April through the first half of June are the best months to visit Char Dham. This season spans the early and middle summers when the weather in Char Dham is suitable for travel. It is advised to avoid visiting Char Dham from June to September since the terrain is dangerous and prone to landslides.
Typically, winters extend from November through March. The Darshan is halted due to the shallow temperatures and heavy snowfall. Following the Hindu holiday of Akshaya Tritiya, the Char Dham sanctuaries are immediately opened in the spring. Extremely unpredictable and ever-changing is the Himalayan climate. It is appropriate to wisely research the best spell to cast to make the challenging journey to Char Dham. Visitors who want a safer journey might instead hire a helicopter service.
After a rigorous winter, summer in the foothills is beautiful, with the gorges in bloom and a wide variety of vegetation. Kedarnath and Badrinath temple visits are ideal during this time of year. Since Gangotri and Yamunotri are higher up, summer starts at the end of April. Even in the summer, it makes sense to be well dressed because temperatures decrease after nightfall. The average temperature ranges from 20 to 35 °C.
Rainfall begins in Char Dham towards the end of June and lasts through September. Landslides and floods are frequent after heavy rains because of overflowing rivers. Travel is thus not advised during these months. It is better to go again from mid-September to mid-November. After an excessively wet season and just before the harsh winter descends, the valleys are rich with vegetation. The average temperature ranges from 10 to 20 °C.
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