Best Season to Visit Yamunotri

May to October is Best Season to Visit Yamunotri

Peak Season in Yamunotri

May to June & September to October is Peak Season in Yamunotri

Yamunotri Weather

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Present Temperature in Yamunotri

Winter Season:

The winter months in Yamunotri slowly creep in by the beginning of October and go all the way up to March. The temperature in winter sinks down to -7░C and the town experiences heavy snowfall at this time. This season has a beautiful charm with misty days and cold nights. Due to heavy snowfall, the town is covered with a huge sheet of snow, due to these roads are closed for most of the season. During winter, theátemple remains closed. So tourists can enjoy mountaineering and trekking.

Summer Season:

April to July marks the summer season of Yamunotri. This is the peak tourism season and the best time to visit the town. The summer temperature in Yamunotri usually ranges from 6░C to 20░C. The pleasant climate here during these months is a tempting alternative to the plains of India. Towards the beginning of the summer season, Yamunotri temple door opensáon the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya, this falls on the last week of April or on the first week of May. At night the weather turns remarkably cold. It would be wise to book your hotel rooms and tickets early on as hotels here are almost always completely booked during the summer.

Monsoon Season:

July to September is monsoon season to visit Yamunotri. The climate remains wet throughout as the town receives around 1098mm average rainfall. Since Yamunotri has a hilly terrain, it is most susceptible to landslides and roadblocks, making it unsafe for tourists. For the offbeat traveler, the town has lush greenery, fewer crowds, and discounted rates too. For those seeking to travel on a smaller budget, this is the right time to get heavy discounts on hotels and to experience the food, culture, and history of the place. Olgia festival is celebrated during August in Yamunotri.