Manali – Kufri – Narkanda Gets First Snowfall of Winter 2011-12

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More good news for snow lovers as Himachal continues to recieve snowfall. Manali, Kufri, Narkanda and Kalpa were among the major tourist destinations which received winter season 2011-12 first snowfall. The good news is that more snowfall is predicted in the upcoming 24 Hrs as the weather will remain wet for sometime now. Traffic has been hit on Hindustan Tibet road due to snow on the roads at Narkanda and Kufri. Kalpa in Kinnaur valley was also

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Shimla : Manali , Narkanda , Kufri among other hill stations in Himachal Pradesh have received the season’s first snowfall Friday .

The entire resort town of Manali is covered in a thick blanket of snow bringing life to a standstill . The snowfall is heavy on the Rohtang pass 55 km from Manali .

Traffic has been hit on the Hindustan Tibet road with light snowfall at Narkanda and Kufri . Kharapatther has also experienced light snowfall ,reports said .

Shimla saw rain and light hail early Friday as cold winds lashed the state capital ,the mercury fell to 4.5 C .

Kalpa in Kinnaur has had snowfall .The entire Lahaul valley , the higher reaches of Chamba , Spiti and Kinnaur have been experiencing moderate to heavy snowfall .

The weather man has forecast more wet weather during the next 24 hours .

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109 Comments

  1. Hello Sir,
    We are planning a 15 day trip starting from 3 day stay at Amritsar and then to an offbeat hill station near by where we can spend a week. As travelling with a toddler…we are looking for a comfortable and calm place to stay in nature’s lap to have some quality time. Please advise.. I’m really looking forward for your reply as you have helped us so much during our Ladakh trip

  2. Sir, I am planning to visit manali on 31st jan to 4th jan, is it suitable time for enjoy snowfall in manali town???

  3. I am planning to go amritsar-dalhousie-manali n den shimla ..leaving on 14 jan ..so do I hav to book hotel in advance or v can do booking wen v reach as jan is considered as off season?…pls help me

    • SURJEET KADIAN on

      Dear Chirag,
      if you online booking you will not get the max discount, if you do booking direct on arrival you can avial max discount

  4. I was planning to travel to Manali on 2nd Jan with kids. I wanted to check with you, whether the roads to Manali will be open. I am being told that the roads gets closed during 1st wk Jan due to Snow.

    • Narayan, road to Manali rarely close down and eve if it gets closed it is near the twon only. You will be able to reach Manali anyhow and back from there. IT is the road ahead that gets closed down, that is the road towards Rohtang Pass. So, do not worry much and go ahead with your plan.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  5. ab ye batao sir ki narkanda mein last week of december 2012 mein snow hogi? 😀

    kahan kahan hogi? i wanna close and book places today itself.

    other option is Chopta, which i have msgd on the other post.
    Or how about Harsil? Chakrata? Kausani?
    the closer the better 🙂

    • Hi Saurabh,

      In last week of December, Narkanda may or may not have it down in town, depends upon how weather turns up that time. Most likely Hatu Peak might have snow. Chopta did get good snow last week. Will, vote for Chopta – Deoria Tal. Best place to enjoy snow at that time and in your target distance too. Even if Chopta do not have it, hike to Tunganath will be filled with snow for sure :). Stay at Duggalbitta or Ukhimath, check the complete Travel Guide for Tunganath or Deoria Tal in Travel Guide Section.

      I hope this helps. Please let me know in case you have any query or doubt.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  6. Hello sir….
    i have six days for simla and kullu manali trip,can u tell me the best place day to day visit for honey moon for 6 days …

    • Hello Sumit,

      For 6 days for Shimla and Manali, you may like to follow below itinerary:

      Day 1 | Reach Shimla from by overnight volvo from previous night. Check-in and rest at hotel. In the second half explore local Shimla including Shimla Ridge, Mall Road, Lakkar Bazaar, Back to Hotel By Evening.
      Day 2 | Around Shimla, a relaxing day. Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge etc. as you like or may be you can visit Chail + Kufri in the first half of the day and all this in the second half of the day.
      Day 3 | Shimla – Manali
      Day 4 | Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc.
      Day 5 | Manali – Snow Point either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass. Enjoy in snow and come back to Manali
      Day 6 | Eiter relax at Manali or Manali – Naggar Castle(stay at Naggar and enjoy the place. Very romantic with great views and food. Visit Roerich Musueum, Art Gallery) in first half of the day and catch the volvo back homein the evening

      ** if you have time then try, Manali Sanctuary can also be covered as it is just about 2-3 KMs from Manali town and there is trail which starts from Manali Log Huts or Dhungri temple that leads you into the woods. 

