Dhanaulti Located at an altitude of 2286 meters above sea level and nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas, Dhanaulti is a popular hill station in the state of Uttaranchal. Due to its height and close proximity with the Himalayas, the weather in Dhanaulti is temperate and is comfortable throughout the year, although during winter the temperatures do fall substantially.
The summer season in Dhanaulti starts around mid-April and continues till mid of July. Summer here is comfortable and the temperature during this time ranges between 8? Celsius and 31? Celsius. Even though the temperature is comfortable, it does get a little chilly in the evenings and tourists should carry light woollens to enjoy the cool evening in this hill station. During the day however it remains quite sunny and warm.
Monsoon in Dhanaulti arrives in July and continues till around August. During this season the place receives heavy rainfall and the temperature begins to fall. The weather during this time remains quite misty and the place looks green due to the lust forests. However, this is not the best time to visit here as the rain often leads to landslide in the area.
Winter in Dhanaulti is quite severe. During this time the temperature goes as low as 0? Celsius. The winter temperature in Dhanaulti ranges between 1? Celsius and 7? Celsius. Snowfall is common during January and February. The place looks beautiful with a blanket of snow and many tourists visit here during this time to experience the snow.
The best time to visit the place is almost throughout the year expect for the monsoons. Tourists can visit during summer to enjoy the pleasant weather and escape the summer in the plains. On the other hand, the winter too is a popular time for tourists who look to enjoy the winter chill and experience the snow fall.
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