Western Himalayan region of India was mainly delineated into three principle zones: Lower, Middle and Upper. These zones were broadly categorized on the basis of snow meteorological parameters and cover a large snowy area of thousands of square kilometer. Weather parameters, snowpack properties, snowpack structure and avalanche activities were observed non-homogeneous in these zones. In the present study these large zones were first divided into small snowy areas covering main road axes used for transportation during winter. Snow-meteorological data, stratigraphy data and avalanche occurrences of past 15 to 35 years of these small snowy areas were analyzed and zones having similar meteorological conditions and gross snow cover properties were identified. Identification of these small snow zones are of great help for operational avalanche forecaster to issue area specific avalanche warning. GIS (Geographic Information System) technique is used for obtaining detailed terrain information e.g. slope, aspect, elevation, surface roughness and vegetation etc. of these snow zones. Climate and snow-pack information has been accumulated from 42 observation points spread around major road axis of these small snowy areas in Western Himalaya. The snow climate of these snow zones were also examined by the snow climate classification scheme given by Mock and Birkeland.