      Regards
      Dheeraj sharma

  7. hello….
    i have plan for manali in the month of december,can u help me to provide best honeymoon place at manli and the best stay accordingly

    • Hi Sumit,

      Yeah, Manali is a good place in December (barring the last week of December). If you want a secluded place away from Hustle Bustle then go over to Solang Valley or Naggar Castle for the stay. If you want combination of both, try out the cottages or hotel Johnson’s (Both Johnson’s are good) otherwise Manali Heights is also good. Do stay for a day or two at Naggar Castle, perfect romantic place bonded with heritage 🙂

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

    • Hi Anil,

      That will be a good time if you want to see snow, you will find plenty around Kufri and Narkanda towards Hatu Peak.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  8. A.Saravanan on

    I intend to go over to kullu manali from Delhi on 24 June 2012. Please give me suggestion for stay and inform when snowfall is there

    • Hi Saravanan,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit.

      But, yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock around Manali. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc. As far as snow is concerned, you will find plenty of snow out there.

      Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc, Snow Points are at either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass and do check out Naggar Castle (stay at Naggar and enjoy the place if possible).

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  9. sweety das on

    I am planning to go shimla in 9th march.I want to know is there snow fall now or in 9th march.i want to see snow fall….plz tell its possiblw or not….

    • Hi Sweety,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit.

      But, yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock around Shimla. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here will be useful for Shimla and Around: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  10. Hi Dheeraj,

    We are reaching to Ambala by train on 12th Feb, 1 am which is the best way to go to the shimla?

    Train or bus? Are there buses/Taxi available from ambala to shimla in night as well?

    Thanks

    Umesh

    • Hi Umesh,

      I guess you will be able to find buses/taxis to Shimla from Ambala, though since I have never tried it so cannot tell with 100% assurance.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

    • Hi Arch,

      Not very sure buddy but the links here : Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  11. Hi Dheeraj,

    You resposes to numrous queies have been really helpfu – thanks!

    I am planning to drive my self to Manali with my wife from Delhi; starting from Delhi on Feb 18 morning and returning on 25 from Mnali. I'd appreciate if you could help me find answers to the below questions.

    1. Which is the best route Del-Shimla-Manali or Del-Ropar/Bilaspur-Manai? (I'v heard tha the second one is better and safe cmpared to first one).

    2. I plan to make a stopover at Bilaspur for the night on 18th; are there any other options mid way?

    3. I am looking to stay at Snowcrest manor; the address says it is located beyond log-hut area. What other hotels could be of inerest in a peaceful and secenic location?

    Need to push off right now… will post other qustions separtely.

    Thanks,

    Saurabh

    • Hi Saurabh,

      Please find my responses in respective order of your queries –

      1. General route to Manali from Delhi is via Bilaspur only. Delhi – Ambala (188 KM) – Chandigarh – Roopnagar (282 KM) – Kiratpur – Bilaspur (371 KM) – Sunder Nagar – Mandi (440 KM) – Pandoh – Aut (481 KM) – Kullu – Manali (570 KM).

      2. It takes about 12-14 Hrs to reach Manali and if you leave by 5 AM in the morning from Delhi you can reach Manali itself on the same day. Otherwise, Bilaspur could be ideal to break the journey if you do not want to drive that much in a single day. After Swarghat/Bilaspur, you have option to stay at Sundernagar, then Mandi and then Kullu and then finally Manali. Choose the one you feel comfortable driving in single day 🙂

      3. Never heard of that property, generally, I prefer Johnson's in Manali and Johnson’s, Jimmy Johnson’s, Manali Heights are some good options of stay in Manali.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  12. Hi Dheeraj we are planning for a family trip to shimla from 26th to 28th this month , could you please advise us economical and best place to stay there also for local sight seeing ..please tell whether we can see snow fall there else where can we see .thanks

    • Hi jaya,

      Well, I never stayed in Shimla so cannot suggest a suitable economic place for stay. But, there are heavy discounts all over Himachal Pradesh being off-season. So, you will surely get a good deal there.

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit.

      But, yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock around Shimla. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here will be useful for Shimla and Around: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • Hi,

        Will there be snow or accumulated snow atleast in Shimla, mussorie, kufri around 17to feb to 27th feb??

        • Hi Arch,

          Yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock around Shimla at that time but not sure about Mussorie. Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

          I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

  13. I am planning to visit Kufri on 4th Feb 2012. Is there any possibility of snow fall during that time. Please let me know as my trip is motivated by snow only. Thank You. 🙂

    • Hi Ankita,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit.

