Uttarakhand is a year round destination, many of the regions popular attractions are located in the cool area of the terai and you can even visit it during summers because it never gets too hot even then. Uttarakhand has pleasant temperature during summers which makes it best time to visit the region. However monsoons are a little hard in Uttarakhand, in the hilly regions there are landslide hence it’s advisable to avoid going there in monsoons. Post monsoons the weather is beautiful so you can visit between September to November.
According to Hindu mythology the Gods and Goddesses have inhabited hills and mountains and rivers for centuries, hence Uttarakhand has invariable link to the legends. In the ancient texts there has been reference to Kedarkhand and Kurmanchal which is todays Garhwal and Kumaon. Garhwal and Kumaon became part of the British India by the end of the 19th Century. During the last two decades there has been demands of different hill station distinct from the plains of Uttar Pradesh and it resulted in the formation of Uttarakhand on November 9, 2000.