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No because it will be raining over there and more chances of landslides. specially avoid Manali area at that time. last time we got stuck there
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Yes, it is
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Yes of course... u can go. only the problem is heavy rain. be cautious
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With family, it can get a bit tricky with the roads in particular, landslides, Uninterrupted rains and so on. So make sure you check the weather in advance and also make sure you don't start immediately after some very bad weather condition for that could mean disturbed and possibly caved-in roads that could be dangerous it delay your trip while enroute. Agreed that you can't really trust the weather forecasters, yet a simple comparison with last year's weather and the teens this year will give a fair idea. If there sky is clear or only shows scattered rains during the window of your journey, go for it for it is quite pleasant in July all over Himachal.
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Monsoons might start sometime in July on himachal. It's really beautiful for photography but also dangerous.
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Its Possibly not the best time as it will be on the verge if hitting monsoons! Hill Stations are best on seasons from March to Mid June!
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Yes! Not a big issue. Himachal as compared to Uttarakhand is much safer during monsoons. But it also depends where do you plan to go. Places like Spiti or higher altitudes get a little risky.
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