      But, yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock around Shimla. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here will be useful for Shimla and Around: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • Hi Dheeraj,

        i am planning to come to Manali from Delhi on 25th jan. i will start from Delhi at 1 PM towards Manali. i am also planning to go by my own car. do you suggest to go by car to manali on that day. other thing what is the road condition now days. if i need to take a stay in between my journey then please suggest me where i will do that

        • Hi Raj,

          It will be better that you go by overnight Volvo to save more time and money unless you are really interested in driving in hills and that too in cold. If you have passion for driving then do go ahead with your drive as it will be fun and I do not see any issues with respect to it, except just drive with care and do not over take any of the trucks around corners and unless you see clearance ahead. If you go by car and leaving by 1 PM then perhaps the best place to halt for night will be Swarghat as after that trucks traffic is too messy and would be difficult to handle at night unless you have good driving skills.

          Again, if drive is not the reason you are traveling then I will suggest you go by overnight Volvo being economic and comfortable option.

          I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more doubts or queries.

          If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

  14. PREM PRASAD on

    I am planning to visit manali, on 23rd Jan 2012.

    Please suggest me about the weather of Manali (snow fall and skiing.

    • Hi Prem,

      Weather is Manali is very cold now a days and it has snowed heavily for the past few days over there. Huge snow stock is present around Manali, so go prepared with heavy woolens. You can do skiing at Solang Valley snow points. It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… Well, yes at that time you will be able to see ample of snow stock around the snow points of Gulaba/Marhi or Solang Valley near Manali. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc.

      I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more doubts or queries.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  15. Snowfall Update 05 January, 2012:

    All you people heading for snow hunt… Snowfall around Manali, Narkanda, Kufri and other higher hills of both J&K, Himachal and Uttarakhand 🙂 …

    • ATUL AHUJA on

      Hi Dheeraj,

      Thanks a lot for the updates. My initial plan to visit Manali on Jan 7th got misfired due to official

      Obligations. I am now planning to travel on Jan 13. I would be driving from Delhi to manali.

      There has been suggestions to go delhi-shimla-manali, with stop-over at shimla for the first night. is it a good option?

      1. Can you give more insight on this route. In terms of distance and safety.will this route be effected by snow fall deposits?

      2. Since I want to stay in the outskirts of manali city, ( want to avoid manali city rush), which place should I target for searching accommodation options.

      Regards,

      Atul Ahuja.

      • Hi Atul,

        Please let me know how many days you have in hand and then only I can suggest if you go via Shimla side or not. Plus due to recent heavy snowfall (for last few days) in entire Himachal including Shimla region the roads are closed at some places or in bad conditions. However, 13 Jan is far and roads will be cleared in a day or two unless there is no major snowfall in coming days. My advice if you have 7-8 days then only plan for including Shimla otherwise go with Manali circuit only.

        Ans.1: Let me know what you think and I will suggest you the route.

        Ans.2: Go for Solang Valley in that case. Check iceland there which has a really good feedback and plus you will be all around snow there 🙂

        I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more doubts or queries.

        If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

        Regards
        Dheeraj Sharma

        • ATUL AHUJA on

          Hi Dheeraj,

          Don't have that many days to spare. My travel dates are Jan 13 to Jan 17. I would be driving from Delhi with 4 family members.

        • Hi Atul,

          Then, it is better that you stick to Manali circuit only and enjoy your time there.

          Day 1 | Reach Manali and do localsightseeing
          Day 2 | Visit Snow point of Solang Valley or Gulaba and enjoy activities over there
          Day 3 | Visit Naggar Castle and enjoy views and lunch at the Castle. Try to visit ancient Krishna Temple at the top at Naggar and enjoy the views
          Day 4 | Return to Delhi

          I hope this helps.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

  16. dharmpreet gill on

    i am planning a trip with best friend and brother on my car swift…..15th,16,17, jan 2012….shimla..most.beautiful.plac…..mall road….bridge…kuffri.in.snowfall…and…any…more

    • Hi Dharmpreet,

      There has been recent snowfall all around Shimla, Kufri and Narkanda. You will have a great time there. Enjoy your trip. Let me know incase you have any queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj sharma

  17. Hello, I am planning a trip with friends on my own car from Delhi on 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th january 2012.. please suggest best place where i can see heavy snowfall and snow covered mountains.. please also advise about traveling time and road conditions..??

    Thanks,

    Bhupesh

    • Hi Bhupesh,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit.

      But, yes of course there will be plenty of snow stock at either around Manali as well as around Shimla. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc. As far as snow is concerned, you will find plenty of snow out there.

      The links here will be useful for Shimla and Around: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc, Snow Points are at either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass and do check out Naggar Castle (stay at Naggar and enjoy the place if possible). If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here

      You can choose any of the circuit between Manali and Shimla.

