The Everest Base Camp trek in November can be a rewarding experience. However, it is essential to be aware of weather conditions and other factors that can affect your trip.

Some information that help you to plan your hike ebc in November:


November is considered the end of autumn in the Everest region. The weather is generally cold, especially at higher altitudes. During the day, temperatures can range from -5°C to 10°C (23°F to 50°F) and the nights can be much colder, falling below freezing. However, the sky is usually clear blue, offering great views and stunning views of the surrounding peaks.


November is a popular time to travel to Everest Base Camp, so you can expect moderate traffic on the trail. However, it is usually less crowded than the peak seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to October).

Trekking conditions:

Trails to Everest Base Camp in November are usually well-defined and easily accessible. However, as you get to higher altitudes, there can be occasional snowfall, especially towards the end of the month. It is essential to be prepared for changing weather conditions and to have the appropriate equipment such as warm clothing, sturdy hiking boots, and trekking poles.


Teahouses along the Everest Base Camp Trail are generally open through November. However, due to moderate hikers, reservations are recommended to ensure availability. As you reach higher altitudes, the number of teahouses may decrease and facilities may become more basic.

Altitude and climate adaptation:

Altitude sickness is a concern when climbing in the Everest region. Proper adaptation is important to reduce risk. The standard walking route allows you to have acclimatization days at Namche Bazaar (3,440 meters) and Dingboche (4,410 meters). Take your time, maintain a steady pace, stay hydrated, and listen to your body.

Tour guide and Porter:

Hiring an experienced guide and/or porter is a personal choice. Guides can provide valuable information about the area, help with navigation, and ensure your safety. Porters can help you carry heavy backpacks, making your hiking trip more comfortable.

Remember that the trek to Everest Base Camp requires good physical fitness, mental preparation, and proper planning. You should consult with experienced climbing agencies, check for the latest weather updates and obtain the necessary permits before starting your journey. 

What else you can do in Nepal during November?

Nepal offers many activities and destinations to explore beyond the Everest Base Camp hike. Here are some options for things to do in Nepal in November:

Annapurna circuit trek:

The Annapurna circuit trek is another popular trekking route in Nepal. November is a great time to take this trip as the usually clear weather offers stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.

Manaslu Circuit trek

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a challenging and engaging adventure that takes you around the majestic Mount Manaslu in western Nepal. This far and few visitors offers a unique and authentic experience for hikers looking for a wild adventure. For about 14-18 days, you’ll cruise through diverse landscapes that include rice terraces, deep gorges, and picturesque Tibetan-influenced villages like Sama Gaon and Samdo. The highlight of the hike is crossing the majestic Larkya La Pass, which sits 5,160 meters (16,930 feet) high, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. 

Chitwan National Park:

Located in southern Nepal, Chitwan National Park is famous for its rich biodiversity and wildlife. November is an ideal time to visit as the weather is pleasant. You can go on safaris, elephant rides, bird-watching tours and even spot the endangered one-horned rhinoceros and Bengal tiger.


Pokhara, known as the gateway to the Annapurna region, is a beautiful lakeside city with stunning mountain views. In November, you can go boating on Phewa Lake, visit the Peace Pagoda, explore the International Mountain Museum, go paragliding or just relax and enjoy the serene atmosphere.

Kathmandu Valley:

The Kathmandu Valley is a cultural hub with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient temples and bustling markets. November brings pleasant weather for exploring Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and historic Patan. You can visit Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) and enjoy traditional Nepali food.

Helicopter flights:

If you prefer a shorter experience and better scenery, you can choose to go by helicopter. These tours offer panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, without the physical exertion of walking.

Adventure activities:

Nepal is famous for extreme sports. In November, you can go rafting on the Trishuli or Seti rivers, bungee jumping in Bhote Koshi, ziplining in Pokhara or mountain biking on the many scenic trails. Cultural festival:

November in Nepal is marked by the celebration of various cultural festivals including Tihar (also known as Diwali), one of the biggest Hindu festivals. You can witness lively street decorations, cultural performances and experience the festive spirit.