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Everest Region

Suggested itineraries for the most popular Trekking Peaks and Treks options in the Everest region.

Feel free to modify the trips highlighted here or make up your own itinerary. 

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Nepal has two trekking seasons; pre and post monsoon. Pre monsoon usually relates to the northern hemisphere spring up until the end of May, where as post Monsoon season starts the end of September up until mid-December. However, it is possible to climb any time between October and end of May.

Pre-monsoon weather can be mixed. Typically the day starts clear with cloud building during the afternoon, and a shower of rain or snow in the late afternoon. It is also possible to get entire weeks of clear skies. The temperatures are warmer than post Monsoon therefore it is the favored time for climbing the 8,000m peaks.

The post-monsoon season is characterized by clear skies, often for days at a time. However, the price paid for stable clear weather is much colder temperatures.

Without doubt October is the high season for trekking in Nepal, with the trails quieter in November.

Trekking Peak option

Treks options

  1. 2 Khumbu Peaks (22 days)

  2. Mera Peak (15 days)

  3. Island Peak with Everest Base Camp (21 days)

  4. Mera peak & Island peak climb (28 days)

  5. Mera Peak Climbing (23 Days)

  6. Everest base camp & Lobouche East climb (22 days)
  1. Everest Panorama (8 days)

  2. Everest base camp trek (16 days)

  3. Ultimate Everest (14 days)

  4. Complete Khumbu experience (16 days)