Three Passes Trek

Hi there!

If the weather permits, Ill be flying into Lukla on the 24th of March. Looking to start hiking the Three Passes Trek shortly after. Twenty days is a long time to be on your own, so I would love to meet some of you along the way! Currently not looking to hire a guide porter, maybe just for the trickier parts.

I have done a fair bit of traveling and hiking so I am sort of in shape, but since I will be flying into Nepal from sea level, I will probably start slow and pick up speed as we go. I am open to join up with anyone from anywhere, I am fine being on my own, but better with some company. I speak Dutch, English, understand some German and my Spanish is a work in progress. Generally an easy going guy who likes to share a drink and a laugh. Looking for like minded souls. Moneywise Im not looking to splurge, but I am also not really on a budget.

Would love to know if you might be interested in walking together for a bit, or just meeting up along the road!

Feel free to ask me anything and get in touch!

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  1. Hey ! I am also looking at the three passes trek in Late March / early April. I am currently solo, and am also looking to join up with other solo trekkers for the trip – I would love to tag along with you for company if the timing works and if you don’t mind !

    I’m a 25 y/o kiwi gal . Have done plenty of trekking in NZ, and I like to think I am reasonably fit, however I haven’t done much trekking at a high altitude.

    I’m pretty laid back, and easy going, and looking forward to seeing the sights, embracing the culture, and meeting the people, and what I’m sure will be an amazing trip !

    Budget wise – moderate. Not scrimping, but not splurging either.
    Time wise – I’m not in a rush to complete it, and very flexible with duration, and start / finish. Ill be in India for the month prior, and then heading to Nepal.

    Let me know if you are interested. Thanks !
    Kristy

  2. Hi Christy, thank you for writing me! I have sent you an e-mail.

    For anyone else who’s reading this and wondering about the status of this trek: we are currently set to leave with a group of 2 to 5 trekkers. All (moderately) experienced, late twenties – early thirties. If you want more info or come along, just write me! 🙂

    • Hi. Very interested in joining your adventure. I’m a 35 year old Aussie. I’ve hiked ABC before with highest altitude of 4,200. Also a number of 6-7 day hikes down here. Pretty fit and easy going. I’m planning to carry my own pack – but would like a guide. Just organising my dates as plan to arrive in about a fortnight. Hope to hear from you. Dan

    • Hi Dan,
      I just sent you an email to your gmail adres.
      Cheers,
      Timo

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  4. Hi Timo, I’m a 23-year old Dutch guy flying into Nepal on the 20th of March from the Netherlands as well. I’ve been planning on trekking the Annapurna Circuit but I’ve been put off by how much of the circuit seems to have been turned into a road these days, so I’m considering the EBC/three passes trek again. I was going to see if I could find some like-minded people to trek with in Kathmandu, but having something set up in advance doesn’t seem like such a bad idea. Not at all used to high altitude trekking but my fitness level is fine and I wouldn’t mind pushing myself physically. I wasn’t originally planning to hire a guide if I were to go solo trekking, but would be up for it with a group as I think it would add to the experience. Shoot me a message or email (I speak Dutch) if you’re interested and we might be able to link up!

    • Hi Menno, I sent you an email!