Nepal has 4 distinctive seasons and each season has its focal points and downsides from trekking viewpoint.
The perfect time for trekking is during spring (February through May) and harvest time (September through November). Warm days and clear skies make these seasons positive and to a great degree charming for trekking.
Fall is supported by trekkers on the grounds that after storm period the air is clear with awesome perceivability.
Spring is supported by climbers in light of the fact that the ice and snow are more steady and trips are more dependable.
Winter period December and January can be very chilly at high heights however bring down rises are exceptionally charming for hiking and trekking on the grounds that mellow cool climate makes it extremely agreeable for walking.
The late spring, storm season keep going for three months, i.e. June, July and August. During this period, trekking is conceivable in the rain-shadow locales north of the Himalaya, similar to Mustang, Dolpo, Humble and the Jumla-Rara Lake districts of Nepal and obviously a few areas of Tibet.
Autumn time Season (Mid September to November):
Following the rainstorm the skies are for the most part clear, the days warm and the evenings cool. This makes a perfect time to trek or move at higher elevations. Harvest time is viewed as the best time for trekking in Nepal, which offers brilliant climate and exciting mountain sees. Temperatures are direct, making it a decent time for a trek in any district. Infrequent short tempests may dump snow at high elevations. Pre-winter is the most well known season in Nepal for trekking and Mountaineering albeit a few mountains might be in a superior climbing condition in spring period.
Winter Season (December to February):
By and large you will appreciate the unmistakable skies with fresh days yet cool evenings at higher height. This is a decent time for trek on lower and mid elevations, where the temperature still remains charming and with less trekkers on the trail. This season is noted for intermittent snowfall just at higher heights consequently it makes crossing higher passes troublesome and unsafe.
Spring Season (March to May):
Spring is the season flawless to appreciate dynamite mountain verdure with the blossoming of the monster rhododendrons; days are becoming hotter making higher height trekking specifically agreeable. This is the one of the best season among the year for any trekking reason, offering diverse assortments of wild blossoms, uncommonly the rhododendrons making the slope over 2500 meters red hot red. It is a decent time to take a trek to the Everest Base Camp.
Summer Season (June to September):
Summer months truly continue up to mid-September, when storm ordinarily closes, making travel wet and warm. These circumstances are a blessing for the sharp botanist or picture taker as the higher valleys and glades bloom with blossoms and rich vegetation making this the ideal time to catch Nepal in all its full excellence.
The main territories unaffected by rain are the rain-shadow locales north of the Himalayas: Mustang, Dolpo, Humble and the Jumla-Rara Lake districts of Nepal and obviously a few areas of Tibet.