One of the best months to witness the beauty of Nepal and enjoy the adventurous trek is November with is majestic views and perfect weather and climate.
Clear blue skies without clouds, the majestic view of the Himalayas, and little snowfall make it a perfect month for trekking. Besides that, the moderate climate adds to the beauty of the country.
Not only an adventurous trek, but Nepal is also packed with short and easy trek too. And, the interesting thing is short trek also offers you what you want in a trek; Views, nature and local people with their local cultures. If you are ready for your trek in Nepal, a trekking paradise, here are the top trekking destinations in Nepal in November.
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Annapurna is a name that comes up a lot of times when you are looking for a trekking destination in Nepal. And, that’s all not for nothing. Not only best at peak time, but Annapurna Circuit trek also offers fantastic adventure time of the year. Even though the trails can sometimes be a little slippery but the trek is worth the effort.
Once you are on your way, you will have the chance to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Annapurna Range and tasting delicious apple pie.
Besides that, after you get to the top, you can experience their local culture and taste local food as the locals will welcome you in their tea house.
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If you want to experience the suitable mix of unique culture, lavish greenery, and marvelous mountain views in a single trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek is the best bet you can go for.
Along the path, you will travel through numerous villages with rich local heritage and culture and brilliant beauty of the biological diversity of this region.
Likewise, after you get to the top, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the majestic Manaslu Mountain. As for the trekking route, the trails start from Soti Khola and ends in Larkya La Pass at the elevation of 5160m.
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One of the most beautiful places and best destinations for trekking in Langtang Valley, also known as the “Valley of glaciers.” Making the trek special is the trail that takes you along the beautiful Langtang National Park with natural greenery and unique landscape.
Once you reach Langtang valley, you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the Himalayas. What makes the trek even more worth the effort is the snow-capped view of Langtang Mountain. Besides that, the view of the sparkling glaciers counting tp more than a dozen is the additional reward of the trek.
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Looking for a short and simple trek with the best experience and fewer crowds? Mardi Himal Trek might just be the option for you. The odds are that you will have all the trails to yourself as it has opened recently, there are not many travelers. So, it’s a bonus for trekkers who want to be alone.
You will start your trek starts from Pokhara. Along the way, you will go for a Forest Camp and then a High Camp before you reach the Mardi Himal Base Camp.
Once you get to the Base Camp, you can enjoy the marvelous view of Mardi Himal, Hiunchuli, Annapurna, and Machhapuchre.
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If you want to get a hint of local Tibetan culture and also enjoy the natural beauty surrounding you throughout your trek, Tamang Heritage Trek might be the best trek for you.
The trek starts from Shyaprubesi. To reach Gatlang village, you will leave the main Langtang Valley mid-way. After you change the way, you will reach Tatopani, where you can take a hot spring bath before heading out to your destination. As you will be staying with the locals in a homestay, you will have even more chance of learning about their culture.
Besides that, you will also have some thrilling experiences with untamed wildlife in Langtang National Park and off the beaten tracks. Similarly, you will also experience the majestic view of the Himalayas, including Langtang range, Manaslu Massif, Ganesh Himal, and Jugal Himal, which will make you trek worth it.
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Set on the northern side of Annapurna massif and south to the rain shadow, the high elevation and unique landscape of Mustang with less rain makes it one of the ideal destinations for trekking in November. The trekking route starts from Kali Gandaki gorge and ends in mountain passes at 4000m.
Once you are on your way, you will travel through some stunning Buddhist villages, ancient monasteries, and hidden caves. Likewise, you will also witness the majestic view of 8000m snow-capped mountains.
Furthermore, offering you a glimpse of Tibetan culture is the forbidden kingdom of Lo Manthang, one of the main attractions of the trek.
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Looking for a trekking destination in the Himalayas of Nepal? Gokyo Valley is one of the best trekking destinations in Nepal in November. As it is the gateway to the Khumbu Himalayan Region, you are blessed with the view of the mountains. Your trekking starts from Lukla along Namche Bazar through the Dudh Koshi River.
For some attractions, you will pass through one of the biggest glaciers in the Himalayas, Nagozumpa glacier. Likewise, you will also enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the huge ice range set between Cho Oyu and Gyachung.
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If you want an easy trek which can be completed in less time, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is the trek for you. Even though it is a simple trek, it is one of the most famous treks of the country for November or any other season.
You will be able to witness the beauty of Annapurna Region with the small trek, but the main attraction which is sure to melt your heart is the mesmerizing view of the sunrise of snow-capped mountains from poon hill at 3210m.
Besides that, you will also be able to experience the hospitality and local culture and tradition of the Gurung and Magar Community.
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You might have heard about Mt. Everest. Or, maybe you know that it is the tallest mountain in the world. Regardless of whether you know a little or much about this, the trek to the foothills of Everest is one of the most famous treks for many travelers.
As for the trekking route, your trek will start from Lukla and ends in Everest Base Camp. Along the way, you will travel through the famous Sherpa Village, Namche Bazar.
Besides all these, you will also be able to get a glimpse of the local culture of the Himalayan people. Once you get to the top of Everest, you can also head to Kala Patthar, which gives you the close-up view of Everest with some other mountains.
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If you want a daring and adventurous trek with unique views, Kanchenjunga Trek is the trek you don’t want to miss. Because of its risky path, it is considered to be one of the most difficult treks. So, it is only for those trekkers who push themselves a little harder.
As for the trekking route, the journey starts from Suketar (Taplejung) and ends at Pangpema (5143m). Along the way, you will be able to enjoy forested paths, beautiful scenery, and unique landscapes.
Besides all that, you will also pass through numerous local villages inhabited by Rai and Limbu. The reward for completing the trek is lively local culture and untamed natural beauty of the region.