If people want to explore the tourist attractions of the valley and witness the majestic beauty of this place then the summer season is the best time to visit Spiti Valley. During this season, the tourists will enjoy their relaxing vacation due to its pleasant weather and the temperature that rarely drops below 15 0C. In addition to it, the visitors can get an opportunity to explore several popular attractions such as Kunzum Pass, Chandralal Lake, Baralacha Pass, Pin Valley National Park, Trilokinath Temple, Dhankar Monastery and much more. Tshechu festival is being celebrated in the summer season in June at several monasteries. In this festival, the devil dance performance is held which is performed by the Lamas who are dressed in colorful attire and masks of different birds and animals. Apart from it, the summer season is also the best time to visit Spiti for outdoor activities like camping, trekking, hiking, and mountain biking, etc.
Winter season is a challenging season to visit Spiti Valley due to the dense blanket of white snow all around. In this chilly season, the temperatures in Spiti Valley remain between -4 0C and -20 0C. Here, the travelers can catch the chances to enjoy live snowfall while the roads get blocked due to the heavy snowfall and getting stranded somewhere is one of the possible things during this season.
In the monsoon season, it is best to avoid visit Spiti Valley because of the continuous heavy rainfall followed by slippery roads and landslides. This season can spoil the holiday mood of the travelers to a great extent. The temperature of this season ranges from 13 0C to 27 0C. In this season, most of the roads remain inhospitable owing to the natural calamities. Chakhar Mela is the main festival of monsoon season which is celebrated in the last week of September every 3 years.