I want snow on my trek.

Seeing snow on a trek is all about timing. If you are looking for snow on your trek, you will have to trek in the right season and on the right trek.

The snow depends on the altitude you are reaching and the region in which you are trekking.

Trek in month of December, January, February and March.  You are bound to find snow in all the treks that you do. ( Anything above 10,000 feet )

Trek in the month of April, May, June to find snow at slightly higher altitudes ( above 14,000 feet)

It is very hard to find snow, post June in the monsoon season. You can expect rain during these months, but not snow.

If you are a first time trekker and want to see snow, then trek in winter on a lower altitude trek.

We would highly recommend reading this article for in-depth details about when and where to find snow on treks – https://www.indiahikes.com/will-find-snow-himalayan-treks-india/


Difficulty Level Trek Name Best time to trek in snow
Easy-Moderate Kedarkantha End December – early April
Dayara Bugyal End December – early April
Prashar Lake Mid January – early March
Nag Tibba Mid January – early March
Moderate Roopkund May, June, October
Brahmatal End December – early April
Har ki Dun End December – mid April
Bhrigu Lake May, June
Hampta Pass June, early July
Tarsar Marsar Early July
Sandakphu Phalut December – January
Moderate-Difficult Pangarchulla Peak April, May
Gaumukh Tapovan May
Kedartal May
Buran Ghati June
Rupin Pass May, June
Kashmir Great Lakes Early July
Difficult Goechala April, May, November
Pin Bhaba July – September
Kanamo Peak July – September
Vishnu Benne

Vishnu Benne

Vishnu heads the FinOps team at Indiahikes. He is a problem-solver at heart, and has been solving problems of the trekking world since 2016. Although Vishnu started as a Trek Coordinator, he moved to Operations to set some much-needed processes. Not many know this, but Vishnu built an effective system to keep track of equipment in the remote Himalayan locations. He is also an adventure enthusiast who pursues a new adventure every year. So far, he has earned an advanced certificate in Skiing from IISM Gulmarg, has done about 10 high altitude treks and is a licensed scuba diver. To top it, he is also a trained classical singer who can play the Ukulele. In fact, if you drop in at Indiahikes office, you might just catch him singing! Vishnu hopes to use his varied exposure to bring new technologies and processes into the world of treks. You can catch him on [email protected]