Naran has a humid continental climate (Koppen Climate Classification Dfb).[1] There is significant rainfall in summers and heavy snowfall in winters. However the trend is changing due to climate change within the region, and for the past few years, Naran is receiving lesser snowfall. Naran is a famous summer destination for people who come here from within Pakistan and abroad to enjoy the weather. The temperature, though, is rising. A few years back, Naran was only accessible in June, but for a few years, accessibility is improving, and the roads are driveable even in early spring. Naran remains busy in summer, starting earlier, and tourism is extending upto late in the fall. The average annual temperature in Naran is 10.1 °C. The region is Alpine in geography and climate, with forests and meadows dominating the landscape below peaks that reach over 17,000 feet.