Pachermo Peak In Autumn

8 May 2024 Prakash Devkota

Pachermo Peak In Autumn

Autumn is one of the peak trekking and mountaineering seasons in the Himalayas, with temperate climates. The clear skies, stable weather, crisp air, mild temperature, bright sunshine, long days, colorful scenery, etc, are the features of this beautiful fall season. Due to dry weather, the trekking trails leading to the base camp of Pachermo Peak and climbing routes to its summit are usually clean and well-marked, contributing to easier navigation and safer climbing conditions. Due to these favorable sides of this season, Pachermo Peak climbing in autumn is an enriching, rewarding, and memorable experience.

Pachermo Peak is a captivating trekking peak standing tall at an elevation of 6,273 meters/20,574 feet above sea level. This mountain is located in the Rolwaling Valley in the Khumbu region of northeast Nepal. The summit of Pachermo Peak offers magnificent views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, and various other neighboring Himalayas.

The journey to Pachermo Peak is a mixed trekking experience of soaking into the tranquility of backwood Rolwaling locations and embracing the vibrancy of the popular Everest region. You can enjoy the enriched exploration of the picturesque Rolwaling and Khumbu Valley while traversing diverse high-altitude landscapes from rhododendron forests, cascading waterfalls, and tranquil lakes to alpine meadows and glacier moraines. Besides, you can experience a vibrant cultural immersion due to the opportunity to interact with local communities and partake in the festivities of October.

What Can You Expect During October Expedition of Pachermo Peak

What Can You Expect During October Expedition of Pachermo Peak

  • Solitary trekking experience even during the high trekking time of autumn while traversing the isolated and pristine landscapes of the less-trodden Rolwaling region
  • Heartwarming welcome and hospitality of local Sherpa people in several traditional villages along the way
  • Insights into the unique culture, farming practices, and way of life of the villagers
  • Reduced possibility of heavy snowfall, snow storms, landslides, and avalanches
  • Less chance of heavy downpours, and packing some precautionary rain gear in case of unexpected rain showers is enough
  • Comfortable and smooth adventure experience due to the moderate temperatures of the season
  • Dry trekking trails facilitate easy walking, and less snowy climbing routes allow for safe and smooth navigation toward the summit of Pachermo mountain
  • Sharp visibility of Himalayan surroundings allows you to observe the views of stunning landscapes such as forests, hills, valleys, and mountains with optimum clarity
  • Clear views of majestic peaks such as Makalu, Everest, Ama Dabalam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Gauri Shankar, Melungtse, Cho Oyu, Kusum Kanguru, Island Peak, and many more adjoining Himalayas
  • The long daylight hours during this time allow ample time for trekking and climbing activities
  • Increased wildlife activity during this time allows you to catch a glimpse of a wide range of birds and animal species
  • The visual splendor created due to the diverse colors of autumn leaves blending well with crystalline blue skies and white hues Himalayas enrich the trekking experience
  • Photography opportunity with a clean environment and exposed views of mountainous scenery
  • Unobstructed vistas of lofty mountains and icy glaciers against the crystal-clear cloudless skies
  • Chance to participate in local celebrations of vibrant festivals that fall during the time of autumn
  • Easy crossing of challenging mountain passes such as Tashi Lapcha, Daldung La, and Yalung La during the stable and favorable weather conditions of autumn

Climbing Pachermo Peak in September

Climbing Pachermo Peak in September

September marks the beginning of the autumn season. It is also the first month after a long drenching monsoon. This initial post-monsoon month can still experience the occasional rain showers with dark clouds in the skies. However, the weather gradually clears up from the mid-September.

The Pachermo Peak climbing experience during September is characterized by the lush greenery that becomes vibrant after the sporadic rain. The rain-nourished forest and hills are seen as fresh and revitalizing. So, you can experience a refreshing trekking journey while traversing the rain-washed, fresh, and clean Himalayan surroundings. Also, the rain-fed rivers and waterfalls come full of life, teeming with the rich biodiversity of the awesome Himalayan region. The picturesque surroundings, adorned with vibrant vegetation and dyeing autumn leaves, leave you in awe.

On the other hand, after a recent rainfall, the trails may get muddy and slippery, increasing the chances of slips and injuries. So, walking at a slow pace and wearing proper footwear with good traction is essential to navigating the wet trekking routes.

