Dharamshala is nestled in the lap of the Western Himalayas and a little Lhasa in Himachal Pradesh. This place is known for its fresh scenic beauty and calmness. The location is surrounded by high pine trees, timber, and tea gardens. The area's background is equally mesmerizing by the snow-capped peaks of Dhauladhar's reign. People plan a tour to Dharamshala to see snowfall in Dharamshala, which is very exciting. One can even feel the difference that the town offers during winters. There are two sections in Dharamshala, upper and lower, with a difference of almost a thousand meters in height.

Tour Travel World here brings the guide to explore destinations you can visit during snowfall in Dharamshala.
To view all these places without any hassle or difficulties, book your, Dharamshala tour package now.

Does it snow in Dharamshala During winter?

The winter in Dharamshala starts in October. Till March-end, the most chilling continues, and any traveler may encounter snowfall from late December to February. The place gets decent snowfall, and nearby mountain ranges get entirely covered in white snow blankets. In winters, the temperature can get as low as – 1-degree celsius. The average temperature in winter will be around 12 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature you can expect during winter will be 18 degrees.

Tourist Destinations During Snowfall In Dharamshala

Have a look at some breathtaking attractions that you can visit when exploring the hill station of Dharamshala during the winters!

1. Laka Glacier
This is a startling trek in winter with exquisite views amidst snow-covered mountains and natural water bodies. If you love snow and trekking, this is one of the best treks in Dharamshala. White mountain peaks around the trek will make your journey surreal.

2. Namgyal Monastery
This monastery is a crucial spiritual center for Tibetans and Buddhists. The monastery has monumental typical Tibetan architecture and will take you to the realms of tranquillity and serenity. Surrounded by lush green cedar trees, it is situated in a wonderful setting on the top of the hill.

3. Triund Trek
This is a mind-blowing snow-covered trek situated in Kangra Valley. The trek gets covered in the snow completely during the peak winters, and the views from the trek are ravishing. Winters is one of the best times to go for such a trekking adventure, as the trek's natural beauty is unsurpassed during wintertime.

4. Bhagsunag Falls
Bhagsunag falls near Mcleodganj, an ambrosial entrancing attraction of Dharamshala. The beauty of the falls gets enhanced multi-folds in the winter months with a lot of mist. There is also a significant spiritual attraction near the fall – Bhagsunath Temple – a lovely place to visit and experience. The nearby area of this temple is full of charming cafes and eateries. Refresh yourself with some delectable food and coffee here.

5. Indrahar Pass
This is a holy mind-numbing attraction situated near Dharamshala. This mountain pass is covered with snow during winters. This pass in the majestic Dhauladhar range is at the border of Kangra district with that of Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Although it is not a challenging trek walking over snow blankets, can get challenging for newbie trekkers during Dharamshala snowfall time

6. St. John Church
A historic heritage church is standing tall amidst the wilderness. This monumental neo-gothic church is a sign of its glorious past. This church is a must-visit being one of the most seraphic monuments in Dharamshala. The ambrosial surroundings of the church get further enhanced and blissful during the peak of winter.

7. Naddi View Point
This is an amazingly scenic little village in the lap of angelic mountain ranges. Naddi village has become famous for its enthralling stunning natural beauty and a lush green valley covered with snow in winters. The highest point in the village is the Naddi viewpoint. There is an awe-inspiring trek to climb up to the view.

How can a travel agent help To Reach Dharamshala?

The travel agent in Dharamshala can help you book your tour package through any of the following ways.

By road: Anyone from New Delhi can reach well to Dharamshala by road via Chandigarh. The total journey from New Delhi is approx.. 520 km from New Delhi. There are plenty of state buses and private Volvos that one can hire to travel to this scenic mountain place.

By train: Nearest central railway station to Dharamshala is at Pathankot and is around 85 KM. Hire taxis or a bus from the railway station to reach Dharamshala.

By air: Gaggal Airport at Kangra is the domestic airport connecting Dharamshala to other countries' major cities. This airport at Kangra is only 13 km away, and it takes about 30 minutes to reach Dharamshala from the airport.

Author's Bio: 

Aditya is an avid traveler who shares his traveling experience.