Awareness about climate change can empower the farmers to adapt and mitigate the losses. Timely access to and availability of information about various climate change parameters can prove to be critical for adaptation strategies and mitigation of losses due to climate variability and vulnerability. Apple, among many horticultural crops, holds great promise for the economy and livelihood of the people living in the hills of Uttarakhand, but apple crop is very sensitive to climate changes and variability. This study was undertaken to ascertain climate change information needs of apple growers in North Himalayan state of India, i.e., Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. The study was conducted in one purposively selected ‘Nainital’ district, which has the highest apple productivity in the state. Study sample comprised of 120 apple growers as respondents selected through probability proportionate to size (PPS) method, and the sample was spread across four villages. The study findings show that majority of the apple growers expressed the need for information related to climate change parameters, cropping practices and impact of adverse impact on apple crop. Further, age, landholding size, farming experience, extension contact, information-seeking behavior and scientific information were found to have significant positive correlation with climate change information needs of apple growers. The study will help the state government to formulate relevant policies and program strategies to enhance apple cultivation and improve apple productivity.