      If you are interested for any off-beat place then I will suggest head for Chopta Valley – Tunganath – Deoria Tal around or even Auli in Uttrakhand. Check the the following guides Delhi to Deoria Tal, Uttarakhand | Travel Guide AND Delhi to Tunganath Temple and Chandrashilla, Uttarakhand | Travel Guide. You will not be able to trek to Deoria Tal or Tunganath but there will be plenty of snow ahead of Duggalbitta.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

    • manali has good snow in end jan too

      for budget travel hotel devlok mall rd

      for mid budget snow vally n manali heights & hotel highland , premium awesome scenery from the HPTDC log huts

      there are volvo buses from delhi at 5.30 pm every day

      rgds harresh

  18. NaMaN Sharma on

    I am Planning to visit shimla with my four friends in my own car . will u please tell is thr any possibility of snow fall on 3rd and 4th jan 2012,,, m planning to go straight to kufri first from chandigarh n then will spend one night at shimla n will take way back to chandigarh on 4th jan evening. also pls some goods spot to visit there

    • hi Naman,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

      I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have further doubts/queries.

      Regards,
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • NaMaN Sharma on

        thanks bro for ur reply and links for weather report pls also tell me is there any option for ice skating and skiing there??

        • Hi Naman,

          I do not think there is any option for skiing around Kufri but yes may be if snow will be present then at Narkanda you will find such opportunities.

          Regards
          Dheeraj

    • Dheeraj singh on

      Hi, i m planing to visit manali, first I will go shimla on 8th jan, than to manali, can I go to manali via narkanda, Jalori pass… & condition of road from narkanda to Aut (kullu)…

      • Hi Dheeraj,

        I guess, that Jalori pass is still open as there is no snowfall so far but for updated conditions at Jalori Pass, you can always contact Elu Ram at Raja Guest House, Shoja for checking if Jalori Pass is open or not. If it has snowed then probably it will close down. In such a case you can also follow Naldhera – Tattapani – Karsog Valley – Chindi route to Manali which is also very scenic and refreshing. You can halt for the night at Chindi which is a very noce place to stay and there by give you an opportunity to have sighseeing in between Chindi and Shimla too.

        If Jalori pass is open then you can of course go via Jalori pass. Road conditions around Jalori may not be good and as I said for updated info. contact Raja guest house linked above.

        I hope this helps. Please let me know for any queries or doubts.

        Regards
        Dheeraj

        • dheeraj singh on

          thanks sir for value able advise ….as much as i know near about 20km road is in bed condition….and balance is ok……..thanks lot.

  19. Rishabh Dwivedi on

    Hello Dheeraj…

    Actually I m planning to visit manali from 22nd of Jan to 26th of Jan… I want to take road for manali via shimla, narkanda, luhri, jalori pass, shojha, banjara, bhuntar, manali…. Is it possible at that time?? Will road normally open at that time or not….

    • Hi Rishabh,

      I highly doubt by that time Jalori Pass will remain open as already there is snow up there but road was open as per last update last week. One more snowfall and it will all close for the year, almost upto mid April types. So, do not rely on that route. If you want to avoid the traditional boring route via Bilaspur then take the route via Karsog Valley and Chindi with a night halt at Chindi. Chindi is a nice, secluded little place where you can break the journey and also explore on the way Naldhera, Tattapani and Karsog Valley too.

      For updated conditions at Jalori Pass, you can always contact Elu Ram at Raja Guest House, Shoja for checking if Jalori Pass is open or not.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • Rishabh Dwivedi on

        Thanks a lot for the reply… Actually i m from shimla… But my 2 frnds are coming from B'lore.. They will reach delhi on 21st Jan around 4 o clock.. . SO they can catch volvo on 21st Jan only for either manali or shimla… Our return journey will be on 28th of Jan from shimla…. So what should be the best plan according to to so that we will cover maximum destination in himachal pradesh.. And what are the adventurous activities we can do in manali or somewhere else?? I mean kindly suggest bestest (:P) plan for us…. Where can i ( bcoz m in shimla) join those guys (in chandigarh , bilaspur or some where else) for the best utilization of time.. I m planning to hire a cab (like alto or indigo) for whole my trip from shimla, so i can meet those guys in between delhi n manali also…..

        I mean kindly suggest best plan for this situation…

        Thanks a lot in advance

        • Hi Rishabh,

          Best is that you catch them either in Manali or on the way to Manali may be near Bilaspur. I guess with overnight Volvo it will be convenient for them to reach Manali straight away and you join them there. So you can follow a plan like –

          22nd Jan – Reach Manali. Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc.

