Trekking season in Nepal

The weather is the main concern when trekking in Nepal so I recommend you to read trekking season in Nepal if you are planning for trekking in Nepal.

The different season offers different weather conditions and temperature which hugely affects the trekking experience. Therefore, it is essential to be aware of all the seasons and decide an appropriate time for trekking in Nepal. Generally, there are 4 seasons in Nepal

Trekking season in Nepal

September, October, and November (Autumn):

This season is generally considered the best for trekking in Nepal because of the perfect weather condition and ideal temperature. As the hot sunny summer ends and the winter will just begin the climate is lovely. The day is clear as the sky is bright and visible as you can view the beauty of the glorious Himalayan range.

June, July, and August (Summer):

The monsoon rains in July and August make trekking a muddy mess and the potential for landslides is highest, summer season in Nepal brings rainfall which usually begins from June till august this season is terrible and unfavorable for trekking in Nepal.

The rainfall makes it trekkers difficult to have a quality adventure as the trails are wet, muddy, and dirty. During monsoon season Upper Mustang Trek is the most popular one. It is in the rain shadowed area of Nepal and won’t rain typically. The heat and humidity in April, May, and June in Nepal are miserable. The monsoon rains in July and August make trekking a muddy mess, and landslides’ potential is highest. September’s still a bit muddy.

March, April, and May (Spring):

Spring is probably the second-best season after autumn for trekking in the beautiful and glorious Himalayan range. The temperature is typically cool and windy. Walking through the trails and gazing at all the precious and beautiful flowers blooming makes your trekking adventure cheerful. On top of that catching, the sight of the gorgeous view of the Himalayas will make your heart melt.

December, January, and February (Winter):

Winter occurs from December to February. the mornings and evenings are usually cold and foggy, but afternoons are usually clear and warm when the sun is out. Snowfall especially occurs in higher elevations and it gets colder and the temperature decreases gradually that’s why it’s ideal to trek and hike in lower elevations. If you can’t stand cold weather, then trekking in winter isn’t for you

However, you should always plan before making any decisions on a trekking adventure. Just make sure that you have everything you need according to the climate and weather.

Trekking season in Nepal

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Trekking season in Nepal
Trekking season in Nepal