Khumbu trekking is flexible from February to May and from September to December. During these seasons, Khumbu trekking is at its peak. These months lie within the four major seasons of the Solu Khumbu region Nepal, i.e., Spring, Autumn, Winter, Summer. Spring includes the months of March, April, and May. During spring, the weather is clear, offers imperial sunny rays, mountain fringes, incorporating colorful floras. So, due to this, it offers trekkers with high spiritualism to stretch forward in majestic landscapes of Everest base camp. Likewise, Autumn offers another best time for trekkers to visit Everest. Autumn season includes September, October, and November, which are very significant months for Khumbu trekking. Season of Autumn admits majestic vives of landscapes, convincing weather, ever-glowing sites of Namche, with high mountain cliffs. Thus, it’s a prominent season that recognizes the best scenic time to visit Khumbu.
In addition to this, winter includes the month of December, January, and February. While winter weather is quite colder, the environment remains foggy, so trekking is not that popular. However, tea houses, lodges in Namche, Gokyo, and other pathways are open all year round. So, during December and February, determined trekker proceeds towards Khumbu trekking.
Summer in the Solu Khumbu region Nepal roams between the end of May to the end of August. Early May is flexible for Khumbu trekking. However, the end of May and till the completion of August encounters the peak of Summer. Days are hotters while morning, evening, and nights are colder during Summer.