          23rd Jan – Manali – Snow Point at Solang Valley. Enjoy in snow, Do adventure activities like paragliding, skiing at Solang Valley and come back to Manali.

          24th Jan – Manali – Naggar Castle(stay at Naggar and enjoy the place. Very romantic with great views and food. Visit Roerich Musueum, Art Gallery and do not miss the hike to ancient Krishna Temple at the top). If you do not want to stay at Naggar then go towards Kasol and spend a day there.

          25th Jan – Kasol – Manikaran – Hike to Malana – Kasol (If you like you an spend this day in Manali to make it relaxing over there)

          26th Jan – Kasol – Chindi – Karsog Valley – Naldhera – Tattapani – Shimla

          27th Jan – Around Shimla. You might better know about it 🙂 …

          28th Jan – Return

          I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have any doubts or queries.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

        • Rishabh Dwivedi on

          Thanks for the reply boss..

          Can i have more information and pics regarding Malana?? How is it??

        • Hi Rishab,

          Well for more information regarding Malana, if you interested then check here. For pictures I will advice you to google a bit as being married I never tried to go there 😆 … (Some liberties you ought to loose after marriage). To reach there, you can take taxi from local taxi stand of Kasol. There are two routes to hike to Malana after the taxi drops you to the point upto which it can take you. Ask the driver to suggest you the easy route out of two because as per my knowledge the other route. If you like hiking and trekking then prefer the harder route which will take about an hour to take you to malana.

          I hope this helps. Please let me know for any queries or doubts.

          Regards
          Dheeraj

        • Rishabh Dwivedi on

          Thank you boss for such great information..
          I want to disturb you once again….
          Yaar actually i have visited Manali once with my friends. So suddenly i thought that we can visit some other place also. Can you suggest some place where i’ll get snow fall surely???

        • Hi Rishabh,

          In that case yo can check Shimla circuit if you like. The links here: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

          There will be plenty of snow around Narknada, Hatu Peak, Kufri at that time post mid-January. Depending upon the time in hand, around Shimla, you can check Jakhoo Temple, State Museum, Mall Road, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Kufri, Chail, Narkanda, Hatu Peak. You can go via Shimla side and come back via Chail side just to experience a different scenery 🙂

          If you are interested for any off-beat place then I will suggest head for Chopta Valley – Tunganath – Deoria Tal around or even Auli in Uttrakhand. Check the the following guides Delhi to Deoria Tal, Uttarakhand | Travel Guide AND Delhi to Tunganath Temple and Chandrashilla, Uttarakhand | Travel Guide. You will not be able to trek to Deoria Tal or Tunganath but there will be plenty of snow ahead of Duggalbitta.

          I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

  20. Ankit Pahariya on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I am planning to visit manali from Delhi on 30th of Dec,2011 to 2 Jan 2012.

    Main purpose is to enjoy snow fall.Is there any chances for snow fall b/w these days.Which place do you recommend to stay in manali?

    • Hi Ankit,

      First and foremost, please keep in mind that first you will be traveling in the costliest week of the year, second there will be hefty tourist rush around both Shimla and Manali and third that you will need pre-booking at either of the places to avoid sleeping in taxi/bus itself (I am not joking but around X-mas and new year, have known people who slept in car :))

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… Well, yes at that time you will be able to see ample of snow stock around the snow points of Gulaba/Marhi or Solang Valley. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc. As far as snow is concerned, you will find plenty of snow out there.

      Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc, Snow Points are at either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass and do check out Naggar Castle (stay at Naggar and enjoy the place if possible).

      Johnson's, Jimmy Johnson's, Manali Heights are some good options of stay in Manali. For cheap and economic options you can explore hotels around Manali – Naggar Road, Old Manali and Vashisht. There will be plenty of hotels arranging the parties and you can check in at Johnson's, Jimmy Johnson's, Piccadily, Manali Heights, Snow Valley Resorts, Club House Discotheque etc.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  21. Livingston on

    Friend, I have planned my trip to shimla on january 15, can I get snow in shimla? where should I have snow in shimla?

    • Hi Livingston,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      I guess by the time snow is generally present around Kufri and yes at Narkanda and Hatu peak there are further more chances of playing in snow. But, if weather permits, you will be able to get snow even in Kufri by 15th Jan, which generally happens.

      I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have further doubts/queries.

