Parvati Valley runs along the touristy destinations of the state. The stunning valley is famous for the backpacker hangouts, and adventure activities. Parvati Valley is a breath-taking place. Every 100 steps you take makes you appreciate mother nature and you forget all your stress looking at the majestic mountains. Parvati Valley is the most important remnant of the Hippie trail in India.
Parvati Valley Weather or Climate
Parvati Valley enjoys a mild climate in the summers, making it a perfect spot for getting out into the wild and enjoying the hills. And, the winter season is a beautiful carpet of snow, waiting for you to explore as well. Major seasons of the region include –
Beginning from April end/May till the onset of Monsoon in July, Parvati Valley is at its lushest and the most beckoning. The aura is palpable, and the region is brimming with excitement. Tourists and travelers alike flock to the place to enjoy some peace and tranquillity.
In the summer months, the temperature in the lower Parvati region hovers around 25 °C (max) and 10 °C (min), while the upper trenches are cooler at about 20 °C. This time is a suitable time to head to the valley as a first timer as there would be a lot of commotion to enjoy!
October to February is marked by the onset of cold and subsequent beauty of Parvati being engulfed in snow. The winds are heavy, the snowfall is frequent and often inhospitable, and the dry cold makes it difficult to venture out. However, for those that are seeking adventure and unmatchable solace, it is a great (albeit difficult) journey to embark.
Parvati Valley temperature often falls into the negative, especially in the upper region of the Parvati Valley, while the lower valley experiences a max of 0-7 °C. January is the coldest month of the year. I have friends who wanted to celebrate New Year in the region and reached on the eve, only to return the first thing in the morning – because the cold was that harsh.