First of all, Dharamshala is an attractive, 14oo to 1700 high altitude hill station in Himachal Pradesh. It lies on a spur of the beautiful snowy Dhauladhar mountain range of Himalayas. Above all, the scenery of Dharamshala is peculiarly grand. It is well wooded with oak, pine, deodar, and other forest trees. Even more, right below in perfect contrast, is the green luxuriant Kangra valley a picture 0f rural quiet. That Dharamshala town was accorded the status of a smart city before Shimla merits attention.
For one thing, manifold attractions of Dharamshala make it an ideal hill station to visit all through the year. Yet! summer months and spring season remain the best choice.
Especially, during summer the flowering on the trees, shrubs, and plants is at its prime. Notably, weather is fine with temperature normally ranging below 30-degree Celcius is the best time to visit Dharamshala. In particular occasional showers and the cool breeze are pleasant. Similarly, the view of Dhauladhar mountain range carpeted with snow is nostalgic. Notably, the steep rise of Dharamshala from the lush green Kangra valley beneath presents a beautiful contrast. No doubt, experts acknowledge it to be the best gift of nature worldwide. Indeed, nowhere else a vast valley merges into a mountain with such steepness. Also, paddy fields in summer and wheat shoot in spring amidst evergreen groves give Kangra valley a unique touch.
Incidentally, annual rainfall at Dharamshala is quite heavy only next to Cherrapunji. Also, the atmosphere is somewhat damp during the 2 to 3 months of the rainy season.
Moreover, Triund, Dharamkot, and Naddi in upper Dharamshala experience moderate to heavy snowfall during winters. Mcleodganj too has its moderate share of snowfall during that period. Thus, those looking forward to visiting Dharamshala during these periods need to plan their tour and clothing requirements accordingly.
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