Best Time to Visit

Best time to Visit Auli

If you don’t mind me asking when was the last time you visited a new place or took a break from your hectic schedule? If it’s been a while, it’s high time you should give your body and soul that ‘mandatory break’ and take yourself to a place that is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty.

Where’s such a place? Well, it’s there only in the Himalayan Mountains of Uttarakhand.

I am talking about Auli that is surely an ethereal place to visit for anyone who is looking for an escapade. Also, this charming hill station is one of those places that one should visit at least once in a lifetime. So I will tell you what is the best time to visit Auli.

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Now, you might be wondering if it is such a great place then also do tell us which is the right season to be there.

Best Time to Visit Auli

Well, if it is about the winters you don’t have to think twice or ask anyone about the ideal time to be the guest of Auli. Just be there. But that doesn’t mean the remaining seasons are not worth it. To know more about what other seasons have to offer you and why you should be there. Have a look.

But that doesn’t mean the remaining seasons are not worth it. To know more about what other seasons have to offer you and why you should be there. Have a look.

Auli in summer (April-June)

Enjoy the most refreshing climate you would have ever come across at any other place.

Auli in summers is one of the best times to pay a visit to when the temperature generally remains up to 20ᵒ and this amazing weather allows you to go for trekking or maybe just for sightseeing.

You can plan to visit the place anytime between April to June and if you actually plan a trip, do not miss visiting Nandprayag, Nanda Devi National Park, Kwani Bugyal, and Valley of flowers to name a few.

The best part about visiting the place during this season is that you can click some insta-worthy pictures of vibrant-colored greenery, cool breeze, and most importantly the overall beauty of this picture-perfect destination is completely able to leave you spellbound. Forget about the torture of sun and take out a few days to be in this revitalizing environment.

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Auli in monsoon (July- September)

Monsoon is certainly one of my favorite seasons and you won’t believe what effect this place can bring on you during this time.

Since Auli receives moderate rainfall during the time of July-September, this makes visiting the place one of the perfect choices.

The temperature keeps dancing between 10ᵒ-20ᵒ C that surely makes the place look so wonderful that you don’t want to leave it soon.

Go on a long walk across the hill station with your friends or loved ones and experience the magic that it creates. But remember to be careful because the roads might get slippery due to the rainfall.

Also, how about having a ride on the ropeway? Auli allows you to go to Joshimath on a ropeway, which can be an incredible way to explore the place because the rains have already made the place look even fresh and greener.

Auli in winter (October- February)

Winter is that time of the year when you can see a huge crowd moving towards Auli and the main reason for the same is the outstanding skiing opportunities that can only be enjoyed during this season.

You need to plan a trip during December- February because only this period of time can allow you to enjoy the most unforgettable experience of your life. One should not miss witnessing the mesmerizing vistas of the surrounding peaks as well and this includes Duna Giri, Nanda Devi, and Kamet.

Also, the cool breeze adds to its beauty by creating a perfect atmosphere all around and lets you enjoy the utter beauty of the place.

The temperature generally remains 5ᵒ to -1ᵒC that might be a bit challenging weather to cope up with yet makes the place an ideal option for all the nature buffs out there, honeymooners, and the trekking groups. 

8 Replies to Best time to Visit Auli

  1. Is February is the best time to visit Auli, if I intend to travel with 5–6 people, probably by car, in terms of point of origin, and what are other important details we should know?

    1. Auli is really far from Delhi, so yeah it is long but a beautiful drive, It will be pretty cold in february so don’t forget to take some extra warm clothes

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