Certainly, the best way to enjoy this short trek and hiking of just three days long, where one can take occasional stops and continue the hike, but good to know in all Himalayan hills involves ups and downhill, but taking your own time and leisure paces can cover this whole hike, with enjoyable time within fresh cool mountain air, that revives all from young children, family to elderly person. In case if one cannot continue can take a ride back to Kathmandu or in Dhulikhel and wait for others to reach and join with the group.
You must be fairly fit and in sound good health, as Nepal is full of ups and down where some people might be frustrated. But the views and surrounding beautiful environment will make the walk more enjoyable, taking slow and steady.
We use tourist vehicles, cars, minibusses, van, 4WD, SUVs, Sutlej depending upon the size of the group which will be air-conditioned with spacious seating, which will be a short drive of an hour only on this trip.
Nepal for all seasons, however February, March, April, May, September to November are the best moths, while July-August is wet monsoon periods one can travel also in December month; March to May best time to enjoy when wild-flower will be in full blooms on the hills covered with lovely forest. September to November is another best time for views and walks. As this is short hiking does not involve much altitude can do the hike in December to February, although short sun-light hours can be cold in the morning and nighttime.
During spring and autumn, the nights are cold in the mountains, but the bright sun makes the days pleasant, and the temperatures from 20° C, fall to 5° C at night, at above 2,100 meters. At higher altitudes temperatures range from 20° C to a minimum of 0° C. Mornings are usually clear with clouds building up during the afternoon, disappearing at night to reveal spectacular starry skies. During the winter it is much colder. Early December usually has a cold climate, but this is a good time for short hiking also including February cold months.