Manali is covered with valley’s in the mountains of Himachal Pardesh. Place is at northern end of the Kullu Valley, in the Beas River Valley. It is a famous tourist destination and serves as the gateway to Lahaul and spiti district as well as Leh. Manali is cold during winter and moderately cool during summer.
The temperatures range from 4’C To 26’C over year. The average temperature during summer is between 10’C and between – 15’C and 12’C in the winter.
31mm in November to 217mm in July. In average 45mm is received during winter and spring months, increasing to some 115mm in summer as its the monsoon.
Manali experiences snowfall between December and beginning of March. In the month of January is when it is usually the highest.
Manali is among top Indian skiing destinations Manali is often referred as the “Valley of Gods”. Manali has Solang valley also known as the ‘Snow Point’. Place is famous for hosting winter adventures sports like skiing, parachuting and paragiding etc.
The views from the point are magnificent and give views to snow capped peaks and glaciers. Manali can be visited ant time during the year. Winters are bone chilling and the temperatures falls below Zero.