Nepal something difficult and remote

Hi,
So far i have found a few treks im interested in. Dhualgari circuit. Kachenjunga via lumba sumba pass to arun valley. Makalu base camp to everest region(6000m pass). Im open to other ideas but im not trained in mountaineering so at least a good guide for these treks would be the plan.
Im open to other ideas as well. Maybe west nepal?
I have done makalu base camp trek and kachenjunga nth sth base camps plus many other low altitude in tasmania and new zealand. I can trek quite fast and long days if needed. Im an easy going guy who likes a laugh and it would be good to share the experience. Im flexible with dates and budgets,i should arrive in nepal mid sept.
Regards nixon

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  1. Hi Alex,

    I am also planning to do Dhaulagiri, but I hope to leave around the 17th of september. The plan is to do it together with Nepali guide, but it would be more fun if other people join. So maybe you are interested in this trip?

    Greets Sander (Holland)

  2. Hi Sander,
    Im in vietnam now and still not totally sure what date I will arrive. The monsoon has started very late this year but is finally raining a lot in Nepal now. So im not sure on the dates. Are your dates flexible at all? Also I am going to try and do a small trek directly before to get warmed up and get some altitude so the 17th sept would be maybe a little too early.
    Please keep in contact via nixon56@live.com.au as I am keen to go with other tourists as well.
    Regards Alex

Logistics

Departed
ServiceGuide-Only
Duration 20 days
SleepingCamping, Teahouse
PaceModerate
Budget$1 per person
BudgetMid-Range