Winter is from December to February. Drop in temperatures and snow mark the arrival winter. In Kazinag, the higher elevations such as subalpine scrub and alpine meadows get buried under heavy snow looking like vast skiing landscape. The snow on conifers looks very ornamental. Minimum temperatures fall to upto -5°C  but in alpine areas it goes down to as low as go as low as -15°C. Maximum temperatures stay around 10°C. Winter is also a good season to sight the wild animals such markhor, goral and pheasants easily as these animals come down in winter. Further, winter is the least disturbed period.


When temperatures begin to rise and fresh sprout appears at lower elevations first and gradually move to upper elevations; it is spring spring season. The snowy slopes starting giving place to lush greenery. Spring is from March–May. During this season there is a bloom of flowers and herbs and shrubs decorate the landscape. This is also the season when migratory birds arrive and their breeding starts.


When temperatures rise further and the area contains abundant forage and receives some monsoon showers , Summer has arrived. The snow in higher elevations also start melting and vegetation growth is at its peak. The whole area (except few north facing gorges at highest elevations), gets covered with  lush green. Flowers grow into  fruits and meadows look velvety with the green forbs and grasses.


When senescence sets in plants and green leaves of deciduous plants turn golden; it is Autumn. This season is from September–November and and in the end of seasons leaves of deciduous trees and shrubs fall. The temperature starts dropping, the alpine meadows first dry up followed by the temperate grasslands in the middle and lower elevations. The water in streams starts shrinking and the migratory birds start moving out.