Weather and Climate in Nepal

Weather and Climate in Nepal Himalaya

Nepal’s weather and Climate differ from elsewhere due to the Himalayan country of the world. It has three different levels of geographical landscape. Lowland region, the hilly region, and the Himalayan region. There are climatic variations in each region. Lowlands are warm, hilly areas are moderate, and Himalayan regions are cold. The weather frequently changes in mountain regions, even several times a day.

It may not be the same weather as forecasted. Here are the temperature and climatic variations in the Annapurna, Everest, and Mountain ranges of  Nepal: contact us for more information about the Weather and Climate in Nepal over the years.

Weather and Climate in Nepal Himalaya in Autumn

Autumn is Nepal’s primary trekking season. The weather is crystal clear from morning to evening during this season, so the Himalayan views are breathtaking. The days are pretty warm, and the nights get cold on the mountain range. However, the trails are always busy with foreigners in major trekking areas.

Weather and Climate in Nepal Himalaya in Winter

Winter is the quiet, low season for trekking because the weather is cold in the Himalayas, and there is heavy snowfall. However, easy and short trekking can be done at this time. Days are short and chilling. Places of low altitude and cultural visits are popular in winter. If you still love extra adventure, you may select trekking in the Annapurna and Langtang Everest regions. Another good thing is fewer crowded people at lodges and trails.

Weather and Climate in Nepal Himalaya at Spring

Spring is a very suitable season for Nepali travel. It is when trees, meadows, and forests begin to be green everywhere. It can occasionally rain around the evening and during the day. It is the big season of blooming flowers in the forest, including Rhododendrons and bush flowers. April is also a good time for the high passes trekking and climbing peaks. So, Spring is the best choice for trekkers and climbers after autumn due to the fine weather.

Weather and Climate in Nepal Himalaya during the Monsoon

The Bay of Bengal in India determines the Monsoon of Nepal. Monsoon season (June to July) was used as the offseason due to the muddy trails and frequently falling landslides. Now, climate change has made trekking possible, even in the Monsoon. The season is suitable for trekking in the Himalayan rain shadow area.

Monsoon season is an excellent time to explore the forbidden kingdom of Upper Mustang, sacred pilgrimage destination Muktinath, Jomsom, and other trails in the Annapurna region. These places are rich in natural and cultural heritage. Dolpo and Tibet are other options to explore during the Monsoon.

Best weather and climate in Nepal Himalaya

Nepal is a small country in the world, But you may travel to Nepal from the first week of March to the end of May and the first week of September to the end of December again; these are Nepal’s best trekking weather and climate. However, it would be best to wear warm clothes when traveling or trekking in the Nepal Himalayas.

Boundless Adventure provides down jackets and a sleeping bag for trekking in the Nepal Himalayas, but you must bring the rest of the trekking equipment with you.

If climbing ice climbing (climbing peak or expectations ), you need the best climbing equipment, like tents. Otherwise, it may lose to the strong winds, and you will be cold. We will provide you with some more climbing gear from the company, which you must return to us at the end of the trip to Kathmandu.


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