Mardi Himal is a mysterious mountain in the Annapurna Region with off-the-beaten trails. This trek is easy to moderate. Before any trek, the weather should be checked. The trekking would be more challenging if you didn’t do so. 

Learn about details of the Mardi Himal Trek Weather throughout the year. There are four seasons in Nepal. The weather and temperature vary according to different seasons. Which one is favorable for trekking? You will get an answer by the end of this blog!

Trekking Mardi Himal in Spring

Spring is the best time to trek Mardi Himal. The temperature is moderate, neither hot nor cold. The average temperature is 17 degrees. The days are warmer, and the nights are colder. March, April, and May cover the spring season.

The weather is just perfect for trekking. The trails are in the best condition. The flora and fauna come into new life. So, you will see blooming flowers and vegetation along the trail. It makes landscapes more beautiful. Rhododendron is the common flower you get to see throughout the journey.

You can see panoramic views of snow-capped mountains. The snow begins to melt. The clear sky provides a picturesque view. You can enjoy wildlife coming out to sunbathe. This makes your journey more cheerful. 

It is very comfortable to trek in Spring. Many trekkers aim to trek in this season. So, trails are busy. You can also face queues and need more rooms for night stays. It’s better to pre-book your accommodation. 

Spring means longer days, so you get to explore more in sunlight. There is no chance of rainfall or snowfall. That’s why there are no obstructions in passes. You can enjoy your trek comfortably.

Trekking Mardi Himal in Autumn

Autumn is another peak season for trekking. The weather is moderate and stable. September, October, and November are three months of Autumn. It is a bit chillier than Spring but tolerable. 

It comes after the monsoon. The rain clears out the sky, making it perfect for views in Autumn. You can enjoy sunrise and sunset through majestic mountains every day. Your day starts and ends beautifully. Not to mention, your journey is also going to be grand. 

The average temperature during the daytime is 20 degrees and -5 degrees at night. Mornings and nights are colder, but days are warmer. Among the three months, October is the best month. 

There is a minimum chance of rainfall in early September, and late November is colder. So, in between, you can trek anytime for perfect weather. This weather invites lots of trekkers. 

The trails are busy. It is challenging to get a room at night. So, you should pre book it. It may be quite disturbing along the journey. But you get to make new friends. 

Trekking Mardi Himal in Summer

Summer is the worst time for trekking. It is the hottest season of the year with scorching sun. It is very uncomfortable to trek during summer; you will be all sweaty. The temperature ranges from 10 to 23 degrees during the day. 

The temperature drops a bit during the night. It ranges from 5 to 10 degrees during the night. The landscapes are nice and beautiful, but the rain makes the journey challenging. It rains almost every day, mainly in July. 

The trails are muddy and slippery because of continuous rainfall. I never dry out. There is a high risk of injury from slipping. You can see leeches and mosquitoes that will make your journey more uncomfortable.  

Many trekkers avoid this season. It is not crowded. So, no disturbance, but we don’t recommend this season. You can get discounts on night stays. But flights may get canceled due to rain, and landslides are highly likely.

Trekking Mardi Himal in Winter

 Winter is very cold. It could be more favorable for trekking. December, January, and February are the months of Winter. The morning and night are extremely cold. Days are a bit warmer if the sun shines. Or else the weather remains gloomy and cloudy all day. 

The snowfall makes the weather more freezing. This harsh weather is unbearable. You can view a winter wonderland, but it comes at a price. There is a high chance of an avalanche, a risk to your life. 

The temperature ranges from 9 to 12 degrees during daytime. At night, the temperature drops up to -5 degrees. The trails are covered with snow and very slippery. 

It is not recommended to trek in this season. Your backpack is very complicated, including snow boots and insulating jackets. The tails are not busy due to its harsh weather. 


Therefore, you can choose the season you want. But Spring and Autumn are most recommended if you want a comfortable trek. Trekking in summer and Winter is very risky. Still, if you want adventure, you can go for it.

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