Nepal

Hey there guys,

My name is micah and i am a 28 year old, swiss, adventure-seeker ^_^

I am looking for one/some likely minded person/people to trek through nepal mid October this year (Will be arriving in kathmandu on the 11. of october and i will be leaving on the 29. of november.)

So i thought about spending a couple of days in Kathmandu after arriving, get acclimatized, check out the sightseeing stuff and then maybe do the Helambu Trek or the Langtang Valley trek before heading out for the AC/ABC trek with some side stops. I would also be keen on doing some yoga in Pokhara.

I love to sleep outdoors off the beaten track with a couple of beers a smoke and a campfire.

It goes without saying that I am very open for suggestions regarding this itinerary as I am a very spontaneous guy anyways.

You can find more about who I am as a person on my cs or fb profiles:

cs: https://www.couchsurfing.com/people/kurapika2t
fb: https://www.facebook.com/michaelmoser87

If you are interested to join for the whole trip or just a leg, let me know =), cheery-bye micah =)

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  1. Hi Micah!
    My name is Hanna, I am a 24 american adventurer! I’ll be arriving in Kathmandu mid October as well and as I am traveling alone, was hoping to find some partners to trek with! I am open to which trek (i am still researching), but growing up in the mountains of Washington State, I am also prone to getting off the beaten path! From what little you’ve written, it already sounds like we could make good partners! Let me know if you’re interested 🙂

    • hey, are you still considering the Langtang area or did you decide on the Annapurna Circuit?

  2. Hi Micah!
    My name is Hendrik. I will be arrriving in the last days of september and stay for almost 3 months. Originally i intented to do the Langtang area very very thoroughly (with some trailrunning) from maybe mid october to mid november, however due to the earthquake i am not too sure whether the langtang area will be opened at all. And even if its opened, one might need to do a fast pace trek with a tent for the middle/upper region.
    How about your plans? still considering Langtang or will you concentrate, lets say on Annapurna, Mustang or something else?

  3. Namaste!
    My name is bj from nepal and I was born in the manaslu/Ganeshimal Himalayan Range in North Western Nepal. I am a certified guide with a government license as of 2009. I have been working in Nepalese eco-tourism for 5 years with a specialization in tailor-made trekking and guiding experiences for a range of clients from many different countries around the world.
    During the last 5 years, I have become very familiar with many Trekking Destination, including The Everest, Annapurna and Langtang Regions, As well as Mustang, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu. I am very knowledgeable about local flora and fauna, cultural history and environmental issues in the areas where I trek. For Trekkers hoping to climb high passes and peaks, I can accommodate this challenging and rewarding adventure. My experience includes mera peak, island peak, kalapathar, gokyo peak, tseryo ri and I have led expeditions across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, thorong pass, Tilicho pass,
    There are many types of treks in Nepal, ranging from relaxed easy trekking where you can experience Nepalese Culture and Village life to tea-house trekking in popular regions, to unique treks into areas of Nepal that are off the beaten track and seldom visited by foreigners. All treks offer spectacular scenery and a viewpoint into Nepali culture. I can tailor our treks to meet your wishes.
    My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments. i can offer you a unique and challenging experience of a life time! Please contact me at the email address listed below if you have questions or would like discuss a possible trek!
    Thank Your,
    bj dhakal

  4. Hi Micha,

    My name is Oyvind, a 30 year old experienced hiker from Norway. I’ll be arriving in Kathmandu around 4-7 October, and will be looking to do a 20-30 day trek(s) relatively soon after that date. Let me know if you are still looking for someone to share a beer with after a long day of walking.