Nepal Hiking (Everest or Annapurna)


My name is Max. I am a Russian-born Londoner. I recently finished my Master’s degree and I am taking some time off to travel in India and Nepal.
I am arriving in Kathmandu on Oct 8. Since I only have 3 weeks in Nepal, I can only make a hiking trip of 10-14 days. I haven’t decided on the hike yet, but I want to do it either in the Everest or Annapurna regions. I think I’d like to get a guide, as I’ve heard you get to see more that way as they know the area best.

About me: I was born in Russia, but grew up in Hungary and the UK. I’ve lived in London for over 8 years. I’ve just graduated in MSc Management at the London School of Economics. I spent half a year in Brazil in 2012 doing a uni exchange. I also worked in Shanghai for a couple of months.
I love travelling, hiking and meeting new people. I am also into photography, art and film (love Almodovar and Ozon).

Looking for like-minded trekking partners.




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  1. Hi Max,

    I am Raj calling you from Gurkha Encounters! I am a new member with Trekking Partner as I met a guy in Kathmandu who had requested me to become their partner however, I am an agent deals guided trekking only and I do enjoy joining partners too.

    We GE have an experience in group and student trekking, tailor-made and adventure trekking to peak excursion. We operate Nepal Bhutan Indians Himalayas to Sikkim and Darjiling and Tibet.
    Just to give you some references so that you can build more confidence in GE we have worked with UNMIN, UNDP UNICEF JNFPA UNHR. We have served HRH Prince Alawaleed Bin Talal, UAE Princes and Prince from Rashid School of Boys and Fatima School of Girls, BarCap and many multinational companies.

    Meantime, I would advice you to email me at or call at 977 9851022727

    Despite the fact me being profit making trekking agent I have always been ethical agent. I have introduced TIMS in Nepal so that hundreds of thousands of poor porters and guides are evacuated and being evacuated.

    I love responsible tourism.

    Once again I am jealous with London School of Eco.

    Welcome to Nepal!