The Himalayas are the world's highest mountain range and are home to some of the world's highest peaks. It has mainly two seasons i.e. the winter and the summer and temperatures in the Himalayas vary depending on the height of the mountain range. Therefore while the lower ranges have temperatures of about 30 degrees Celsius in the summer and 18 degrees Celsius in the winter, the middle Himalayas have summer temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius and rather cold winters, and the Great Himalayas have summer temperatures of between 15 to 18 degrees Celsius and winter temperatures that reach well below freezing point. Certain parts of the Himalayan ranges are perpetually snow capped and temperatures reach new lows with every winter that passes. Some of the Indian states that fall under the Himalayas experience monsoons according to the climatic conditions prevalent in the Indian subcontinent.
Cold and snowy like the alps I think
This was not of help to the question. Climate as in: Tropical, subtropical, ect.. Would have been of much help.