• Shankar Neupane
  • Updated on Jun 11, 2024

6 Best Summer treks in Nepal 2024

6 Best Summer treks in Nepal 2024

Have you ever gone on a summer hike in Nepal? Summer hikes provide a lot of enjoyment in addition to the sun. You don't need to consider whether it's the best time to visit Nepal; even if you just carry your bag with a map and board a flight to Kathmandu for a quick nap, you won't be disappointed because natural beauty, cultural richness, and historical insights always have something new to offer you. To help you make the most of your Nepal vacation, especially during the summer, we've compiled a list of the best 6 summer treks in Nepal.

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  1. Upper Mustang Trek: Heaven is a myth, but Upper Mustang is real! This summer, trek across Nepal's Upper Mustang region between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain range to experience exquisite trekking activities. This undiscovered Upper Mustang experience is situated in a rain shadow region and was formerly a sovereign state mostly populated by Buddhist adherents who were adherents of the antiquated Bon Po faith. Even during the monsoon, there is extremely little possibility of rain because the location is under a rain shadow. Upper Mustang Trek is the top summer destination because it offers breathtaking vistas of unusual landscapes and provides insights into rich cultural traditions while walking through lower-elevation woods, lakes, and waterfalls.
  2. Dolpo Trek: Dolpo Trek is a difficult, camping/homestay journey that is best undertaken in the summer. It is located in a secluded region. Explore the Shey Phoksundo National Park and gain a glimpse of rural life, culture, and customs while on an Upper Dolpo Trek. There will be less rain on the trails from Juphal to Jumla and more opportunity to learn about Buddhism and Hinduism. The top Long Summer trek in Nepal is the Upper Dolpo Trek. Get the chance to explore a brand-new world away from modernity by taking part in this expedition.
  3. Nar Phu Valley Trek: The Nar Phu Valley, which is northeast of Thorang La and is the route to Saribung Pass, which connects to Upper Mustang, remains unaffected by industrialization and is, of course, a less busy trekking destination. For foreigners, access to this was limited until 2002 A.D.  This is a wild and unique area of Annapurna where the Tibetan community lives nearby and works in agriculture and yaks herding. The historic Mani wall and vibrant prayer flags will greet visitors to the villages of Nar and Phu. Buddhist monasteries are another type of attraction that might ease your anxiety. 
  4. Panorama Trek of Annapurna: No of their age, interest, or degree of fitness, every ardent trekker should take advantage of the Annapurna Panorama Trek. Most tourists may attend at any time of year, even in the heat, because it is a short and simple walk. Beginning in the picturesque lake city of Pokhara, walk for a few days, and take in the magnificent dawn views over the Annapurna Himalayas. So, regardless of the season—summer, winter, or spring—, anyone may participate in the Annapurna Panorama trek.
  5. Trek to Jomsom Muktinath: The popular pilgrimage walk to Jomsom Muktinath is open year-round, even in the summer. The lengthier and more difficult Annapurna Circuit Trek also includes a segment that takes place in the holy cities of Muktinath and Jomsom. The route, which often stays dry in the summer, is where Buddhist and Hindu practices peacefully coexist. Join the Jomsom Muktinath Trek this summer to receive a blessing for you and your loved ones.
  6. Trek around the Kathmandu Valley: Around Kathmandu Valley, Trek is also an opportunity to hike close-by the capital city at Sundarijal, Chisapani, Nagarkot Hike, Dhulikhel and Panauti area gives us lots of sightseeing opportunities around UNESCO world heritage sites while immersing in the delightful and sweet magnificence of nature and culture. One great incentive to travel to Nepal in the summer for treks is the pleasant climate in Kathmandu and the surrounding regions.
Shankar Neupane

Shankar Neupane

An engineering graduate from Tribhuvan University who was passionate about trekking, climbing, and mountain tourism began his adventure trip in the Himalayas when he was still a teenager. At last, he finds a way to make his interests and pastimes pay the bills. Shankar was very impressed by the snow-capped mountains, trekking, and climbing in the Himalayas because he grew up surrounded by the Ganesh Himal and Manaslu regions.

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