The first week of June is perhaps the last few days of summer you can enjoy before the torrential rains begin followed by harsh winter. Yet if you love snow and want to visit a place that offers views of snow-clad mountains during this time, here are a few places you can visit in India. Also Read - 12-Year-Old Noida Girl Books Flight For Three Migrant Workers From Her Savings, Jharkhand CM Thanks Her
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Manali in Himachal is famous for its Rohtang Pass among other sights that interest tourists. It is at an elevation of more than 13,000 ft and a gateway to Lahaul and Spiti. Here you can see snow and even experience sledging and skiing here. Also Read - SSC Releases Revised Dates For Various Exams, Check New Schedule Here
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Gulmarg in Kashmir is another destination where you can witness snow in the first week of June even though this is the summer season. You may not find snow on the ground but you can see it in Affarwat in Gulmarg. Gondolas and skiing are popular attractions here.
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Northern part of Sikkim is one place in India where you can witness snow at any time of the year. Nathula and Yumthang are places you can visit to experience snow in June but you may need a few days to acclimatize yourself to the climate because of the high altitude.
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While there are more places in India where you witness snow like Auli, Nainital, etc. the first week of June isnt the time when this happens.
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