      Regards,
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • Hi!! dhiraj sharma,

        I want to visit shimla kufri resort manali and I want to see snow fall in my hotel/resorts balcony.

        so when I will plan to visit with family please advice me

        regards,

        J.C.VYAS

  22. hey dheeraj! u r doing a nice job.

    i am planning to visit manali or shimla with my 5 frnds from kurukshetra.we dot hav our own car.we just want to celebrate to new year there..that means we want 3 nights 30 31 and 1st to be there..we all are colg frnds and want to njoy snow and hav fun. but our budget is not that high that we can afford sports or a nice hotel.its around 3000 each.kindly guide us our trip soon…as its already 28.should we drop our idea..?? plz let me face all the truths.

    • Hi Tarun,

      Buddy well you can go to Manali and have fun in loads of snow present there but perhaps this is the costliest week of the year and finding accommodation may also be a challenge. You can surely go there and search for economic and cheap but decent hotels around old Manali, Manali – Naggar road or vashisht hot water springs. I am sorry I do not have much contacts of such hotels apart from The River View where you can try your luck if the budget suits you (09418428957 (Mr. Kamlesh Thakur), 09418072595, 01902251047). Also, I feel 3000 is a bit low for this time of the year. But, yes of course three days past new year the prices will be earthed.

      I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more doubts or queries.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • thnx dheeraj!!

        its the only time we have…have to come on new year only..ohkk i want to know abt the new year party place..i mean the night..where we can have fun.like discos or pubs..which are nice and nt so expensive.

        plz guide us hw we shud move..i mean roaming acc to time..plz…

        • Tarun, There will be plenty of hotels arranging the parties and you can check in at Johnson’s, Jimmy Johnson’s, Piccadily, Manali Heights, Snow Valley Resorts, Club House Discotheque etc. or hike in the noon towards Old Manali and ask about the parties in the night there as well. I am sure there should be some good ones in Old Manali :)…

          Reach Manali on 31st and take rest there. Hike to old manali and perhaps check accommodation only at Old Manali. Ask about the parties in the evening and carry on with local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall road, local monastery. On 1st go to snow point at Solang Valley or Gulaba and enjoy in snow there, come back by evening to Manali and roam around the town. On 2nd make a visit to Naggar Castle if you like or stay at Manali only and relax there.

          I hope this helps. Please let me know incase yo have any doubts or queries.

          Regards
          Dheeraj

        • thnx dheeraj!!

          As u noe we have shortage of money..so we want to visit shimla instead of manali..and for snow i think we can go to narakanda or kufri as u suggest..and as u knw we are coming there to njoy new year..we are not interestd in temples and all..we just want to play with snow and have a good niw year night.so i request you to guide me related to party (pubs/disc) etc..or some cheap hotel numbers.plz reply soon

        • Hi Tarun,

          Currently there is no snow at Kufri and only very little left around Narkanda. So, not a good choice to go to Shimla if you are looking for snow atleast as of now. But, you never know if it snows in next couple of days or not 🙂 … The issue is that it is the costliest time and at cheap/economic options such as HPPWD rest houses, the booking would have already been done and 3000 is a bit on lower side for Manali for three days, I feel. I have never stayed in Shimla dost, so I will not be able to provide you any references for good economic options of stay there with first had experience.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

        • If you have any contact with BSNL or HPPWD people then they may arrange bookings for some of the HPPWD guest houses near Shimla in their name for you.

  23. hello dheeraj…

    i just wanted to know that will it be a good idea travelling to Nainital this season to experience snow..??

    we plan to go in 1st week of January..?

    • Hi Shobhit,

      It has been long time since I have heard of any significant snowfall in Nainital. It is highly unlikely that you will be able to see snowfall at Nainital. Best bet will be to head Himachal instead, more specifically Manali for sure shot snow time :)… I hope this helps.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  24. Surjeet kadian on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    i had booked my room at mashobra(club mahindra resort) for 1st jan to 4th jan.

    How much chances of snow fall during these days.

    rdgs

    surjeet

    • Hi Surjeet,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have further doubts/queries.

      Regards,
      Dheeraj Sharma

  25. I have planned my trip to shimla from 30th december to 2nd january. Is there any chance of finding any snow in shimla or kufri??

    If not then where can I find snow near shimla?? Please sugest a place where I cand go if I leave shimla in the morning and get back to shimla by night??

    • Hi Avin,

      Kurfi and Narkanda got first spell of snow couple of weeks back but I am not sure if it had lasted till now. Until unless there is fresh snowfall by the time you plan to go there I doubt about snow. Best bet will be to go to Hatu Peak near Narkanda to find snow where there is the maximum possibility of finding it. Leave early morning from Shimla to Narkanda, visit Hatu Peak and return by noon to reach Shimla in the evening.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  26. Hi Dheeraj,my husband and I have 4 days off from 23rd to 26th December, 2011 and wish to go to a hill station where we can enjoy snowfall or snow. can u suggest a nice peaceful place and an itinerary

    • Hi Jagdeep,

      Manali will be the best bet to enjoy snow or if lucky even snowfall depending upon weather on that particular day. But, there is plenty of snow stock around Manali at snow points of Gulaba and Solang Valley.

