Trekking In Nepal

The best way to experience Nepal’s wealth of scenery, bio-diversity and mix culture is to walk through them, which is possible through trekking. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracts. It can range in difficulty from an easy trek or hike around the Kathmandu or Pokhara valley to a strenuous multi day expedition to the secluded remotes of the country.
The trekking scenario of Nepal has been changing due to the development of infrastructures as far as in the remote areas. The emergence of teahouses, communication booth ( sometimes cyber cafes ), and heath posts have contributed a lot to the trekking.

Weather: The usual trekking season lasts from October to May. However, October and November are the best months to trek. During the months the skies are generally clear and good views are possible. Above 3000 m the temperature often goes below freezing.

December and January are the coldest months. Temperature constantly plunges below freezing at night above 3000 m. There is also little snowfall in high altitude. February and March bring warm weather. Birds and flowers, especially the rhododendrons are in full bloom at the lower altitudes. April and May are less suitable for trekking because of heat. Likewise, trekking in the monsoon ( June till the end of September ) is little difficult due to the rain. Leeches abound. However, the flora are at their most colorful.