Everest Base Camp Trek

Hi I’m a 22 year old from Australia and wanting to do the Everest base camp trek independently or If find a local guide in Lukla I might hire them for the trek. Planning the trip for early October and am flexible on the exact date ! I’m very adventurous and easy going, if anyone else is interested in doing the trek I’m keen to organize that, Cheers



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  1. Hey Bryce, I am planning to trek on the same data. You are welcome to join us.

  2. Hello Bryce ! Im planning to go on the same dates.. do you already have plans ?

  3. Hello, Im a Nepali and Im about to do the same trek the very time. Our budget also matches. I have a 12 day comfortable schedule for ebc+3 passes trek. Could somewhat guide you too being a nepali. Just looking a partner. Reply if interested.

  4. ’m planning for a 11 day of thrill in the Khumbu region climbing all the 3 passes, EBC, kalapaththar and Gokyo ri as well starting from 1st October 2017.
    I’m a budget traveller and I’ve made quite a schedule that tingles your nerves and challenges you but does not tire you . Here is my itinerary.
    1: ktm to lukla to namche bazaar
    2: acclimatization day
    3. namche to pangboche
    4. pangboche to chhukung
    5. cross kongma la to lobuche
    6. lobuche to gorakshep and EBC
    7. kalapaththar and trek back to dzongla
    8. cross cho-la and reach gokyo valley
    9.climb gokyo ri and roam gokyo valley
    10.cross renjo la and hike down to thame
    11. hike back to lukla via namche

    This seems a very comfortable yet challenging schedule. So, I’m seeking for a partner seeking thrill and fun, wanting to push the limit without being too hectic.
    I’m a Nepali. Looking for any non Nepali able to speak English as a partner.
    I could be a sort of guide as well since I’m a Nepali.

    contact if you wanna do it together

  5. Hi Bryce, I’m looking for basically the same thing and around the same dates! Would love to connect and potentially share costs. Let me know if the offer still stands!

  6. Hey Bryce, are you still looking for trekking partners?