Chopta is an absolute destination and a hill station which can be visited round the year. If you wish to visit the sacred Tungnath Temple then visit from April to November, otherwise you find the temple closed. Best time to to travel to Chopta is in Summers (April – June) and Winters (Oct – Dec). Travellers interested in snow fall or want to experience snow trekking in Chopta then Jan to March are the best months.

Chopta Weather

Chopta in Summers: The weather of Chopta remains salubrious and pleasing during summers. The Himalayas are distinctly visible and the cool breeze adds charm to the vacation. Carry light woollens with you.

Chopta in Monsoons: The greenery of Chopta welcomes the tourist to get lost into the wilderness of nature. Enjoy the sip of tea, gazing at the snow capped peaks at Chopta during monsoons. There are chances of getting roads blocked for a couple of hours due to landslides but the scenic beauty of Chopta during monsoons is worth taking the risk. Do carry raincoats.

Chopta in Winters: Serenity and solitude are at its best during winters at Chopta. The region is blessed with snowfall during winters and the accommodation options also remain few. But you can see the best of Chopta during winters as it looks like mini Switzerland during winters. Winters are freezing at Chopta so do carry heavy woolens.



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    Posted by pankaj| January 1, 2017 |Reply

    Dear sir,

    Please share chep & best hotal in main market chopta

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    Posted by Bijal Chandaria| February 3, 2017 |Reply

    We are 9 adults and 1 child planning to travel to Chopra in May. The preferable dates are from 17th May. we are looking for a good itenary for around 10-12 days. Kindly note my email Id thanking you

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    Posted by vinay| February 22, 2017 |Reply

    Planning to visit in March end with family ,please advise

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    Posted by Darshak Trivedi| February 28, 2017 |Reply

    Hi. I am planning to visit Chopta in the month of may. Since I am going to be traveling with Family, I am unable to decide if i should visit or skip chopta as many people say that one will need to track for the views for Tungnath Temple, Chandrashila, Deoriatal. Please provide your valueable input. My mother and father are 59 years of age and Me and my wife are at 30.

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      Posted by chopta| April 22, 2017 |Reply

      Hi Darshak,

      Choptak is a beautiful hill station, which everyone would love to visit. Regarding trek, it is one of the easiest treks with well built pavement, porters and mules are easily available if there is any difficulty or for old age people. Let us know if you have any more queries.

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    Posted by L.N.VASUDEVA RAO| April 5, 2017 |Reply

    I was looking up for info on Uttaranchal tourist spots/places which are beautiful and at the same time less crowded. I am 66 and my wife is 60 years of age, residents of Mysore. I chanced to see Chopta coverage and wish to spend a couple of days. As a retired person I need guidance regarding the duration, cost and safety of sty and travel.
    I plan to cover Kumaon area and cover Almora,Nainital, Champavat,Pithorgarh,, Chamoli.
    I may want to spend about 20 days in all in Uttarakhand before returning to Mysore via Bangalore.
    Please see if you can guide me

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    Posted by Nandhithaa Shanbbhag| April 17, 2017 |Reply

    Hi…I am interested in traveling to Chopta during June with my family from Mumbai. Please send me an estimate of the travel details, the best stay options and their cost etc.

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