Skiing In India

1) Skiing in Gulmarg

A wonderful combination of amazing powder skiing and the incredible culture of Kashmir – one of the world’s sorted adventure skiing experiences!Gulmarg is a small isolated hill-village situated in the north of Indian, state of Jammu and Kashmir at the Himalayas in a subsidiary range called the Pir Panjals. It is 35 miles from Srinagar.


Gulmarg gets some of the heaviest snowfalls in the Himalayas and it has earned the distinction of being the best ski avenues in the Himalayas.

2) Pahalgam :-

Aru, the most picturesque town and attractive destination, as it catches attention of adventure lovers. Heavy snowfall in winder makes it a perfect skiing spot, but it attracts loads of trekkers & mountaniers.


3) Solang Valley:-

Solang is an incredible valley with enchanting scenes of snow capped mountains, thick conifer forest, lush green meadows and a meandering river. It is host of adventure activities and one can indulge in not only sports like skiing, snow boarding but also paragliding hiking, camping, traversing, snow mobilingquad riding, horse riding, , zorbing, mountain biking, and many more.


4) Munsiyari Skiing , Uttranchal:-

Sulphur springs and waterfalls leaping up your soul, cool breeze at high altitude filling your nerves with peace and tranquility and the breathtaking view of snow capped Himalayan peaks like Panchchuli, Rajramba and Trishul tightens your bondage with Munsiyari. Providing enough spaces


5) Skiing In Kufri:-

The ski resort which is perhaps the most easily accessible for anyone in northern India is Kufri. Just about 10 km from Shimla, Kufri’s a quiet little town which becomes a busy winter wonderland once the snow starts falling. British officers in the Indian Army discovered this beautiful little place way back in the 1930s, and a serendipitous discovery it was- for Kufri, within a few years, became one of the hottest winter resorts in Himachal.

6) Narkanda, Himachal Pradesh:-

Surrounded by forests and woodlands, Narkanda is a quaint little town in Shimla district which is popular for skiing in winters.

Situated at a height of 9000 feet, this town attracts tourists for its ethereal natural beauty and its beautiful apple orchards. Surrounded by tropical forests and majestic hills, this is one place that tourists to Himachal Pradesh should not miss.

7) Mundali Skiing

snow providing spectacular view from Mundali are the special attractions. The ski slopes and excellent powdery snow make Mundali a paradise for skiers.

Mundali does not just let the professional skiers ski in its slopes skiers but also provides splendid view of snow capped Himalayan panorama. More, there is a school for beginner to intermediate to advanced level skiers to learn skiing.


8)Auli, Uttranchal

Auli Located at an altitude of 2500 – 3050 mts above sea level, offering a panoramic view of Mt.Nanda DeviKamet, Mana Parwat, Dunagiri, Beethartoli, Nilkanth, Hathi Parbat, Ghori Parbat and Nar Parbat,is an ideal place for Skiing, covered with evergreen conifers and oak forest. The potential of snow dressed slopes of Auli, once the training grounds for the Paramilitary forces was adjudged by the French and Austrian experts who compared it with the best skiing grounds of the world, and rated it as one of the best.

9)Dayara Bugyal, Uttarakhand

This place is the best in natural beauty. Bugyal in the local language means “high altitude grazing land”. Dayara Bugyal is situated at an altitude of 3,048m; this enormous field is the best in natural beauty. During winter, it provides excellent ski slopes over an area of 28 sq km. The panoramic view of the Himalayas from here is breathtaking. There is a small lake in the area, and to camp out by its side is an unforgettable event.

10) Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Manali, famous for the lavish display of natural scenery, is situated at the northern end of Kullu Valley by the Beas river. Perched at an altitude of 2050 meters above sea level, this beautiful hill station is an ideal spot for adventure sport lovers. It offers skiing / snow boarding opportunities not only for professionals but also for beginners. Manali is surrounded by beautiful deodar cedar forests and huge peaks soaring to more than six thousand metres.