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Trekking Seasons in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal can be done throughout the year depending on the regions. Every region has its unique diversity, landscape, climate, and specialty. So, nepalholiday suggest that Nepal can be visited on every season. But the most beautiful and favorable season to visit Nepal is autumn and spring among other seasons. The four distinct Trekking Seasons in Nepal are as follows:

 

Autumn

This season starts from mid-September to mid-November. This season is the best trekking in Nepal. During this period weather is excellent where you can see the clear mountains and green hills with a clear blue sky.

 

Winter

This season starts from mid-January to mid-April as it snow and difficult to trek at higher elevations. During the offseason, some people also travel high altitude because it costs low in this season.  But, trekking below 3000 m is recommended during the season. Hiking and short trekking like Ghorepani Poon Hill trekking, Chisapani-Nagarkot Trekking, Shivapuri Hiking, Champadevi Hiking, and city tour. Chitwan jungle safari, Lumbini pilgrimage tour, and Pokhara tour are also favorable in this season.

 

Spring

Spring is another great trekking season because of its excellent weather and clear mountain views. This season is great for the adventure seekers who want to de expedition. Thousands of mountaineers summit the eight-thousanders peaks like Everest, Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Annapurna, Nuptse and many more. You will be welcomed with rhododendron and other wildflowers which are in full blooms during your trekking in Nepal.

 

Summer

Summer season starts from mid-May to mid-July and generally not recommended to travel at terai parts during this season. However, keen botanists may find it worthwhile to trek at the lower altitude of Nepal. Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo and Humla have some of the rain shadows so you will not face any kind of problems to visit even in monsoon season.

 

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