weather in the himalayas

#1 Oct 19th, 2006, 21:52
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hi everyone,
we are in delhi at the moment, just got here this morning and still triying to adapt but enjoying every minute of it.
we are trying to plan where to go next, we have the himalayas in mind but are wondering where is the best area to go at this time of the year. options are himachal pradesh, nepal or utaranchal.
we would apreciate help from people who are up there at the moment and also from whoever is familiar with those areas.
well, nothing else for the moment, we are going back to the chaos in pahar ganj to have a lassi.
itzi
#2 Oct 19th, 2006, 21:56
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either u go to nepal or himachal ... m talking from experience as i run a camp in himachal ... uttranchal after winter rains becum a bad choice becoz of land erosion ..
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hi brave heart,
thanks for your advide. finally change of plans, my friends have left this morning for the himalayas but that is the only place i've been to in india so i decided i am going to pushkar for some time.
thanks again
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Originally Posted by brave_heart either u go to nepal or himachal ... m talking from experience as i run a camp in himachal ... uttranchal after winter rains becum a bad choice becoz of land erosion ..
brave_heart, could you elaborate a bit? Am vaguely contemplating a trip to Uttaranchal in November.
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Nothing to worry about being in UTTARANCHAL in NOV. You have to see what you are doing. Generel tourism in OK and little bit of wandering in mountain is fine..and enjoyble too as sky will be clear...but nights will be colder. But you can not reach high altitudes and should NEVER try to do this. This could be fatal...
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thanks himadventures.

had gone upto kausani a couple of years ago; thought things had changed.
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hi

pushkar wiil b great ..... hope u have a wonderful stay there
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Temperatures and weather conditions Corbett, Pangot, Binsar etc end Nov/dec

Hi there,

I will be in Corbett National Park, Binsar, Jilling Estate and Pangot end of November/beginning December and would be grateful if someone might let me know what temperatures and conditions we can expect. Trying to pack light, but then heading down into Rajasthan, Goa and Kerala, so having to take warm and light clothing.

Any clues?

Lots 'a love,

Miranda x

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