Best Time to Visit Chamoli

Uttarakhand is heaven all year round but still there are some months that can be preferred when visiting Chamoli. Chamoli is beautiful whatever month you visit but the best time to visit Chamoli is from October to March.

Chamoli in Summer

Summers in Chamoli are moderately hot and usually last from April to July. In the last months, temperatures range from 15 ° C to 30 ° C, with a soothing cool break that elevates the mood at night.

Chamoli in Monsoon

In the months of August and September, Chamoli received mild rainfall. The rain brings to the place freshness and greenery. June is still a warm month, with an average temperature varying from 17.4 ° C to 28.3 ° C during the first months of monsoon in Chamoli Gopeshwar.

Chamoli in Winter

Since the Temple of Badrinath is closed for six months from November onwards, the rates for hotels and airfares are falling for pilgrims offseason. The temperature will often drop below 0 ° C and on average stays between 5 ° C and 15 ° C for a holiday during the winter.

Chamoli City Overview

Located in: Garhwal

Nearest Railway Station: Rishikesh

Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport

Best Month to Visit: October to March

Avg. Annual Temperature: 22 °C

Famous for: Tourists Destinations like Auli, Valley of Flowers, Tungnath, Chopta, Hemkund Sahib, Etc. Temples, Scenic Views and Glaciers

Chamoli Tourist Guide
Festivals in Chamoli

Places to Visit in Chamoli

Chamoli has many attractions in the city, along with a variety of refreshing activities, such as exploring its scenic beauty, which attracts many nature and wildlife lovers. Chamoli also provides plenty of enjoyable activities for explorers, such as white river rafting on the Alaknanda River and skiing in the Snowcovered Hills of Auli in the District of Chamoli. Check out below places in Chamoli best of tourists interest.

Auli

Auli

Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers

Badrinath

Badrinath

Vasundhara Waterfalls

Vasundhara Waterfalls

Gopinath Temple

Gopinath Temple

Nandaprayag

Nandaprayag

Brahmatal Trek

Brahmatal Trek

Rudranath

Rudranath

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