Everest Base Camp Trekking In November

  • Jul 22, 2019
  • Rajesh Thapaliya
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The Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks, not just in Nepal but all around the world. The mystical Himalayas, beautiful sceneries, and the unique Sherpa culture have helped attract a large number of travellers. As such, November is one of the best months to go for this trek. Everest Base Camp Trek in November offers a pleasant climate, neither too hot nor too cold. The sights of the Himalayas on the trek are clearer and the trails itself are suitable for steady walks.

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Everest
Mt. Everest

November offers a delightful combination of slightly chilly weather and adventurous trekking. The autumn peaks at November and begins to welcome the arrival of winter. As such, it is slightly colder than in other autumn months (September and October). The highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek in November are:

  • Picturesque view of the great Everest and other peaks
  • The mesmerizing view of the Everest from Kalapatthar (5545 meters)
  • Unique Himalayan flora and fauna of the Sagarmatha National Park
  • Moderate climate with pleasant chills throughout the trekking days

Everest Base Camp Trek Weather in November

Everest Base Camp Trek in November offers ideal weather condition. Due to the pleasant weather condition, it is also the peak trekking season. The weather is dry and clear with minimum chances of rainfall. This ensures crystal clear views of the Himalayas. However, the weather in high altitudes may be unpredictable with possibilities of snow as well. Regardless, the weather is relatively ideal for trekking in the month of November. Find here the detail information about the Everest base camp trek weather 

Everest Base Camp Trek Temperature in November

With November, autumn nears its end and winter makes its way into the Everest region. November has the best temperature in comparison to other months. The temperature gradually decreases as you ascend. The days are warm and enjoyable whereas the morning and nights are slightly chilly but endurable. Above 4,000 meters, the temperature drops down distinctly.

Accommodation and Food on the EBC Trek in November

You will find tea houses and lodges in abundance on the trek. Although the rooms are not high-end, they are good enough to keep you warm and comfortable. You will find ample lodges and teahouses in lower altitudes but, as you ascend higher, there is lesser number of available accommodation. Since November is a peak month for Everest treks, you may not find vacant rooms. Thus, you must book your rooms in advance. In some cases, you might have to share your room with others. It is also wise to bring your own sleeping bag during the peak season.

For breakfast, most of the lodges and tea houses serve bread, pancake, jam, butter, eggs, and coffee in general. Similarly, for lunch and dinner, you have the general options of Momo, Dal Bhat set, Garlic soup, Sherpa curry, etc. Again, the food won't be very appealing but, it sure is hearty and tasty.

Namche Bazar
Namche Bazar

Difficulties on the Everest Base Camp Trek in November

Reaching the Everest Base Camp is definitely not an easy task, and requires a lot of determination and patience. As you ascend to the higher altitude, the threat of altitude sickness also rises. Acclimatization is key on the Everest Base Camp Trek and you should always be wary of the symptoms of altitude sickness. Since you cannot carry your luggage while climbing higher and higher, you might need porter or yaks. Finally, in the peak season of November, you might have a hard time getting a room. In that case, you should either book a room earlier or be comfortable to share your room with other trekkers.

List of required equipment

The trails on the Everest Base Camp Trek begin to see the effects of changing of the season in the late-November. As such, trekkers should pack their luggage accordingly. Carrying warm clothing can come in handy as the mornings and nights are cold, regardless of the season. Here are some of the necessary things you should pack:

  • Sleeping bag
  • Wind stopper (waterproof)
  • Lightweight cotton shirt
  • Undergarments
  • Warm trousers
  • Comfortable hiking shoes

Similarly, trekkers can also include items like waterproof Rucksack bag, Water bottle, Sun cream, UV sunglasses, Suncap or hat, Guidebook or maps, Gloves, Power bank, and Toiletries. Detail about the Everest base camp trek gear list is here.

Conclusion

November is the perfect season thus the peak season for the trekkers to undertake the Everest Base Camp Trek. The favourable weather and temperature will play a significant role in giving you an absolutely mesmerizing experience. In addition, they make the scenery clear to view the stunning, flawless panoramic views of the Everest and the neighbouring ranges. The glorious feeling of reaching the laps of the Everest is truly a surreal feeling that will echo in your memories throughout your life.

Rajesh Thapaliya

Rajesh Thapaliya

Namaste! I am Rajesh, Nepal travel blogger providing Nepal travel tips to the travellers who are planning to travel Nepal and know about Nepal.

I am a tourism service provider in Nepal So far, I have been to the Nepalese Himalayan base camps as a tour leader and collected lots of information about the Nepalese Himalayas. You can find my experiences in my travel blogs so it may make a lot easier you to travel to Nepal.

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I was born in the countryside and finished my high school from there. After my high school, I came in Kathmandu and started to work as a trekking porter then I improved my English and started to work as a trekking guide at the same time I was a university student. While I was working as a tour leader, I visited all the Himalayan base camps in Nepal and collected lots of information about these areas. So my work inspired me to write and provide information about travelling Nepal to the visitors.