Nepal hosts most of the tallest peaks in the world. There is Mt. Everest, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Makalu and Mt. Kanchenjunga.
Nepal is a trekker’s dream destination. Here you have the flexibility of choosing treks that last from 3 days to 3 months. Because of the varied elevation, and therefore climate, no seasons are off seasons for trekking in Nepal.
Of course, there are some popular seasons and there are not so popular seasons for trekking. Himalayan treks in completely possible.
June is fairly hot in Kathmandu, which is both the capital city and also the business hub of the country. Kathmandu is a mid-hill valley.
In June the temperature of Kathmandu has a high of around 29 degrees in the mid-day while at nights that temperature drops to an average of 18 degrees.
June is the monsoon season in Nepal. The rainfall varies from around 200 cm to 400 cm. In rain shadow areas that amount is less than 50 cm.
Most of the trails in June are muddy so pick your gears accordingly. The mountains may not have their best look but rain shadows are on their best.
If you want to trek in Nepal in June, here are our recommendations.
- Upper Mustang Trek
- Annapurna Circuit Trek
- Nar Phu Valley Trek
- Everest Base Camp Trek
- Dolpo Circuit Trek
On your trails, you can expect lots of rain, mud, lush vegetables and less crowded trails.