26th February 2020

Everest Base Camp Trek in October and November

Among the people visiting for their holidays the Everest Base Camp in October and November. Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular and very beautiful activity in Nepal. Hikers from all over the world visit Nepal for their life-long adventure to trek to the Everest Base Camp. Trekking to the base of the highest mountain in the world is very scenic and the climbers brave.

In Nepal, October-November is the peak time for any trek due to the moderate climate and the stunning views it provides. If you’re trekking independently this season, you don’t have to be afraid to get lost at midway. You’re going to meet regular trekkers on the way that means you don’t have to travel alone. Tea houses are also available over the road at any time.

The beautiful mountains will be defined not only by the white snow and the scenery. You will also be warmly welcomed by the crystal clear eye-catching scenery of snow-capped mountains.

Panoramic views of the snow-coated peaks such as Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Nuptse, Ama Dablam and many other nearby peaks can be enjoyed here. In October you will enjoy the unique culture and cultural practice in the Himalayan region and during the trial the warm hospitality and lifestyle of the Sherpa people are also very inspiring.

When trekking from Everest Base Camp Trek in October to November, the night is getting colder and colder day by day so don’t forget to bring the warm gear to protect against cold. 

Everest base camp trek  in October and November (views)

You come to the Everest area to witness the Everest’s breathtaking vistas. And October is the season showing the crystal-clear views of the tallest peaks in the world. Because autumn comes after the monsoon season, the rain clears the soil and brings fresh sunshine and clear skies. And, the less humid surroundings offer you the sharpest view of all around you. So, you will enjoy the beautiful view of the mountains and surrounding hills.

October-November is the harvest time in the lower regions, so you’ll find local people busy in their agriculture in the lower areas of your trekking trails. This is the season when numerous flowers are blooming in the valleys, and the woods are turning dark green. You’ll have a beautiful walk around the Khumbu Valley and enjoy the Sherpa traders ‘ daily activities. You’ll also walk across the herds of yaks and pastures in higher meadows.


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