Auli is the site of the Indian winter games. This skier’s paradise is a lively destination for the ski fanatic. GMVN offers fortnight extended skiing courses for amateurs. This consists of a seven day non certificate course and 14 days certificate skiing courses by skilled instructors from Skiing and Tourist Resorts, Auli and Indian Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering , Gulmarg. These courses are performed from the month of January to March. Unique provisions for day tourists are as well obtainable.
All the skiing equipments are accessible with GMVN on hire as well as the most modern alpine skis, Nordic skiis, gloves and goggles. Since the weather of Auli is truly ice-cold, tourists are recommended to carry woolen clothing, socks, wind proof jackets etc. Medical services, microwave telephones, wireless sets and walkie-talkies are in addition obtainable. An additional option for lodging is the Cliff Top Club Resort.
Skiing slopes in Auli are perfect to host skiing festivals and competitions of national and international standards. Winter games Federation of India organizes championships during February or March, which adjoins attraction to the experience of the adventure seekers. Aside from skiing, other attractions of Auli comprise cable car rides, rope lifts and magnificent views of peaks of Himalaya namely Nanda Devi (7817 m), Mana Parbat (7273 m), Drona Giri, Trishuli, Hathi Ghora and many more.
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