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                   Many pilgrims take a vow to go on foot from Alipiri to Tirumala through foot path. There are two footways. One is Alipiri footway, the other one is Srivari mettu footway.


                 Alipiri footway is the most used footway .It is of 9  km in length with well laid steps and shelters. There are 3350 steps. It takes approximately 3 - 4 hrs to climb. Pilgrims can keep their luggage at Alipiri luggage center and can proceed to Tirumala. TTD runs two free buses from the Tirupati Railway station to Alipiri, with a frequency of 30 minutes. Pilgrims who intend to walk up the hills to Tirumala can use these buses. Apart from buses there are many auto rickshaws to Alipiri from Bus stand, Railway station.


From Railway station: Rs 90/-
From Bus station: Rs 90/-

            In the way to Tirumala there is a place called Gaali Gopuram where Divya Darshanam tokens are issued for pedestrians. Pilgrims suffering from chronic illness like BP, Heart and Lung diseases are advised not to climb up the hills on foot. Drinking water and toilets are available all along the foot path. Pilgrims are advised to go in groups and avoid going on foot between 10.00 PM and 4.00 AM.

             The Srivari mettu Foot way is 6 kms in length and is at a village called Srinivasa mangapuram , which is at a distance of 15 kms from Tirupati. It is mostly used by local people and traders. It is a bit tough route. Apsrtc runs buses to this place from Tirupati central bus station  at a frequency of 10 mins. Fare: Adult :  Rs7 ;Child :Rs  4.
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