Bugyals are alpine pasture lands, or meadows, in better elevation range between three,300 meters and four,000 meters of the Himalayas within the Indian state of Uttarakhand, wherein they are called nature’s personal gardens. The topography of the terrain is both flat and sloped. The floor of those bugyals is covered with natural green grass and seasonal flora. They are utilized by tribal herdsmen to graze their livestock. During the winter season the alpine meadows remain snow-included. During summer season months, the Bugyals present a rebellion of beautiful flowers and grass.
As bugyals represent very fragile ecosystems, specific attention desires to accept for their conservation. Auli Bugyal in Chamoli district,a highland pasture in the Garhwal Himalayas called the "Heaven Terrace. It lies in an elevation range of two, 500–3,050 metres with ski slopes placed at an elevation of three,048 meters. On both facet of the bugyal there are coniferous, okay and deodar forests which restrict the wind pace to desirable 16 kilometres for snowboarding.