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Spring (Late Feb - May)
One of the best season for trekking in Nepal, spring is particularly lovely as the mountain slopes, valleys, terraces, farming fields are covered with beautiful and colorful flowers, grains and lust greenness all around.The temperature is quite moderate and the mountain views are excellent. High temperate forests glow with various color of Rhododendron, a national flower of Nepal which tranquil your heart for natural beauty. There are still plenty of high snow mountains to enhance your photos.
Clear skies early in spring means less chance of flight cancellations into mountain districts such as Lukla.
Fewer trekkers compared to October and November, which means more chance to experience the remote corners of the Himalaya.
Temperatures in upper hill and lower mountain ranges reach between 16-23º C
Pleasant, warm trekking conditions in the day, and warmer nights.
Snow that accumulates during winter melts away by April, clearing paths for high mountain passes over 5000m such as Cho La, Larkya La or Thorung La.
As it gets closer to summer, trekking can get hot and sweaty at lower altitude.
Afternoon clouds are common (with generally clear nights and mornings) which can bring clouds and brief downpours.
Summer (June - August)
This season is recommended for forest researchers and botanist to study about various plants. Since this is a rainy season in the regions that facing south from Himalayan range. It’s the favorite season to trek in the rain shadow areas behind the Himalayas like Upper Mustang, Dolpo and mt.Kailash. Still the regular city, cultural and heritage tours offers you a warm and wet looks to admire.
- Ideal conditions in the Indian Himalaya, protected from the monsoon, with opportunities to experience Tibetan culture and stunning high Himalayan scenery.
- The monsoon in Nepal leads to wet and humid conditions, with obscured views and muddy trails.
Autumn (September - November)
It is the best trekking season in Nepal, it’s hard to fault the clear skies, moderate days and fantastic trekking conditions that autumn brings. After the monsoon the dust and pollution is cleared from the atmosphere, making way for crystal clear views and with it, stunning panoramas of the Himalayan mountain ranges. Depending on the intensity of the monsoon, the best time to trek generally starts around mid September. Once the weather has settled, most days feature clear blue skies and a bright sun that lasts throughout the say, unlike in Spring, when cloud builds up in the afternoon.
The weather is stable and sunny, with clear skies and gorgeous views.
Days tend to be warmer (though nights are colder heading into winter)
Generally with the better weather comes more travellers, and this definitely holds true to autumn trekking in Nepal.
Winter (Dec - Feb)
For most people it is too cold to trek to high altitude regions in Winter in Nepal; daytime temperatures can range between 9-12ºC, and evenings can drop to sub zero temperatures. If the cold doesn’t bother you, it is a great time to trek to the more popular places such as the Everest region, because there are far fewer people around compared to October and November, as well as the lower to mid altitude trails, where the temperature remains fairly pleasant. Our Christmas and New Years treks in Nepal are always very popular for just this reason.
- Fewer people on the trail mean no crowds
- The sky is often very clear and blue during the day
- The monasteries are great to visit in winter and some fresh snow on the hills is great for photography.
- Many of the high passes are inaccessible due to snow coverage.
- Colder temperatures require more planning and preparation, but the rewards are worthwhile.