• Modified on Dec 16, 2021

You have decided that you will be doing Everest Base Camp Trek in Autumn. Now you want to know precisely how it feels to be trekking in this season but you are unfamiliar with the essence of trekking in Everest Base Camp in Autumn? This blog then mainly focuses on you.

The months of September, October, and November invite the arrival of the autumn season in Nepal. During this season you will be blessed with the change of green into shades of orange, unbelievably blue sky, and squeaky-clean landscape. Savor the best landscape and unmatched trekking adventure with us in Autumn Season.

September means a reduction in rainfall in the Nepal Himalayas, which results in drives in the opening of the Everest Base Camp Trek. So, it is basically a win-win situation for trekking lovers. The clear views; the blue sky and star-lit in the nighttime; and the lush green surrounding make it perfect for those who enjoy picture-taking along with adventure.

The best part about Everest Base Camp Trek in Autumn is that trekking starts in all the Himalayan regions of Nepal. Due to heavy rains, it may become very hard in the off-season but in Autumn trek will be fun for adventurers.

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Why Everest Base Camp Trek in Autumn?

When dazzling white peaks embellish the sky when the forest exchanges its green dress for a colorful coat and the ground is covered in leaves and grasses autumn has arrived. The temperatures in Everest Base Camp are cooler, the physical activity is a little easier again and nature has a joy before it goes into hibernation.

In the morning, the landscape is often hidden behind a dense haze, which the sun lifts with its increasing radiance. A beautiful autumn day is coming.

Why should you love autumn as much as summer? The Eurohike team can immediately think of three reasons why the golden season is perfect, especially for hiking tours. Be curious, and now read the best reasons to take a hiking holiday in autumn.

  • Witness the close view of the highest mountain in the world, Everest, and other peaks such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Lobuche.
  • Experience the lifestyle of the Sherpa culture.
  • Beautiful Forests and green trails inside Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Festival season in Nepal.
  • Low risk of any disaster and discouraging happenings.
  • Moderate temperatures.
  • Colorful natural backdrop.

Everest Base Camp Trek in September

September Everest Base Camp marks the end of the monsoon and the starting of Autumn. You can experience mild rainfall during early September – usually in the late afternoon or evening.

But by mid-September, rainfall clams, and the temperature becomes mild. The sky offers a clear view of the mountains.

Everest Base Camp Trek in October

October is, in fact, the best time for Everest Base Camp, as the weather is mild and stable. The sky is clear and it is neither too cold nor too hot.

The trail slowly starts to overflow with tourists and adventurers. You might have to pre-book your transportation and accommodations so that it will not be full. Mild temperatures, soft wind, and low precipitation make October an excellent trekking season.

Everest Base Camp Trek in November

November in Everest Base Camp marks the ending of the Autumn season. It is still a perfect time for trekking but the later days get colder and drier. The greens that grew during the monsoon fade to golden, showing a spectacular contrast against the crystal blue skies, grains are ripening in the enclave.

Basanta Lamsal

Basanta Lamsal

Basanta is the author who inspires and motivates his readers with enthusiasm and dedication. He works as a travel writer and editor for The Himalayan Odyssey. He covers the various topics of Nepal with his clean and visually appealing writing — rich and descriptive —he lures his readers in. Full of travel tips, and amazing writing his articles appeared sound advice and consistent content.

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