Mardi Himal Trek in Autumn

Mardi Himal Trek in Autumn

Mardi Himal  is one of the most trekked region in Annapurna Area. The trail was opened only from 2012 and number of people travelling in this region are increasing every year. Trekkers can witness majestic mountain ranges like Annapurna ranges, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and Manaslu. Apart from that trekkers will enjoy the wonderful trail covered with green forest and beautiful flowers. Here is everything you need to know about Mardi Himal trek in Autumn.

Autumn ( September, October & November ) is the peak season for trekking in Nepal. This season attracts thousands of tourist from around the globe. Because of it’s beauty and simple trail Mardi Himal is one of the most trekked region during this season. We can expect thousands of people travelling in this region in this season. Clear skies and wonderful view of mountains make this trek unique and enjoyable.

Weather of Mardi Himal Trek in Autumn (September, October & November)

Weather of Mardi Himal Trek in Autumn (September, October & November)

Autumn season is arguably the most trekked season in Nepal. September, October and November are peak months for trekking in Nepal because this season is not affected by monsoon rain and cold winter.

You will be able to view clear skies and mountain ranges from a distance. Since, this is the prime season you will be able to interact with many people and understand their culture.

This trekking season can also help solo traveler as there are many people heading towards the same destination.

Highlights of Mardi Himal Trek in Autumn

  • Crystal Clear Skies
  • Majestic views of mountain ranges.
  • Chance to understand the culture of people.
  • View majestic groping of mountains like Annapurna ranges, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and Manaslu.

Mardi Himal Trek in September

In Nepal Autumn starts from September. In early days of this month, we can experience rainfall which decreases as the days pass. But this month is still humid and it will be difficult to view clear skies or mountains during the early days.

However you can enjoy the mild rain and complete your trekking in wonderful environment.

Mardi Himal Trek in October

October is the peak month for trekking in Nepal. In this month every trekking route in Nepal is full of people which will provide a wonderful adventure. During this month the climate is clear and temperature is moderate, you can enjoy sun while trekking. You can expect clear view of mountains and the sky from the beginning of the day.

There is no rainfall during this month, you can enjoy uninterrupted view in every direction.

Mardi Himal Trek in November

Trek from Australian Camp (2100 m) to Forest Camp

November is the last month of Autumn. The early and mid November days are clear and with moderate temperature but as we come towards the end of month it starts to get cold and dry. You can expect clear views and sunshine during the afternoon but you will face cool breeze during the morning and evening.


Day 01: Half day sightseeing in Kathmandu

Day 02: Drive to Pokhara (827m) (6-7 hrs) drive

Day 03: Drive to Phedi and trek to Deurali (2100m) 30 minutes drive, (4-5 hrs) trek

Day 04: Deurali to forest camp (2520m) (6-7 hrs)

Day 05: Forest Camp to low camp (2970m) (5-6 hrs)

Day 06: Low camp to high camp (3540m) (3-4 hrs)

Day 07: High camp to upper viewpoint (4250m) return back to High Camp (2-3 hrs)

Day 08: High camp to Sidhing Village (1700m) (6-7 hrs)

Day 09: Trek to Lumre (2-3 hrs), drive to Pokhara(35 minute) drive

Day 10: Drive to Kathmandu from Pokhara


Mardi Himal Trek is beautiful and with majestic view. You can view mountains, green forests, rivers and waterfall during this trek. You will fall in love with the culture and people living here and have a different perspective at life altogether.

Autumn season is best trekking season in Nepal. Among the three months in Autumn, October is the best month to trek in this region because of it’s climate and clear view to the mountains and sky.

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