Trekking in Nepal in February

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Planning a trekking in Nepal in February? You have done a good decision. February falls in winter season of Nepal and still it is not recommended for trekking.

But, this doesn’t mean that you can’t do a trekking in February. There are many treks that can be doable during this month. Trekking in higher altitudes can be difficult but you can go hiking in lower altitudes. Most of the tea-houses are open by late February to provide the accommodation and food services.

Weather in February

The views of Mountains and surrounding is excellent during February. Weather is dry and crystal clear. You can enjoy the almost empty trails and tea-houses. The temperature gets warmer by the late February.

You can expect the chilling cold weather during the night time so bring the warm cloths and sleeping bag. The temperature might go down to 0 degrees in the night and an average of 10 degrees on daytime.

Due to bad weather, flights can be canceled or delayed so plan for few extra more days in your trekking schedule.

Also Visit: Winter Trekking in Nepal

Best Winter Treks in Nepal

Best trekking desnations in Nepal in February

  • Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
  • Poon Hill Trek
  • Sarangkot Dhampus Trek
  • Langtang Trek
  • Chitwan National Park & Cg Temple

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it good to visit Nepal in February?

Yes, you can visit Nepal in February and its good time for adventures and sightseeing tours. The skies are clear and with less rainfall, expect warm weather at day time while cool at night. The low altitudes are best for hiking and trekking whereas high altitudes are risk of snowfall.

Everest Base Camp trek in February Doable?

Yes, you can do Everest Base Camp Trek in February. From the middle of the February is the best for Everest Base Camp trek. The temperature is warm at day time but with the proper winter warm cloths, you can do it.

What are the best treks during February in Nepal

The short and easy treks at low altitudes are best during February in Nepal for trekking. These treks are around Kathmandu valley and Pokhara.

Nepal Tourism Activities