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Best time to trek in Nepal

Best time to trek in Nepal

7th Jan, 2019


Best time to trek in Nepal, the best season to make your vacation worthwhile and meet its expectations. Consider it for second-clear skies, pleasant temperatures, few groups, and tremendous mountain views are simply lying tight for you.

Nepal can be visited throughout the year and the country encounters four primary seasons. Deciding the best seasons to visit Nepal relies upon factors like climate, traveler high season, yearly festivals, and where you’re going.

Nepal’s best trekking season is the autumn (September – November) and spring (March-May). In the Himalayas, the months following mid-September to mid-December are best for treks. During this season the climatic conditions are completely nice with moderate temperatures and clear mountain views.

Autumn season (September-November)

 

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Autumn, popular as the festival season starts with the end of monsoon and finishes with the start of winter in November. Clarity, temperature, and climate are likely to make you fall in love with the mountains.

Best season for outdoor activities like rafting, trekking, and wildlife jungle safari which acquires the highest number of tourists in a year. This is a magnificent time to cross high passes like  Kongma La, Thorung La, and Larkya La, and trek to the high perspectives of Nepal such as Gokyo Ri and Kala Pattar in the Everest Region.

Winter (December-February)

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Winter is a somewhat good time for visiting Nepal. The clarity is excellent, however, the issue of cold weather endures. During this season in Nepal normally snowfall in the higher altitudes with hazardous winds and colder temperatures.

In this season high passes, especially the Thorong-La pass, Chola Pass, Renjola Pass, Ganjala pass, Khongmola pass, Gosaikunda pass, and Lauribina pass,  are normally closed. An easy and short trek in the mountains is the best at this time. Hence is perfect for trekking at a lower altitude.

Spring Season (March-May)

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Spring season begins with warm weather, but more frequent storms and plentiful snowfall at higher elevations. Birds and flowers, primarily rhododendrons are in complete blossom, with great trails but the sky is not as blue as in Autumn. It is a little dull if no rainfall for a long period. During this time the second highest number of tourists visit Nepal in a year.

It executes some of the popular trek trails completely available Everest, Manaslu, Annapurna, and Langtang are some with great views.

A drawback of spring is the trekking tracks are hectic, which means that you’ll meet travelers from all over the world on the famous trekking tracks, which is a positive for some but a downside for those favoring nature themselves.

Summer Season (June-August)

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Summer is the monsoon season which indicates the climate is hot and moist, and rain, haze, and fog can occur day by day, however, clouds hardly give magnificent views of the mountains.

Landslides may happen, causing street and trail closures, and perspectives are frequently hindered. Wildflowers are in full bloom, and the lower regions are lush. Also, leeches can be trouble.

Desert parts of Nepal like Mustang, Nar-Phu valley, and Dolpo regions are the ideal places where you can do trekking which is summer trekking an incredible alternative behind the Himalayas rain shadow region.

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