The monsoon hits northern India around July 1st week. The snow clad glaciers start melting, giving way to some awesome trekking plans. One of these is a trek to the Valley of Flowers in July. Before you plan the trip for July, you must know what’s in store for you on reaching the destination.
Valley of Flowers in July First Half
During the first week, it’s likely that the small currents around river Pushpawati are semi-frozen, making the trek a bit more challenging. However, this is the right time to catch a glimpse of some beautiful flora, such as Anemone Tetrasepala, Golden Lily, Geraniums and the much rare and beautiful Ladies Slipper Orchid.
The first half of July is the right time to not only be mesmerized by the beautiful flowers, but even the scenic glaciers. Also, the peak season for the famous Hemkund Sahib is over by 30th June, due to which, Ghangaria (the basecamp) is less crowded.
Valley of Flowers in July Second Half
From the second half of July to the end of August, the Valley of Flowers is in full bloom. Till July end, it’s easy to see several species of flowers, and even a few glaciers. During this period, the valley changes its colour rapidly. In the third week of July, the beautiful Geraniums paint the entire valley in violet. Since this is the time monsoon hits the north, you just need to be careful about road conditions.
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