We have set the departure dates for Pachermo Peak climbing in September on the following days.

  • 2024-09-15 to 2024-10-3
  • 2024-09-18 to 2024-10-6
  • 2024-09-21 to 2024-10-9
  • 2024-09-25 to 2024-10-13
  • 2024-09-29 to 2024-10-17

October Climb of Pachermo Peak

October Climb of Pachermo Peak

October is among the best and most preferred months for Himalayan trekking and climbing adventures. The weather is dry and stable during this time, with reduced precipitation. With less chance of rain and snow, you can freely and comfortably continue on your adventure without interruption and delays. The trekking and climbing trails are well-defined, dry, and clean, facilitating easy, safer, and smoother trekking and climbing experiences.

The mild temperature with clear, cloudless skies makes the mid-autumn time perfect for outdoor pursuits and sightseeing. You can catch vivid views of the spectacular snow-covered Himalayas glistening against the deep blue open sky. The clean climate, dust-free atmosphere, and bright sunshine during this time favor good photo opportunities, as even distant views can be captured with greater clarity. On the other hand, the fall foliages are seen with changed colors and dominate the Himalayan landscapes with diverse shades of red, yellow, orange, and brown, adding to the photography prospects.

While passing through the traditional villages along the trekking trails in October, you can see busy farmers harvesting their crops, and the terraced fields are revived by agricultural activities. You can closely observe the villagers cultivating winter crops like wheat, barley, leafy greens, winter peas, root vegetables, etc. As October coincides with one of the major Hindu festivals, Dashain, you can also have a fun time partaking in the cultural celebration of this lively festival with the local people.

On the other hand, you can experience crowded trails and teahouses around the world-famous Everet Base Camp trekking trail region. This is because of the high flow of explorers during the peak mountaineering time of the autumn season. So, booking accommodations is a wise decision while embarking on the climb of Pachermo Peak during this period.

    Mark your calendars for the departure dates of the Pachermo Peak climbing adventure in October.

    • 2024-10-6 to 2024-10-24
    • 2024-10-13 to 2024-10-31
    • 2024-10-17 to 2024-11-4
    • 2024-10-21 to 2024-11-8
    • 2024-10-24 to 2024-11-11
    • 2024-10-30 to 2024-11-17

    Why Autumn for Climbing Pachermo Peak?

    Why Autumn for Climbing Pachermo Peak

    Reduced Risk of Natural Calamities

    The weather in autumn is dry and stable, with less chance of heavy rain, thick snowfall, high winds, and snow storms or thunderstorms. The stability of the weather with no extreme climatic conditions avoids the probability of weather-related disasters and eventually reduces the chances of landslides, floods, soil erosion, wind damage, or avalanches. In the calamities-free environment, you can experience a free, safe, and immersing journey without the worry of danger.

    Enhanced Visibility

    The autumn sky is clear, the atmosphere is hazeless and dust-free, and the air is devoid of moisture with a lower humidity level. The clear weather contributes to excellent visibility of the captivating Himalayan surroundings. The fresh air during this time lets you clearly see the views of landscapes that are far away. The sharp and thorough observation of the mountainous beauty will surely enrich your adventure experience.

    Photography Opportunities

    Autumn offers a plethora of photo opportunities for visitors to the high Himalayan regions. During your trekking journey towards Pachermo Mountain, you can photograph the diverse natural aspects of the Rolwaling and Khumbu Valley, such as the colors of changing autumn leaves, cool and foggy mornings, misty landscapes, reflective rivers, stretching meadows, and more.

    Autumn is a harvest season, and you can see the agricultural landscapes dotted with ripened golden crops and farmers working in the terraced farmlands. You can capture the essence of agriculture in autumn through farm photography. Autumn is also the best time for wildlife photography, as you can capture migratory birds and numerous animals gathering food and preparing for winter hibernation. You can do the Himalayan photography by capturing the white-hued mountains contrasting against the colorful fall foliage during this lively season.

    Long Days

    Due to the extensive sunlight hours, the days in autumn are generally long and bright. The extended daylight period allows you to start early start and finish late during each day of the journey. Longer days are important for prolonged activities such as remote trekking and mountain climbing. You can take a flexible pace during trekking, do a gently-paced summit push, and leisurely enjoy the apex of the peak after climbing.

