Krishna Gopal Shrestha
|Lobuche Peak||Somchhring Tamang||4 days||
|Mera Peak||Lakpa Tamang||4 days||
|Island Peak||Mingmar Tamang||4 days||
I, Krishna Gopal Shrestha would like to introduce as your local guide:
I born in solukhumbu (Everest region) and finished my high school from Churikharka (gate way of Everest). I walked 5 hours per day during my high school and I had seen many tourist and trekking guide on the way to School. Since these I had dream to be a good guide.
After my Business study, I took guiding courses in 2003 then and became trekking guide officially. But I involved in tourism from 1998. Since 1998, I have been working regularly on different position (porter, sherpa, assistant cook, guide, sirdar and leader).
During the 15 year experience, I am trying to updating my knowledge by different training and experience. In these period, I took Basic and advance ice climbing course from Nepal and Austria. I am trained on Mountain Environment courses from Montana University (USA)’s professor. Drs. I am trained first aid course as well.
I climbed some 6000m peak likewise; Iceland peak (6160m), Mera peak (6654), Pissang peak (6091m)……… and I have been 8150m high on Everest.
I have been leading people many different trekking routes. I don’t remember that how many times I have been some of route like; Mustang, Annapurna Everest. I may recognize a stone from some of route.
I learned German Language from Goethe institute, Kathmandu. I am using my German language in Austria and Swiss. I am working in Austrian and Swiss mountain since 2006 every summer.
I am happy to share that I am living from Nature and I am trying to give back to the Nature. I am serving as Mountain Environment instructor in Khumbu climbing centre, Phorse for 4 years. It is an ice climbing course in Khumbu run by American volunteering project.
From this experience, I am quite confident that I could give good imprecation on your holiday in Nepal.
This is all about me; I am looking forward to wel- come you in Nepal.
with best regards,
Krishna Gopal Shrestha
Hi, would you be available to do a Poon Hill trek starting in the next week?
Dear Krishna, I am interested to do a Poon Hill trek around 14 July with around 11 days in mind. What do you recommend?
I hope that this program will fit you, just check it.
Day 01: On your Arrival, Nepal Fair Step Trek’s represent will well- come to you with Garland/ Khata and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: City Sightseeing in Kathmandu (Kathmandu Darbarsqure; historical place and visit to living Goddess Kumari, Pasupatinath and Baudhhanath; famous world heritages sites Hindu temple and Buddha Stupa) 🙁 B)
Day 03: Drive /Fly to Pokhara. Driving time 7-8h, 205km , (B, L, D)
Day 04: Drive to Birethati (1025m) trek- HIle(1430m). Walking time:5h, ↑117m,↓588m,(B,L,D)
Day 05: Trek Hile- Ghorepani(2850m). Walking time :6-76h, ↑434m, ↓1732m, (B, L, D)
Day 06: Ghorepani- Poonhill,(3194 m)-Tadapani(2630 m). Walking time: 5–6 h ↑650m ↓870m
Day 07:Trek Tadapani -Ghandruk(1980 m). Walking time:4-5 h,↑200m ↓850m
Day 08 Trek Ghandruk -Chomrong(2170 m)Walking time:4-5h,↑550m ↓360m
Day 09: Trek Chomrong -Landruk (1600 m)- Tolka (1700 m).Walking time: 4-h, ↑350m ↓800m, (B, L, D)
Day 10: Trek Landruk- Deorali-Pass(2150 m) –Pothana(1890 m). Walking time:4-5h ↑600m ↓300m, (B, L, D)
Day 11: Trek Pothana, -Dhampus (1650 m)-Phedi (1150 m).Drive to Pokhara, Walking time: 3h,↑200m↓1100m. Driving time: 30m, (B, L,)
Day 12. Fly/Drive -Kathmandu .Drive time: 7-8h, 205km