      Please keep in mind that first you will be traveling in the costliest week of the year, second there will be hefty tourist rush around both Shimla and Manali and third that you will need pre-booking at either of the places to avoid sleeping in taxi/bus itself (I am not joking but around X-mas and new year, have known people who slept in car :)).

      So, if you want snow and have four days best bet is Manali but sadly there might not be much peace there at this time of the year due to tourist rush. Rohru Pabbar Valley is another off beat location reachable in 4 days but I am not sure if it has snowed there or not. Also, chances of getting stuck in snow early in the season are much more there. Chopta/Chandrashilla in Uttarakhand are good too but as per the last week updates, it has not snowed there. So, go to Manali to atleast enjoy in snow. May be you can stay at Naggar Castle or in Kasol which might be less touristy places than Manali and make a day's trip to Manali snow points from there. As per itinerary –

      Day 1 – Delhi – Manali
      Day 2 – Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc
      Day 3 – Manali – Snow Point either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass. Enjoy in snow and come back to Manali
      Day 4 – Manali – Naggar Castle – Manali – Delhi. Make day trip in the first half to Naggar Castle if you like or relax in Manali only and then in the evening catch overnight Volvo to Delhi.

      I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have some queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

      • Thanks alot Dheeraj,

        i have a few more questions for you. we plan to leave for chandigarh tonight by car (Innova). we will start tomorrow morning around 8 for Manali and hope to reach there by the evening. How much time does it take to reach Manali from Chd? also, how are the roads? are they safe? the other option that we came across while surfing the internet was Narkanda (near Shimla). do you have any idea if we will get snow there? and also which wud be a better option?

        cheers,

        Jagdeep

        • Hi Jagdeep,

          Yes, Narkanda Hatu Peak is a good option too but the problem is that if it snows heavily then road may close at Kufri. so, in case there is no major risk n case you get delayed then it is a good option. I guess Hatu Peak may have snow, not sure though. Usually, Manali – Chandigarh will take around 9 Hrs depending upon the number of breaks you take inbetween. Roads are fine apart from bad patches here and there and yes it is completely safe to travel Just ask driver not to drive rashly and with caution. Ensure that driver has done the Manali or other hills before. Yes the roads are safe.

          Regards
          Dheeraj

  27. sanjeevitha on

    Hi my family and I r planning a trip to solan valley on the 27th to the 3rd,the main purpose was to experience snow as my son is really keen on a white new year for yrs now! Just wanted to know if there is a likely hood of snow during that time! Aslo we r planning to rent a car in delhi and drive down! How long wld the trip take and what wld be the best places to stop over at for a good meal! We r coming al the way from the south(hyderabad) and wr hoping that the trip won't be in vain(snowfall wise)pls advise thanks sanju:

    • Hi Sanjeevitha,

      First and foremost, please keep in mind that first you will be traveling in the costliest week of the year, second there will be hefty tourist rush around both Shimla and Manali and third that you will need pre-booking at either of the places to avoid sleeping in taxi/bus itself (I am not joking but around X-mas and new year, have known people who slept in car :))…

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… Well, yes at that time you will be able to see ample of snow stock around the snow points of Gulaba/Marhi or Solang Valley. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc. As far as snow is concerned, you will find plenty of snow out there.

      Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc, Snow Points are at either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass and do check out Naggar Castle (stay at Naggar and enjoy the place if possible).

      I will suggest that instead of hiring car in Delhi it is better to travel by Volvo to Manali and then hire taxi for local sightseeing. Not only it will be economic but much comfortable as well if you are OK with traveling in bus. Nothing much is to see between Delhi and Manali drive before Kullu and once you reach Manali you can cover most places as local sightseeing for a day.

      I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  28. suhas dhavale on

    dheeraj we are planning for kasauni and nainital trip,is there any chances of snow fall otherwise where we go near delhi for snowfall

    • hi Suhas,

      I do not think there will be any snowfall in Nainital and Kasauni. Best bet for snowfall or snow near Delhi is closest to Manali or may be even Chakrata / Deoban area or Chopta / Chandrashilla / Tunaganath. Chakrata / Deoban may be near to Delhi but again chances of snowfall are less in comparison to Chopta / Chandrashilla / Tunganath and Manali. If you want peace and great views then head to Chopta / Chandrashilla / Tunganath

      I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have any queries or doubts.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

        • Suhas, Kasauni do not have much to offer I will say. It is just another hill station and you might have lots of tourist too at that time. If you want to really head to Kasauni then include Binsar and Nainital/Bhimtal/Muktheshwar as well in you vacation. Then it will be a good deal overall. Spend two days at Binsar and a day each at Kasauni and Nainital/Bhimtal/Muktheshwar.

