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Trekking In Nepal In September

Trekking in Nepal in September

September is beginning  month of peak season for Trekking In  Nepal,  The rainfall decreases significantly, resulting in clearer skies and better visibility of the stunning mountain vistas. The lush greenery, washed clean by the monsoon rain, adds to the beauty of the landscapes. The trails are less crowded compared to the peak tourist season, allowing you to enjoy the serenity of the mountains and have a more authentic experience.

With the entry of the clear autumn season, the Himalayan foothills is filled with trekkers embarking for trekking adventures. Trekking Nepal in September is simply enigmatic with its all the landscape variation of country visible.

The September weather is calm and pleasant with mild temperature all across. The time is just perfect for traversing across the trekking trail that leads to the majestic mountains. The aura of the place during September is simply pleasing with flora blossoming all over.

Also, there are various Nepalese festivals that occur during the time of September. The biggest festival of Nepalsese: Dashain is usually celebrated at the end of September. Another highly favored festival: Teej is also celebrated during this time of the year.

 Trekking In Nepal September Difficulties


Trekking in Nepal, although rewarding, comes with its fair share of challenges. The rugged terrain, high altitudes, and long hours of walking can be physically demanding. Altitude sickness is a common concern, especially when trekking to higher elevations. It is essential to acclimatize properly and listen to your body. Besides, certain treks require crossing high mountain passes, which can be strenuous and require prior experience or a guide. It’s crucial to be prepared both physically and mentally for the difficulties that may arise during your trek.

Early September Difficulty.

Apart from these, early September is the time when monsoon comes to an end. This time of the year is characterized by occasional rain showers all across. The trail might be slippery during early September which makes trekking difficult. Furthermore, there are several cases of landslide, floods in the Nepalese territory during the time period. It is paramount to take necessary precaution if you are planning your travel dates in early September. Several flight delays and rescheduling occurs in early September due to gloomy clouds wandering all over the Nepalese sky.


Other than early September, the latter time of September remains clear. The trails are dry with sunny days and exceptional views of Himalayan mountains.


 Best treks In Nepal Early September


 Nar Phu Valley Trek:

Nar Phu Valley is a hidden valley in the Manang district of Nepal. For the first part this trek takes the classic route of Annapurna Circuit Trek until Manang village then deviates towards the Nar and Phu valley. These distinct Manangi villages had not come to limelight until a decade back.

Majorly populates by the Tibetan inhabitants, Nar Phu still possess the classical walk of life of Tibetan people. Untouched by the modern sophistication, Nar Phu Valley Trek in October is perfect as the weather is calm and temperature beind moderate to mild.


Beside Nar and Phu valley that are enigmatic, along the trek you get to witness various monuments that dates back centuries. Kang La pass at 5240 meters provides for a milestone achievement during your trek. Manang is home to Milarepa cave where Milarepa is said to have meditated.


Along side picturesque mountain vista of Annapurna massifs: Annapurna II, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal, and many more, your trek to Nar Phu is sure to be filled memories. Nar Phu being in a rain-shadow area receives little to no- rainfall during early September.


Upper Dolpo Trek:

Another trekking trail that remains dry and accessible during early September is the Upper Dolpo trek. Enclosed by the towering massifs of Kanjiroba and Dhaulagiri mountains, there is no rain even during the peak monsoon season in Upper Dolpo. This region has been regarded authentic and original for its remoteness and cultural practices.

Home to several centuries old monasteries, Upper Dolpo trek is filled with aura of Bon and Buddhism. There are several Tibetan look alike villages that portrays lifestyle of Dolpali people. You being your trek from Juphal and traverse through several Dolpali villages like: Sulighat, Shey Gompa, Saldang, Bhijer, Dho Tarap making a circuit trip along Kanjirowa mountain foothills. Upper Dolpo trek in September can be a rewarding experience with clear weather and amusing experience.

Upper Mustang Trek

The Mustang region of western Nepal is located beyond the gigantic Annapurna massifs. The flatland above Dana of Myagdi district receives very little to no rainfall during August. The topography of this trek is semi-arid and the terrain is similar to desert. The sky remains clear for the most part and is free of clouds and rain most of the time. Trek to Upper Mustang during September can be an amazing feat for trekkers in Nepal.