    How is the Pachermo Peak Climb in November?

    How is the Pachermo Peak Climb in November

    Pachermo Peak climbing in November is a similar kind of experience to that in October. This month presents clear skies, dry trekking/climbing routes, unhidden views of the mountains and surroundings, and milder temperatures. However, as the month progresses, the temperature slowly starts to decrease. You can even experience light snowfall during late November, especially at higher elevations.

    The number of trekkers and climbers in November is comparatively less than in October. As a result, you can enjoy the natural wonders of the Rolwaling and Everest regions to the fullest. You can also experience a deep cultural immersion in the rural villages during the trekking journey. The trekking trails are quieter, and teahouses are available with enough space. You can also experience tranquil base camp days and connect deeply with the grandeur of the majestic Himalayas.

    November brings another important festival for the Hindu devotees, which is a festival of light, Tihar. As a guest, you can participate and enjoy the vibrant celebration of the colorful and bright Tihar festival along with the villagers in the local villages.

    Our departure dates for the November climb of the Pachermo Peak are as follows.

    • 2024-11-4 to 2024-11-22
    • 2024-11-7 to 2024-11-25
    • 2024-11-13 to 2024-12-1
    • 2024-11-16 to 2024-12-4
    • 2024-11-21 to 2024-12-9
    • 2024-11-24 to 2024-12-12

    The temperature in Autumn for Pachermo Peak Climbing


    Autumn is the warm and cool time before the bitter chill of winter sets in. The temperature gradually cooling down from the extreme heat of summer presents crisp mornings and evenings and mild afternoons. The mix of cool and warm temperatures is ideal for outdoor activities like trekking and climbing.

    The autumn temperature is favorable for trekking to the base camp and attempting the summit of Pachermo Peak, which is usually mild, with no extreme heat and not too cold. Unlike sweltering summer and freezing winter, the moderate temperature during this time lets you explore the Himalayan regions with ease. However, the higher elevations are colder than lower altitude regions because the temperature declines as we continue to rise to the alpine-Himalayan locations.

    The average daytime temperature in autumn usually ranges from around 10 to 20 degrees Celsius (50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit). The night and early morning temperatures are somewhere between 5 to 10 degrees Celcius (41 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit). However, the temperature in higher altitude regions can be colder, with the average temperature hovering around 0 to 10 degrees Celcius (32 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit). The nighttime temperature in such alpine regions can plummet to -5 to -10 degrees Celcius (23 to 14 degrees Fahrenheit)

    Analyzing these temperature details, you are certain to experience a cozy and comfortable trekking journey in pleasant daytime temperatures. For dropping temperatures in the early morning and night, you can pack layers of warm clothes, and a nice sleeping bag will do well. Similarly, during the climbing phase, especially when you start early for an ascent, wear down jackets and mittens to overcome frigid conditions.

    Accommodation During Autumn Adventure of Pachermo Peak

    The temperature in Autumn for Pachermo Peak Climbing

    During the Pachermo Peak climbing journey, you will experience a mix of teahouse and camping accommodations. Most of the time while trekking towards the base camp of Pachermo Peak, you will stay in the traditional teahouses along the trekking trails. Teahouses are the widely available form of accomodation during remote Himalayan adventures, which are usually run by local villagers.

    During the teahouse stay, you will experience ordinary accommodations with twin sharing beds and basic amenities like a set of pillows, mattresses, and a warm blanket. Everything from living spaces to toilets and bathrooms is available on a shared basis. The teahouse owner will generally serve you a variety of local and traditional meals with some well-known Western dishes. The dining space will also be communal in most of the teahouses.

    As autumn is a busy time for trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas, the teahouses may get packed due to the increased number of travelers from different corners of the world. Because of the increasing demand for teahouse accommodations, the prices may also rise. So, before going on for the Pachermo adventure, it will be better to check the accommodation availability and book your spot to ensure a smooth journey experience. The best way to travel during the peak mountaineering season is to buy an all-inclusive package from a reputable trekking agency that will get you everything arranged and managed so that you can focus on the adventure to the fullest.

