches of Garhwal, is inaccessible through much of the year. But when the snows melt and the monsoon arrives, the earth comes to life- all along the Bhyundar Ganga river. For miles on end, flowers- orchids, poppies, primulas, calendulas, daisies and anemones among them- in every conceivable colour, carpet the ground. Alpine forests of birch and rhododendron cover a part of the area, and are home to tahr, snow leopard, musk deer, red fox, common langur, bharal, serow, and Himalayan black bear. They're elusive, though, and a trek through the Valley may not result in actually seeing much wildlife other than the myriad butterflies which flutter over the blossoms. The local villagers say that the Valley of Flowers is inhabited by fairies who carry off anyone who ventures too far into their domain; and that there bloom, in the valley, flowers with a fragrance so potent that it can make you faint. Another story would have you believe that this valley- known in Hindu mythology as `Nandankanan'- was created when the gods showered flowers down on earth. The last story's actually very believable. See for yourself.

Entry Requirements for Valley of flowers All visitors to the Valley of Flowers need to obtain an entry permit from the Forest Checkpost at the entrance to the park, beyond Ghangaria. The fee is a nominal one- at least for Indians, who pay significantly less than foreigners. The permit is valid for three days, and additional charges are levied for still cameras; video cameras are allowed only if you're carrying a special permit from the Chief Wildlife Warden in Lucknow. Visitors are allowed into the park only during the daytime.

Access to Auli Getting to the Valley of flowers isn't exactly a cakewalk: getting here requires a trek of about 17 km. The nearest major town is Joshimath and Auli in Garhwal, which has convenient road connections from railheads such as Hardwar and Dehradun, both about 270 km from Joshimath.

From Joshimath, a vehicle can be hired to take you to within 17 km of the park, to the settlement of Gobindghat. The route from Joshimath to the Valley of Flowers goes along the main road to Badrinath; roughly midway along this road, a minor road branches off to Gobindghat, the roadhead for the Valley. From Gobindghat, a trek of 14 km brings hikers to the tiny settlement of Ghangaria, beyond which the toll gate to the National Park is about 3 km. One can stay in the ski resorts ofAuli "Cliff Top Club"

Best time to visit The Valley of flowers is accessible only in the summer, between June and October. The rest of the year, heavy snows make passage impossible, and usually block off the trail leading up to the National Park. Although you can visit the park any time during the summer, it's best to go in August or September, when monsoon showers turn the valley into a mass of blooms.

Accommodation Visitors are not allowed to stay overnight at the Valley of flowers; in consequence, there are no facilities for accommodation within the park. Places nearby, however, have a fairly respectable range of accommodation facilities- none of them too luxurious, but usually adequate. There are state-run tourist rest houses at Joshimath and Ghangharia; both in addition, have several tourist lodges and rest houses. Accommodation tariffs along the way can range from anywhere between Rs 50 to 700.

One can stay in the ski resorts of Alui "Cliff Top Club" Further information on the Valley of Flowers National Park can be obtained from the many offices of the GMVN (Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam) in Uttaranchal, or from the Deputy Conservator of Forests, Nanda Devi National Park, Joshimath, Chamoli District, Garhwal, Uttaranchal.
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