Why Summer is The Best Weather For Trekking?
Summers are the season that brings about productivity, vitality, energizing and creative vibes. Now people usually do not feel the vibe of the summer season due to the immense amount of unbearable energy it brings to you, or if you are working odd jobs, summers can be a night mare, but one thing about summers is that it truly brings about energy in people.
Like all weathers summers has it’s affects on the human mind. The fall season makes people feel melancholia, and the days are a spectrum of shades of the color brown and yellow. The falls make you feel cozily nostalgic about things, smells, memories and life. The winter brings about the cold, and the need to stay warm, emotionally, mentally as well as physically. So in the winters you need a lot of warmth to get along with the days, it’s a boon if you are surrounded by people who are warm and caring in the winters. The spring is the start of all kinds of life forms; hence you see a lot of greenery and a lot of beauty within nature and its colors. And summers is when you are bombarded with an immeasurable amount of energy that often it is tiring, the amount of work that gets done in the summers.
Especially if you are living in the foothills or the mountains of the Himalayan mountain range; summers is a gift of god to do away with the chilly nights. As trekking gains fame as an activity all around the world, Nepal a Himalayan giant, which holds about 70% of the entire Himalayan mountain ranges; awakens from its deep hibernation. With bustling cities and quaint villages all blessed by the summer sun and its rays, Nepal is overtaken by a wave of energy and enthusiasm. More than 70000+ trekkers from all over the world flock to the country to enjoy this heavenly combination of the riches of Nepal.
Nepal trekking tours offers a humungous array of trekking trails for the travelers to choose from. One of the most famous trekking trails in the Himalayas is the Annapurna Base camp Trekking tour. Even in the Indian side of the mighty Himalayan mountain ranges, the travelers come from far off countries to enjoy the pristine beauty of the Himalayas. India trekking tours offer many such trekking trails and routes as well.
So why is it the best time to visit the Himalayas or generally go on a trek in the summer season?
- Summer brings with it immense amounts of energy:
The people from yore prayed to natural elements, the Sun being one of them. The summers brought along with it, a break from the long hibernation of the cold winters. The summers were bright and warm and people were filled with gratitude about the amount of energy they received from the star to help them do as many chores as they could and did not have to stick to the fireplace to keep them warm.So when one is on atrekking expedition in the summers, there is no lack of energy, all you have to do is keep your body well hydrated and well-fed, and the energy will come to you to do the trek without feeling too tired.
- Trekking in the summers increases stamina:
Summers opens up a lot of scope for improvement. One can extend their exercise sessions as you are free to stretch all parts of your body to their maximum extent without feeling limited due to the weather. In the summers, one sweat more than usual and that keeps the body healthy with the body fluid circulation happening smoothly, the extra elements and toxins being washed away by the sweat, and breathing becomes more open and free. With all the functions of your body being sharpened by the heat of the weather, you feel free to do a little more, walk a little more and explore a little more. This extension of working capacity also improves stamina of your body.
- Most of the snow melts by the time summer arrives:
All trekking enthusiasts know about this issue very well. Most of the most amazing trekking trails are covered with intensive snow in the winters, which prevents them from trekking those trails safely. By the time summer arrives most of that lethal snow has melted and made its way through the rivers to the oceans and hence the trail is clear and ready for you to trail upon. In most mountainous trekking trails, the summer sun makes it a jolly trek through the trails as the atmosphere in these mountainous areas is still cold.
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