Complete Information on Sikkim Snowfall Area & Season

22nd state of India is Sikkim lies in the lap of Himalaya; the tiny kingdom is one of the prettiest and richly cultural areas not only just in India, but in the entire planet Earth. Nowadays, tourists initiated on an expedition of the state uncover a symbolic kingdom of amaze ball natural grandeur. The sweeping excellence of the white snow covered Himalayas; the intoxicating fragrance of flower-embellish grassland, the sprightly tradition and wonderful festivals, the boundless diversity of its wildlife forms its once fascinating and challenging vacation. The state feels pleasant and interesting weather though the five types of seasons such as summer, winter, spring, autumn and monsoon etc.

Summer:

Sikkim basically enjoys middling kind of weather round of the year. Naturally in summer seasons, temperatures levels raise up to 27°C minimum 20°C. From the month March to June the regions witness of summer season.

Monsoon:

The monsoon starts in this state from the month June and ended in the month of September. In this season people meet with the heavy rainfall in this region.

Autumn:

The season falls on the months of September and October. This time weather is too [pleasant and exotic.

Spring:

The states doesn’t enjoy the spring clearly which is mixed with the summer months so the seasons is not so clear.

Winter:

Winter mercury levels in the state between 4°C to 7°C sometimes its falls into 0°C. Snowfall is quite rare in the region and freezing is also rare. In winters, temperature reaches minimum at 4°C. It is also considered as the best time to visit Gangtok. In winter season overall state covers with white and freezing snow.

In Sikkim snowfall is most enjoyable things, whole area covers with cotton white and frizzy snow. The whole state looks just like a white paradise as I think people should enjoy the cold and snowy weather in the tiny state Sikkim.

Thangu, Zero Point, Yumthang Valley, Gurudongmar Lake in North Sikkim every year in winter season blanked with the snow.

Zuluk, Gnathang, Old Baba Mandir, Kupup, Memencha Lake, Lachen Village and Chopta valley are some of another place which get snowfall every year in the winter season.

Thangu:

Is a tiny village way to the Gurudonmar Lake just 30 km away from the Lachen Valley.  In the months of the May to August the whole village carpeted with alpine flowers but in Sikkim snowfall season means winter season the area carpeted with white shine and soft snow.

Zero Point:

Zero point is just out of the Sikkim civilisation one of the popular snowfall area specially every winter the place is blanket with snow which giving a thrilling experiences to the visitor.

Yumthang Valley:

It is very famous valley lies in the north Sikkim just 140 km away from the capital city of Sikkim. Thousands of colourful flowers are in full bloom mid February to mid June but in the winter the totally valley just turn into snow land.

 Zuluk:

Beside a winding road you will see a small village that is Zuluk or Dzuluk. It was once a transit point to the historic Silk Route from Tibet to India. Winter is very severe with snowfalls and freezing temperature.

Gangtok:

The capital city of the 22nd state of India which is wrapped with developed civilisation but the winter change the city by a single nipping into the snow and snow.

Nathula Pass:

Nathula pass is the only one mountain corridor which connects the Sikkim with the Tibet country. Whole year the place draw lots of travellers but in winter season the place attract more and more travellers by its snow cover exotic prettiness.

Here I mentioned some of the Sikkim snowfall area from my personal experienced. I’m from big city so never get chance to see snowfall due to the city civilisation and always busy for career but first time melt with the snow In Sikkim really it was really amazing and excellent experience in my life. Overall the whole state covers with snow the weather is so cold and pleasant, especially east Sikkim experienced every year.

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