Nepal Trekking in Novemebr
November is a lovely month to travel in Nepal, and not as busy with travelers as October. Most trails are still available to trekkers, temperatures are comfortable, and there are important cultural festivals to enjoy
Trekking in Nepal in November is an excellent time that gives fantastic trekking experience with natural beauty and cultural feelings. This visit will be one of the prettiest treks that we organize. It’s really beautiful trek in autumn even if you are a beginner, also easy does it.
Why trekking in Nepal in November is best?
Best Mountain Views
Clearly, the Himalayas country of Nepal has to offer many things regarding adventure, beauty and one of the best views of mountains especially in the month of November. The autumn season in Nepal is the best trekking season wherein September, October, and November all take place making absolutely magnificent trekking season. The Himalayas are as much about colour as they are about snow. And what the best time than autumn to observe the wonderful paradise!
Good Weather for trekking
The weather is marvelous so it is good enough for any kind of nature-loving activities in Nepal that November has to offer. The temperature during November is moderate, which makes a high time for trekking in Nepal. Thus, trekking in November is like getting the best seats at the theatre. Autumn seasons comes after the monsoon so monsoon takes away with it the summer haze from the atmosphere and leaves the sky completely clean. Most of the days are sunny and warm with crystal clear views of mountains as far as the skyline can stretch.
In Nepal, October and November are the best months for trekking. During this month people from across the world visit Nepal. They will go through different adventures from normal hiking to great adventure trekking. November is also known as crowded month when Nepal welcomes plethora of trekkers. We have put down the most famous trekking trails in Nepal to do in November. Like, Everest region, Annapurna region, and Langtang region is an absolute stunner in the month of November. In fact, this trekking region gets crowded in autumn with lots of trekkers on the same trail. But if you want to experience the same trail with no crowd, then you can choose spring season which is also the best time for trekking. One of the popular tourist cities, Thamel in Kathmandu will also overflow of tourists and trekking guides.
Throughout this month, trekkers can experience the mornings and evenings get to cold quite soon. Basically, at high elevations, thermals and sleeping bag is a must to take. During this month the climatic condition is unchanging, trekkers can also undertake the high and challenging trekking passes serving as, Everest base camp trek and Kanchenjunga high passes.
Explore some of the best trekking routes best for trekking in Nepal in November. These trekking routes are highly busy in October, November and December.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Duration: 10 to 14 Days
Everest base camp at 5,364m/17,593ft above the sea level is the most popular treks in the Himalayas, located at the south side of the mountain in Nepal. The impressive panoramas of snow-capped mountains and high cliffs make Everest base camp trek an unforgettable trekking expedition. You can also enjoy going by Sherpa hamlets and the joy of completing strenuous and exciting hikes. Everest base camp is an ideal spot for trekking during November where you can see the crystal clear view of Mt. Everest (World’s highest peak) including mt. Amadablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse and other numerous peaks of the Everest region. During your Everest base camp trek you will get an opportunity to explore the dramatic natural beauty of Khumbu valley which is popular for Sherpa settlement of the Himalaya. Moreover, you will see the wonderful Himalayas, marvelous villages, colorful forests, and many suspension bridges.
Lukla is the slight lead towards Everest base camp. From Kathmandu you will take a 40 minutes scenic flight towards Lukla. While on the trail, you can take advantage by observing different types of flora and fauna. The trail will lead you to the heart of the Khumbu region called Namche Bazaar at 3,440m/11,283ft at its low point, populating the sides of a hill. After Namche you will pass by various Monasteries and pay a close attention of Sherpa people and their weird culture and tradition. You then walk through the dense rhododendron and pine forests. The trail will lead you better towards the villages of Tengboche, Dingboche and Lobuche which is breathtakingly beautiful. After days of walking you will finally gain the last but not least human settlement, the Goraksheb village. From Goraksheb, you will follow the trail to Everest base camp, en route you will view the Khumbu ice fall and the next morning you will undertake for the remain adventure to Kalapatthar at 5545m/18,187ft, from where you will have the apparent rising of the sun above the Mt. Everest and other Himalayan range.