    During the climbing Phase of Pachermo Peak and overnight stay in Tsho Rolpa Lake and Doralambu Glacier, you will spend nights at the tented campsites. We will provide you with delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner to ensure you stay healthy and fueled up for the adventurous climb of Pachermo Peak.

    Packing for Pachermo Peak Climbing Adventure in Autumn

    Packing for Pachermo Peak Climbing Adventure in Autumn


    • Sun hat/ brimmed hat
    • Beanie
    • Sunglasses with UV ray protection
    • Scarf
    • Multiple pairs of half/full sleeve T-shirts
    • Light-weight moisture-wicking shirts and pants
    • Breathable thermal trousers
    • Windproof jackets
    • Insulated jacket
    • Flexible hiking pants
    • Multiple sets of underclothes
    • Rain gear
    • Down jackets
    • Liner socks
    • Woolen socks
    • Worn-in trekking boots
    • Slippers or flipflops
    • Sport shoes
    • Liner gloves
    • Woolen and mitten gloves

    Gear and Equipment

    • Backpack
    • Trekking poles
    • Sleeping bag
    • Navigation tools (compass, GPS, maps)
    • Headlamp or flashlight with spare batteries
    • Mountaineering boots
    • Climbing helmets
    • Crampons
    • Harness
    • Ice axes
    • Carabiners
    • Climbing ropes

    Personal Items

    • Suncream and lip balm
    • Toothbrush and toothpaste
    • Toilet paper
    • Moisturizer
    • Hairbrush/comb
    • Nail cutter and nail brush
    • Razor
    • Shaving cream
    • Wet wipes
    • Deodorants
    • Bathing soap
    • Shampoo
    • Quick drying towel
    • Small mirror
    • Sanitary pads

    First Aid Kit and Medicines

    • Antiseptic cream
    • Blister treatment
    • Instant cold packs
    • Gauze pads
    • Plaster bandages
    • Small scissors
    • Adhesive tapes
    • Pain killers
    • Thermometer
    • Diamox tablet (in case of altitude sickness)
    • Paracetamol
    • Cough syrup
    • Antidirraheals
    • Oral rehydration
    • Insect repellents


    • Airline tickets
    • Visa and valid passport
    • Permits
    • Travel Insurance papers
    • PP Size photographs
    • Cash or credit cards


    • Smartphone and charger
    • Camera with extra batteries
    • Power banks
    • Binoculars
    • Headphones
    • Refillable water bottles
    • Pen and diary
    • Game set
    • High energy snacks

      Helpful Tips for Pachermo Peak Journey in Autumn


      • Autumn is a peak time for high-Himalayan adventures, with numerous climbers visiting the mountainous regions. So, it is wise to make accommodation reservations to enjoy a hassle-free journey.
      • While the daytime temperatures in autumn are moderate and delightful, the morning and night, especially in the alpine elevations can still be colder. So, it is advisable to carry layers of dresses to accommodate the diverse climatic zones and varying temperatures during the expedition.
      • As the temperature in autumn is warm with bright sunshine, carry a high SPF suncream, a wide-brimmed hat, and UV-protected sunglasses to avoid suntan and excessive exposure to intense sun rays.
      • Autumn is a dry season with scarce rain and snow. However, occasional drizzles and blizzards can occur. So, carry a set of waterproof outer shells to remain on the safe side.
      • Take regular hydration breaks to avoid dehydration, which may lead to altitude sickness.
      • Carry cameras to capture the stunning fall scenery, sharp mountain views, and vibrant festival celebrations of autumn. You can also enjoy the far-away scenic views through binoculars during the enhanced visibility conditions of this time.
      • Take advantage of stable weather and extended sunlight hours during this time by embarking early during each day’s journey. This will allow enough time for thorough observation and exploration of the Himalayan beauty.

      Prakash Devkota

      Managing Director and Team Leader

      Mr. Prakash Chandra Devkota is a well-known entrepreneur with a deep-rooted passion for elevating the tourism industry in Nepal. Due to his dedication, hard work, and hospitable nature, he has established himself as a successful businessman. He also has a great enthusiasm for adventure and social work.

      Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

      His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods. He strongly believes in the power of the tourism industry and is confident that its development can empower the youth and help the economy flourish in the long run.