Snuggled at an altitude of 2400m above sea level, Binsar is extremely blissful and idyllic retreat for tourist. Once the summer capital of the Chand Rajas, it extends holiday makers one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon Himalayas. Talking about the climatic conditions, Binsar promises tourists a relaxing and rejuvenating weather all throughout the year. Temperatures in summer rarely rise above 30°C. The minimum recorded temperature during summers is 15°C. While the daytime is characterized as warm and sunny, the early mornings and late evenings are cool and pleasant.
Coming to winters, Binsar experiences a cold and chilly winters, a condition which is distinct in the hill state of Uttaranchal. While mercury rises to a maximum of 24°C during the day, nights are early mornings are especially cold with minimum temperature reaching the 0°C mark. Summer season starts from the mid of March and lasts till June. Thereafter, the region experiences downpour during the next three months, after which the conditions again become favorable. Winters starts from November and continues till February. The best time to visit this beautiful hill city is during the months of April to June and again from October to November.