Which is the Best Time for a Hike to Everest?

Trekking in Nepal

Are you looking for Hike to Everest? Then it would be best if you plan your holidays well. For the successful trekking holidays to Everest Base Camp, the weather and climate of the meantime make a difference.

Although Trekking in Nepal is best during all seasons, some months are perfect for spectacular mountain views and experiencing the mountain culture. The Autumn and Spring seasons are considered the best for trekking to Everest Base Camp. Here is detailed information about the weather and climate conditions.

Everest Hike in Autumn Season   

The Autumn season, from September to November, is the best time for making a trekking holiday in Nepal. During this time, the weather is neither hot nor cold. The sky is clear, and the climate is the best for trekking. There might be a chance of rainfall during September, but October and November are perfect weather.

October is the busiest month for Everest Base Camp trekking or hiking, so book the package in advance. Kathmandu Lukla fights and tea houses are booked in advance during this time. There might be less chance of getting a flight ticket during the peak season,

Hike to Everest in Spring Season 

Spring is the prime time for Everest Base camp trekking. After the cold winter season, the flora starts blooming around the hills, and the weather is moderate. You will have incredible Himalayan views, Sherpa cultures, and villages.

Trek to Everest Base camp during the off-seasons is also operational but not much good in views as compared to peak seasons. However, you can hike to Everest Base Camp in winter and monsoon. Due to the weather, the flights from Kathmandu to Lukla might be a chance of cancellation.

If you plan to Everest Base Camp Trek, contact My Everest Trip for successful trekking holidays in Nepal.

Puru Founder of My Everest Trip

Puru Thapaliya

My name is Puru (Purushottam Thapaliya). Since completing the Government Guide Training from Nepal’s Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation (KEEP and HRA), I have been a specialist in mountain trekking and peak climbing. With specific expertise in the Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan regions, I have now been a trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, and across the Himalayas, since 2012.