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Difficult Treks in Auli

Auli Difficult Treks Packages

Duration Price
Kuari Pass Trek for 6 days6 days & 5 nights
INR 7,990
Valley Of Flowers Trekking Package in Uttaranchal6 days & 5 nights
INR 8,990

Valley of Flowers Trek, Kwani Bugyal Trek, Tali Lake Trek, Joshimath Trek, and more.

Get ready for an adventure amidst stunning landscapes by opting for the top difficult treks in Auli. From the breathtaking Valley of Flowers Trek to the mesmerizing Kwani Bugyal Trek, these routes offer a mix of challenge and natural beauty.

Choose one of the most popular difficult trek tours in Auli, The Valley of Flowers Trek, situated in the West Himalayan region. It welcomes you with its diverse flora and rare blue Primulas at an elevation of 3,600 meters. As you trek through dense forests, meadows, and rhododendron groves, immerse yourself in the panoramic views of Nanda Devi and Dron Parvat peaks.

You can also go for one of the other most difficult Auli treks, Kwani Bugyal, a favorite camping destination for trekkers. Get a serene experience amidst lush greenery and catch mesmerizing views of snow-capped mountains. 

The Tali Lake Trek takes you through scenic landscapes, quaint villages, and alpine meadows, showcasing Uttarakhand's natural splendor with panoramic vistas of the towering Himalayas. Alternatively, embark on the challenging Joshimath Trek, where you will ascend progressively through deep forests of rhododendron, oak, and pine trees, offering striking views of snow-capped summits of renowned Himalayan giants.

Here are some difficult treks in Auli

Valley of Flowers Trek:

Explore the enchanting Valley of Flowers, counted among the most difficult treks in Auli located amidst the towering Himalayas. Stand at the entry of the Valley and be mesmerized by the colorful carpet of flowers ahead. Prepare for an unforgettable journey through the Valley's diverse flora, including rare blue Primulas, and other stunning wildflowers. At an altitude of 14,100 feet above sea level, this UNESCO World Heritage Site also provides a glimpse of rare Himalayan animals, such as blue sheep and black bears, amidst breathtaking mountain views and cascading waterfalls. 

Kwani Bugyal Trek:

Set out on an adventure at Kwani Bugyal situated 12 km from Gurso Bugyal, and a trekkers' paradise. Considered one of the most difficult Auli treks, it offers mesmerizing views of snow-capped mountains like Nanda Devi. You have to scale an elevation of 3,350 meters above sea level across a 13-kilometer trek from Auli to Kwani Bugyal to enjoy the panoramic scenery, fresh air, and plenty of adventure. You can hire porters, guides, camping equipment, and cook from the Joshimath base camp on your way.

Tali Lake Trek:

Embark on the captivating Tali Taal Trek and immerse yourself in Uttarakhand's natural beauty. Starting from Joshimath, the hike leads you through lush forests of rhododendrons, oak, and pine trees, offering breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks like Nanda Devi. Travel through scenic meadows adorned with vibrant wildflowers, enhancing the trek's charm. You can enjoy one of the most difficult treks in Auli in groups with experienced guides, for a more fulfilling experience. 

Joshimath Trek:

Explore the Stunning city of Joshimath, a holy place of great significance in Hinduism by opting for one of the most difficult treks in Auli. Serving as the gateway to Badrinath Temple and Auli ski resort, it holds a special place in the hearts of pilgrims and adventurers alike. Discover its rich history, from being founded by Adi Shankaracharya to its association with the Katyuri dynasty. Visit attractions like Nanda Devi National Park, Sri Shankaracharya Math, Narasimha Temple, and more. 

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Auli Difficult Treks FAQs

What is the best time for trekking in Auli?

Summer, from March to June, is perfect for trekking in Auli, with temperatures ranging from 2 to 20 degrees Celsius. Explore Gurso Bugyal for Himalayan views, Chattrakund Lake for scenic beauty, and Nanda Devi National Park for diverse flora and fauna. Camping under the stars adds to the adventure.

How much weight will I have to carry for difficult treks in Auli?

For difficult treks in Auli, target a backpack weight of 5 to 7 kilograms. Pack water, snacks, a first aid kit, extra clothes, sunscreen, and a camera. Prioritize essentials to keep your pack light, leaving non-essentials behind for a smoother trek.

What type of shoes are required for Difficult trekking in Auli?

For a difficult trek in Auli, opt for durable hiking boots with ankle support. Select footwear with excellent traction and protection suitable for rugged, uneven paths. Waterproofing is essential for wet conditions. Confirm they offer comfort and stability for extended walks in diverse terrain and weather.

Auli Difficult Treks Reviews

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Mrini Mrini
Reviewed: 06 Sep 2018
5.0/5
All the arrangements, food, logistics, and support was superb. Both our trek guides especially Mr. Narendra supported and took very good care, continuously motivating and helping throughout the journey. This trek requires good fitness and endurance, it would have been good if we were given a heads... Read More
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Venish Patidar
Reviewed: 31 Jan 2023
5.0/5
Enjoyed a lot. 
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Nasheena Yadav
Reviewed: 20 Sep 2018
5.0/5
Thrillophilia Team(The Booking Platform) : *****(5 Stars) The Valley Of Flowers(The Destination) : *****(5 Stars) Trip date: 8th Sep 2018 So I decided to heed "The Mountain Calling" I have had from last year by gifting myself a trek on my birthday. The main obstacle at that moment was where a... Read More
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P PRADEEP
Reviewed: 04 Sep 2019
5.0/5
Thank you Thrillophilia for planning such an amazing trek. I loved the arrangements made by your team right from receiving us at Haridwar Railway station to dropping us back at the same point after 6 days of unlimited fun, adventure and memories to cherish a lifetime. Our trek guides were very profe... Read More
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Suhas Rao
Reviewed: 07 Aug 2019
5.0/5
"Beautiful place, amazing company and excellent hosting ;perfect blend for a satisfying holiday. A special mention and thumbs up for MR.BHUVAN and MR. SHAMSHER the trek guide who motivated and took care of us"
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Jyothi Gudavalli
Reviewed: 30 Jul 2019
5.0/5
Overall it was a very good experience. Especially I would recommend the guides Sanju and Jaychand very much. Value for money and you are completely in the nature for all the five days.

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