पर्यटन बजार१२ मंसिर २०७६, बिहीबार मा प्रकाशित
November28, 2019 Nepal Trekking Season generally known best as two seasons after falls and after the winter. The following month mid of September to mid of December consider ever best season of trekking in Himalayas. During this period of months have pleasant climate condition not so hot and cold and visibility of mountain are crystal clear. There is another best season of trekking Nepal after winter when sun getting more warmer in spring time may trekkers to Himalayas can again enjoy comfortable climate condition. In spring season in Nepal many different types of flowers bloom both trees and ground and it is also the best time to climb up peaks for expedition.
Spring season (March –June) Trekking Himalaya in Nepal
Spring dances ever higher, painting the rhododendron hillsides. The arriving warmth generates staggering cloud formations and the occasional pre-monsoon downpour everyone dives into the nearest house to wait for the squalls out over tea. Some days are staggeringly fine, but often the views cloud is around lunchtime or in the afternoon, great for reading and relaxing and just when you begin to worry about tomorrow, mostly the evenings turn sparklingly clear. This is the second traditional trekking season, and definitely less crowded but still a great time to trek. March and April are often drier than May, but May has the advantage of more alpine flowers.
The monsoon summer (June- August) Season Trekking Himalaya in Nepal
June at low altitude the heat stifles. Clouds billow ever higher cumulating in crescendos of rain. The downpours are usually brief leaving plenty of time to admire more than just the forces of nature. Kathmandu is sticky, with rain as a relief and, in the Terai, elephants rather than jeeps are used for crossing the swollen rivers. The jungle is lush, vibrant and tropical. In the high rain-shadow areas it is surprisingly pleasant, balmy with only occasional showers. It is a time for wandering among the flower carpets and vivid colors while the locals are absorbed in the traditional cycles of agriculture. Tibet and Ladakh are barely affected by the monsoon.
Autumn – perfect trekking – (September- December)
This is classic trekking season, famed for clear skies and fantastic fine weather. September through to December is also the busiest period with the teahouse regions brimming with trekkers. This is the season to head off the beaten track, to Kanchenjunga Circuit, Manaslu Circuit, Around Dhaulagiri Circuit, etc.
The long fine periods are occasionally broken for a day or two by a front sweeping overhead causing high cloud or cloud banks that roll up the valleys, and then usually clear at altitude with the sunset. The odd stronger front brings a spot of wet weather as well but it is impossible to tell even the locals can’t whether a front contains rain. Barring unusual conditions during this trekking season perhaps two or three periods of showers and drizzle, or short-lived snow at altitude, can be expected. In an odd year, there is a perpetual high cloud and less than crystal clear skies.
In the low country, evenings are balmy while in the middle hills they are pleasantly chilly. Above the tree line (4000m) nights are sharp and below freezing, early morning sun is particularly welcome.
Winter – white Christmas and New Year Trek
Fresh evenings and pleasant days characterize the trekking in the foothills of traveling become pleasant. While trekking although winter, the weather is at its finest and driest; great conditions. It is the nights that are cold. In the middle hills nights are a crisp cool and clear, the high country the air is tinkling sharp and the stars have that crystal twinkle. Temperatures drop below freezing every night. Higher up after a snowfall the Mt Everest region is reliably accessible and pleasant. Mostly fine, any light snow clears quickly while the deeper powder, yak-tracked, rarely slows us. Merry White Christmas.