          I hope this helps.

          Regards
          Dheeraj Sharma

      • suhas dhavale on

        Thank you Dheeraj,

        As you suggest we are decided for chopta,chandrashila.as we are travlling from delhi please suggest transpotation.we are planning this for three days give some info about accomdation.please suggest which can help in our journey.

    • Hi!

      We are a family travelling to Delhi and Manali during new year and would like to know about the places to visit near manali and simla

      what about precautions for extreme foggy and chill weather

      Thanks

      Suresh Subramanian

      • Hi Suresh,

        First and foremost, please keep in mind that first you will be traveling in the costliest week of the year, second there will be hefty tourist rush around both Shimla and Manali and third that you will need pre-booking at either of the places to avoid sleeping in taxi/bus itself (I am not joking but around X-mas and new year, have known people who slept in car :))…

        Manali Local sightseeing which includes Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Local Monastery, Vashisth Hot Water Springs (never found it interesting) etc, Snow Points are at either at Solang Valley or Marhi/Gulaba on the way to Rohtang Pass and do check out Naggar Castle (stay at Naggar and enjoy the place if possible)

        You should take ample of heavy woolens so that you keep yourself warm enough and about fog, avoid driving at night and morning time.

        I hope that helps. Please let me know incase you need more details or have some queries or doubts.

        If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

        Regards
        Dheeraj Sharma

  29. I am planning to visit Kufri on dec 25th. Is there any possibility of snow fall during Christmas. Plz let me know. Thank You.

    • Hi Ruksana,

      It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… For snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Shimla, Kufri regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Shimla and around.

      I hope this helps. Let me know incase you have further doubts/queries.

      Regards,
      Dheeraj Sharma

  30. I am planning to visit Dalhousie and Dharmsala ,during end december.Is it possible to visit some place where we can see snow fo sure?

    • Hi Cons,

      If you will be lucky then you will get to see snow in Khajjiar itself otherwise I do no see any possibility to find snow at any nearby location there. In case of Dharamshala and around, again if you will see snow in McLeod Ganj then it will be fine otherwise I guess you may need to hike towards Triund or further to see snow in McLeod Ganj. I hope this helps.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  31. Hi Dheeraj,

    I am planning to visit manali from Delhi on 7th of jan,2012. I plan to drive from Delhi. As I am not a very fast driver and the journey is quite long, can u please guide me on the following

    1. Where should we halt en-route in case I don't reach manali in day-time. I want to avoid night drive.?

    2. Main purpose is to enjoy now fall. Which place do you recommend to stay in manali?

    3. Any other specific precautions o be taken?

    • Hi Atul,

      Please find my response below in the order of your queries –

      1. You can either halt at Bilaspur to evenly balance the journey. BTW, you can reach Manali if you take less stops in 13-14 Hrs.Logically speaking, reaching Manali in two days is not a great option if you are not doing any sightseeing or other better place on Day 1. My advice, if you are not too much of drive lover then take overnight volvo to Manali. First it will be cheaper than reaching Manali in two days both money wise as well as time wise. If you still want to drive to Manali on your own then try to make as far as possible on Day 1 and then depending upon the time left in the day you can start targeting these places. First make your target as Rewalsar (nice place with a famous monastery and good views), if you cross it before noon then target Mandi, then if you cross Mandi before 5 PM type then head towards Manali only as you will reach there without much issue, again if you feel like an issue after reaching Kullu then stay at Kullu only.

      2. It is always hard to predict snowfall as it depends on the luck and the weather on the day you plan to visit :)… Well, yes at that time you will be able to see ample of snow stock around the snow points of Gulaba/Marhi or Solang Valley. So, if snow is the priority then there are no issues but for snowfall best bet is that, you keep the plan flexible and keep a check on weather updates on the day you plan to visit. The links here: Rohtang Pass, Kothi and Manali regions respectively can be helpful for you in tracking the weather updates of Manali and around. If it says raining in Manali, or rains/snow at Kothi or snows at Rohtang Pass then expect snowfall at nearby snow points of Solang and Marhi/Gulaba etc.

      3. Take heavy woolens with you, apart from that you will be fine :)… If you take your own car then also do not take it to snow points, hire local taxi only.

      I hope this helps. Please let me know incase you have more doubts or queries.

      If interested in more details on Manali including sightseeing places, accommodation options, food joints, etc you can go through the Manali travel guide available at the link here.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

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