The Kangra district experiences a diverse season having a distinctive feature that categorizes it.
With the onset of summer in March, temperature ranges from 22 to 38-degree Celsius and Kangra experiences a rush of tourists during this season who prefer to undertake various adventurous activities. Even though summers are at its peak in Kangra in May, the weather is still pleasant. It is the time when plenty of the hidden culture unveils itself.The famous Bathu ki ladi that gets drowned in the reservoir of the dam comes out during the onset of summers when the water level recedes and at that time it is even accessible by road.
The district starts getting the glimpse of winters from October. The temperature in winters can fall as low as 4 degrees Celcius with freezing weather. In some parts of the Kangra valley, you can witness snowfall in January and February. November is the onset of full-fledged tourist season . By the end of February, there’s a rise in temperature. However, due to freezing nights, wearing heavy woollens is must during this month. This period is an ideal month for travelling as the major attraction of this place – the migratory birds that start flocking the marshy lands of the reservoir.They start arriving in lakhs and can be easily spotted along with other local species around the lake.This season is apt for bird watchers.
This place experiences heavy monsoon showers from July to September. By the end of August, the rains slowly subside leaving the landscape greener and ideal for sightseeing.Rain lovers throng the region during these months as the valley is at its best during this time. The place receives moderate rainfall by September. The weather alters with cold days and equally colder nights.