Late September Trekking in Nepal

Late September in Nepal marks the beginning of Autumn season and is characterized by an amazing weather window. This time of the year is perfect for any treks that you may have in your mind. Please inquire with us through mail so that we can choose for a perfect trek based on your taste and preference. Here in listed are some of the treks with brief information about them:

Manaslu Circuit  Trek

Manaslu Cirucit Trek  is  another great option for adventure enthusiasts. The location being inside of a rain-shadow area receives very little rainfall. This trekking experience takes you through one of biggest Buddhists pilgrimage sites of western Nepal. Tsum valley is rarely visited by trekkers and is included under restricted area, requiring separate permit for access. Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek in August can be a great option if you are looking for August trekking in Nepal.


Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is a dream for many adventure seekers. September provides favorable weather conditions for this iconic trek. You will trek through picturesque Sherpa villages, dense forests, and glaciers, all while being surrounded by the towering Himalayas. The highlight of the trek is reaching the Everest Base Camp, where you can marvel at the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest. Since August is the end of harsh monsoon, you can make your way to the base of Everest during this time.

Langtang Trek

The Langtang Trek offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural insights. Langtang trek in September is filled with colorful rhododendron forests and blooming wildflowers. The trek takes you through traditional Tamang villages, serene valleys, and ultimately rewards you with panoramic views of majestic peaks like Langtang Lirung and Ganesh Himal.

Langtang region trek entails the typical culture of Tamang heritages. Nestled in the central north district of Rasuwa, Langtang has long been an arcadia for trekkers. Langtang trekking is a short trek that can be completed within a week. Nevertheless, the views that you will gaze upon are nowhere near other treks. The trail follows through narrow gorges of Langtang river until Ghodatabela. Then, it turns into flat valley of the higher elevation at Thangsyap, Langtang Village, Mundu before finally reaching Kyanjin Gompa. Late September trek to Langtang can be a fulfilling experience with clear weather and warm days.

Annapurna Circuit Trek


Round Trek of Annapurna has always been one of the most coveted treks in Nepal. This trek follows the pristine environment of Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) which is enriched with bio-diversity. Late September Trekking of Annapurna Circuit blossoms the area with a vibrant aura. The surrounding environment is filled with lofty mountain peaks that are enigmatic. The dense forests of the area becomes lively with astounding greenery all across.

Furthermore, ACAP is home to diverse animals including Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Langur, Goral and others. These animals are mostly visible during the autumn period and you might just get lucky. The trail during late September in this trek is dry and is accessible. The weather pattern during the period makes it highly admirable and soothing for trekkers.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek


Annapurna Base camp Trek is another enticing adventure of Western Nepal. The traverse makes its way through small hamlets of Gurung and Magar settlements in Annapurna foothills. The first stretch of Annapurna Base Camp trek passes via lower hilly villages of Jhinu,  Chommrong, Sinuwa and Bamboo.  These settlements are located right by dense Rhododendrone, Juniper, Fir and Bamboo forests. They provide for a relaxing experience alongside majestic vista of Annapurna massifs.


As you elevate higher on your September trek to Annapurna Base Camp, the landscape and terrain variates with drier landmass. The area is filled with several rocky hills and stretches that never seem to end. Followingly, we trek via Dovan, Deurali, MBC to reach Annapurna Base


Packing essentials for a September trek in Nepal:

  • Layered clothing to adapt to changing temperatures
  • Sturdy and comfortable trekking shoes
  • Warm jacket, hat, and gloves for colder nights
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat for protection against the sun
  • Waterproof and windproof outerwear
  • Sleeping bag suitable for colder temperatures
  • First aid kit and necessary medication


Safety precautions and considerations:

  • Acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water
  • Follow the guidance of experienced guides or trekking agencies
  • Respect the local culture and traditions
  • Be mindful of your physical limits and take breaks when needed
  • Purchase travel insurance that covers trekking activities and high altitude evacuation.


Trekking in Nepal in September offers a unique opportunity to explore the majestic peaks and enchanting landscapes of this Himalayan nation. The clear skies, moderate temperatures, and lush greenery create a perfect setting for an unforgettable adventure. Whether you choose the popular Annapurna Circuit Trek, the iconic Everest Base Camp Trek, the serene Langtang Valley Trek, or the remote Manaslu Circuit Trek, each trek promises breathtaking views and cultural experiences that will stay with you forever. By following the necessary precautions and being prepared, you can make the most of your September trek in Nepal and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Experience the magic of trekking in Nepal this September. Book your adventure today!


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