Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park has four distinct seasons: spring,  summer, fall and winter. Take a look at the below dress suggestions for your visit in Jiuzhaigou to ensure a comfortable stay.


Temperature varies greatly within 24 hours in the spring Jiuzhaigou. The average temperature is 5℃-11℃ from March through May. Frozen earth and snow still be seen in early April. Spring visitors should pack long shorts as well as warm pants, sunglasses and a heavy coat to keep off chilling winds. Snow melts in spring, so rubber rain boots trump sneakers or flip-flops are necessary. 


The summer average temperature of Jiuzhaigou is from 17 ℃-24℃. Despite the hot weather, cool nights are inevitable, so every traveler needs at least one long sleeve shirt and a pair of long underwear, but pack shorts and tank tops, too. Hikers require an outer garment that is both 

windproof and waterproof. Sunshine can be extreme at the higher elevation, so carry a cap or sun hat, good sunglasses and strong sunscreen. It is worth noting that summer is the rainy season in Jiuzhaigou, especially in July, don't forget to bring your rain gears.  


Autumn is very comfortable and pleasant in Jiuzhaigou. The average temperature is 12 ℃-16℃ which is the best time to visit Jiuzhaigou. Jiuzhaigou is dressed up into a colorful world by all kinds of trees and flowers of different colors. It is cool in the day, a  long sleeve shirt is needed. It gets 

cold in the night, so pack and carry layered closthing. August is also a rainy month, rain gears should be packed with you. 


Winter temperatures of Jiuzhaigou range from -1 ℃ to 3 ℃, and visitors need to layer garments to stay comfortable: something windproof and hooded on the outside, with wool, fleece or Capilene garments underneath. We recommend long underwear covered by wool or synthetic trousers -- not cotton jeans -- for deep snow travel. You will need outer rain pants for windy weather and wool socks and thick gaiters to keep your booted feet warm. Protect your hands with wool mittens with shells that breathe, and don't forget a mask-style stocking cap. Dark sunglasses are more important in winter than in summer because reflected high altitude sunlight can cause snow blindness.


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