Nepal is recognized the “Trekkers Paradise” all over the world for a reason. The geography of the nation not just paves your way to some of the best base camps (including Mount Everest), but also provides a variety of trekking trails (Manaslu trek, ghorepnai trek, Annapurna trek, etc) that proffers visitors a once-in-a-lifetime chance to explore the hidden jewels inside the area of 1,47,181km2.
To maximize their times in these trails, most hikers all over the globe prefer to trekking in Nepal throughout the peak trekking months: spring (Mar-May) & autumn (mid Sept to Dec). These months are pretty supportive in regards of weather, trail, and visibility. Henceforth, a majority of the hikers plan their hiking holiday in Nepal throughout these months of the year. Because of this, most popular hiking routes in the Everest, Langtang and Annapurna provinces are swarmed with hikers from all over the globe. However, this number sharply reduces throughout other months of the year. This takes place because not many trekking lovers know that Nepal trekking is feasible all through the year. In fact, there’re several trekking routes in Nepal that aren’t affected by the climate & can be programmed anytime of the year.
Some of the all-time-possible and all-time-beautiful treks in Nepal:
Jomsom Family Trek, also known as the Jomsom Muktinath Trek, north of Pokhara, is another short, year-round trek in Nepal.
Annapurna Panorama Trek is also a popular off-season trekking tour in Nepal. Suggested by the name itself, the panorama of Annapurna is the main highlight of this trek & Poon Hill is the finest view point to relish this panorama.
Like the Everest View Trek, Everest Panorama Trek is yet another best off-season trek in the Khumbu province of Nepal. This trek will pursue the Everest view trek trail till Namche Bazaar & then take tourists further up to the height of 3,876m, ‘Tengboche’, a popular Buddhist monastery on top of the Sherpa capital Namche Bazaar.