Trekking in Nepal in October

Trekking in Nepal in October

Trekking in Nepal in October

Trekking in Nepal, October is one of the best months. During October, visibility of mountains and surrounding area are very clear. it’s also the month where two most popular festivals in Nepal are celebrated – Dashain and Tihar. you’ll get a chance to celebrate together with local people. So, if you’re thinking to do trekking in Nepal in October, you have made the best decision of your life.

You have an option to choose the best trekking you can do in this season. Nepal offers a wide variety of trekking routes. On the basis of your physical fitness, budget, number of days and groups. You can choose the best one that is short and easy for you. Besides trekking, you can do various other adventurous activities from short hiking to expedition along with Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and explore the wildlife.

Weather at Everest Base Camp  

During a day, expect the weather to be around 20-25 degree Celsius because of the sunny and clear sky.  Whereas, during the night, temperate fall down to 5-10 degree Celsius. As we ascend to higher altitude, the temperature drops down and while descending to a lower altitude, the temperature goes up.

Above weather are extracted from a couple of weather statistics and will be used for an assumption. So, that you will get a basic idea about the what will be weather in October month in Nepal.

4 Best Treks in Nepal During October

14 Day, Everest Base Camp Trek in October

Everest Base Camp Trek (5364 meters), is one of the most chosen trekking destinations by trekkers around the world. EBC trek provides a splendid view of mesmerizing Himalayan scenery, a moment to observe lifestyle of Sherpa people; the world great climbers, exploring to Everest base camp through one of the world heritage sites (Sagarmatha National Park), to view different flora and fauna that are found nowhere in the globe and the ancient big monasteries that existed for many years.

Everest Base Camp Trek Route

  1. Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal 1400m
  2. Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding 2650m
  3. Trek to Namche Bazar 3440m
  4. Day hike around Namche Bazar 3440m
  5. Trek to Tengboche 3876m
  6. Trek to Dingboche 4410m
  7. Day hike around Dingboche 4410m
  8. Trek to Lobuche 4936m
  9. Trek to Gorak Shep. Visit Everest Base Camp 5180m
  10. Trek to Kala Pathar. Back to Pheriche 4230m
  11. Trek to Namche Bazar 3440m
  12. Trek to Lukla 2860m
  13. Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu 1400m
  14. Departure from Nepal

15 Day, Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna Circuit Trek is located in Annapurna region, which is highly recognized and spectacular region. This region has a popular trekking route since it opened to foreign trekkers in 1977. The highest point of the trek is Thorong La Pass (5,416 meters) at the top of the valley. Due to its altitude sometimes it is difficult while crossing the pass, and the circuit is usually walked in a clockwise direction.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Route

  1. Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal 1400m
  2. Drive to Bhulbhule and trek to Nagdi 920m
  3. Trek to Chamje 1400m
  4. Trek to Dharapani 1960m
  5. Trek to Chame 2710m
  6. Trek to Pisang 3300m
  7. Trek to Manang 3550m
  8. Explore around Manang 3550m
  9. Trek to Yak Kharka 4000m
  10. Trek to High Camp 4800m
  11. Trek to Muktinath via Thorong La Pass 5416m
  12. Trek to Jomsom 2700m
  13. Fly / drive to Pokhara 820m
  14. Fly / drive back to Kathmandu
  15. Departure from Nepal

14 Day, Manaslu Circuit Trek in October

Manaslu Circuit trek starts with the magnificent views of Mt. Manaslu (8163 meters), the eighth tallest peak in the world, associated with a chance to witness the rich local culture, heritage and biological diversity of the region. The highest point of Manaslu trek is the ‘Larkya La Pass (5160m)’ which is widely believed to be one of the exciting passes crossing the Mountains.

Manaslu Circuit Trek Route

  1. Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal 1400m
  2. Drive to Sotikhola 710m
  3. Trek to Machha Khola 900m
  4. Trek to Jagat 1410m
  5. Trek to Deng 1804m
  6. Trek to Namrung 2630m
  7. Trek to Sama Gaun 3530m
  8. Day Hike around Sama Gaun 3530m
  9. Trek to Samdo 3860m
  10. Trek to Larkya Base Camp 4460m
  11. Trek to Bimthang via Larkya La 5160m
  12. Trek to Dharapani 1900m
  13. Drive to Kathmandu 1400m
  14. Departure from Nepal

10 Day, Langtang Valley Trek in October

Langtang valley is the most amazing valley of Langtang region, where you can visit the Langtang National park and then trek to the end of the valley to view wonderful monastery Kyangjin Gompa (3800m) and the Himalayas. It has been one of the demanded and well-loved trekking routes by trekkers around the world.

Langtang Valley Trek Route

  1. Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal
  2. Drive to Syabrubesi 1550m
  3. Trek to Lama Hotel 2380m
  4. Trek to Langtang Village 3200m
  5. Trek to Kyangjin Gompa 3870m
  6. Explore Kyangjin Ri / Tserko Ri 4500m / 5000m
  7. Trek to Lama Hotel 2380m
  8. Trek to Syabrubesi 1550m
  9. Drive to Kathmandu 1400m
  10. Departure from Nepal

The above information is a guide standard template of what we provide. These itineraries can be customized according to your travel dates and duration of your holiday. We have many options for longer / shorter visits based on your interests and budget. 

Tips: Trekking in Nepal in October

During October month, humidity is high on the day and bit chilly weather in the night get ready to experience the local festival vibe during October. Most popular festivals; Dashain and Tihar are widely celebrated all over Nepal.

While not booking on time, food and Accommodation during trekking gets packed up due to the crowd. Early booking is always a great idea to make the trip organized

Pre-booking the trip will provide an affordable price as well as proceed with the necessary arrangement such as; guide and porter, flight ticket, hotels and vehicle will be managed

For trekking clothes and types of equipment to bring, you can check the trekking gear checklist HERE.


October is known as the best month for trekking in Nepal. So, if you have questions or anything in mind please contact us.

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