Annapurna base camp trek is an exciting and adventurous trek. This is a comfortable trek that can be done all round the year. But at the same time, some things will not be seen every time in 12 months. To make this trek possible, many trekkers around the world with passion gather and make an incredible journey to the Nepalese Himalayas. Annapurna Base Camp Trek in September marks a season of Autumn. This season starts for trekking people who love to trek.
Some of the trekking seasons in the Annapurna region are spring which starts from March to May, and the other one is Autumn which begins from September to November. These months are good, and a rabid crowd of tourists can be seen in this region.
We can say that September is the best month for the traveler to trek in the Annapurna base camp. You will be witnessing the most scenic views of massif Annapurna mountain ranges such as Annapurna South (7219m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mt. Annapurna (8091), Mt. Manaslu (8,156) and other many popular Himalayas surrounding peaks without having any kinds of the distraction of sky with rain and clouds.
The rain which comes during the season helps to clear all kinds of dirt and dust from the region of Annapurna. At this time, you will be experiencing the beauty of lush green jungles, landscapes, and overall green vegetation. This is what the trials have offered their guests for a long time.
You can see rivers, lakes, gorges, and waterfalls, which are almost full during September in the region of the Annapurna trail. In early September in Nepal, you will have to go through sudden rainfall in Annapurna. So that we always recommend our guests to carry one raincoat gear and possibly warm clothes by you, It will save you from night cold in the mountains.
This is the trek which is not only about the beautiful natural sceneries but also a factor like experiencing the most delicious food of the region, diverse culture and tradition, and knowing the lifestyle of people from the base.
This region will provide you with more respectful and glowing hospitality than you expected. In addition, this region is dominated mainly by the Guriungs and Tamang, but you can even find ethical groups of people.
You will be experiencing authentic food during a trek through the many settlements. In the Himalayas, people always provide you with very excellent hospitality and friendly behavior so that they can win the hearts of travelers.
In this region, they even help you to entertain by organizing a program of folk dances and singing local songs. This will help you to have a mesmerizing and enjoyable journey.
The trek will take at least 12 to 14 days as a trekking journey, and you will have an adventurous and unforgettable experience at the Annapurna base camp. This is special month and is something that all the trekkers around the world want to be familiar.
Highlights of the trek
- Breathtaking views of Annapurna mountain range and other snow-covered peaks.
- Experience the diversity of two seasons in a single trek.
- Explore and visit the religious monasteries.
- Witness the wildlife and natural beauties as the Annapurna Base Camp trek has to offer, especially in
- September because the monsoon has just passed, and the lakes, waterfalls, rivers, gorge, mountains, and landscapes are at their full glory.
- Explore the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of Tamang and Gurung society as you walk through the path.
- Trek through Annapurna Conservation Area and Annapurna Base Camp itself.
- A mesmerizing view of the sunrise from Poonhill.
- Witness the Annapurna Massif up close.
- Trek through the lush rhododendron and oaks forest.
- Make your trekking journey more peaceful and comfortable due to less crowded trails.
Annapurna Base Camp Gear List
You don’t need to bring clunky or heavy outerwear for September. Small rainproof gear that is also lightweight and warm will work. Additionally, the list is identical to the Autumn packing lists for the Annapurna base camp.
The following is a list of supplies you’ll need for the trek:
- Rain Jackets (for early September)
- Undergarment (moisture wicking)
- Hiking shorts and Lightweight trekking pants
- A sunglass with UV protection
- Sunscreen creams and lotions for your face and body (preferably with high SPF)
- Down jacket
- Sleeping bags (good quality)
- Waterproof pants
- Windproof jackets
- A pair of comfortable hiking boots
- Warm socks
- T-shirt (with and/or without sleeves)
- Fleece jackets or pullovers
- Trekking Poles (for ascents and descends)
- Basic first aid kit including bandages, some essential medicines, ointments against blisters, sprains, etc
- Refillable water bottles and water purifiers
- A day pack
- Toiletries like toothbrushes, toothpaste, towel, multipurpose soap, face, and body moisturizers, toilet rolls, wet tissue, antibacterial sanitizer gel, or hand wash.
The weather condition in Annapurna base camp during September
The weather condition in this region consists of at least two parts in the month of September. At the beginning of this September, you can also learn about the pre-monsoon rain, which lasts for two weeks. But when this month is about to get to the reaching area, it ends weather conditions and is perfect and stable.
You can do this amazing trek in the base camp of Annapurna in both kinds of weather in the month of September. There are about three weather conditions in the month of September, which are post monsoon weather, stable weather, and pre-winter weather.
The trekking trails in this region might get wet due to the rainfall. It will even make the trails a bit slippery and tough somewhere to walk. You need to be very serious about walking, which will help you be at your destination without any kind of injury.
The things mentioned above are very crucial. You should follow, enjoy, and experience in the region of Annapurna in the month of September. September is the initial month that allows tourists to get the most awaited experience in life. The most important thing about this trek is you don’t need to forget the trekking gears during the time of the trek.