Trek in Nepal November (December)

Hi! I’m planning to go to Nepal in mid-November and hope to find some like-minded people to trek with. I’m flexible and do not have a set route, it depends on if I get company or join a guided tour or go by myself… I have not been in Nepal before.

I imagine for a tea-house trek where I can go without guide or porter but with company and I have looked at the Langtang Trek as a possible option, or Annapurna with a detour around the high-way project. I will be in Nepal 3-4 weeks and could do a trek between 8-21 days (possible also find some people to share a guide-I have a recommendation). My pace would be rather normal I guess, I like to enjoy the environment but have lots of energy=)



12 replies
  1. Would ebc and gokyo be an option for you? Will also be trekking solo with a guide and porter in mid November.

  2. Hi Sussana,
    I will be doing the Manaslu + Tsum Valley trek in Nepal starting 20th Nov 2013 for about 21 days. I have a friend in Katmandu who will find me a very reliable guide/porter for the same. Let me know if this interests you and we can discuss this further.


  3. Hi Susanna

    I will start in Kathmandu at 30th of october to the Langtang region. First i will make the Tamang Heritage-trek and after the i will turn up to the Langtang national park. 15 to 20 days. I will arrive in Kathmandu at 25th of octuber to organise soma things like the TIMS-Card and Busticket to Dumche. If you are intrested………..?


  4. Hi tshering here will be doing annapurna circuit from second week of nov 13 for about 15 days . . (Without guide / porters ) its possible .

  5. Twenty yeas ago i made the annapurna circuit. During 30 days i enjoyd this region, it was woundefull!
    Today there are so many, thousands of trekkers on this way. So the annapurna-circuit is not an option for me. Same like the Everest-region. So i will try the Region of Langtang. I have to start in Kathmandu at 30th of october because at the 21st of november i will visit Bhutan for 8 days.

  6. Hi Susanna,
    I would like go to Anapurna circuit without guide and porters but I’d like to share the trek with some friends.
    I will arrive in Kathmandu at 18th of November and I will go out at 12th December.
    My english is very bad… but my pace would be rather normal I guess…so if you’re interested you can write to me at
    see you

  7. Hi Susanna

    Are you still looking for a trekking partner?
    I’ll arrive in Kathmandu on the 17th of november and I should start a trek around the Manaslu on the 19th.
    I’m in touch with a local agency (recommended by a friend), who proposes me a 13-day-walking trek, which seems really nice.
    Do not hesitate to email me ( for further information.

  8. Hi Susanne,

    I will be looking for hiking partners from the 25 october on, doing any kind of tracks in nepal.

    Please contact me if you wanna join me.



  9. Hi Susanna,
    Will be in Nepal Nov 16th till Dec 5th, and am still undecided about which trek to take.
    I have up to 18 days for a trek (including travel to/from Kathmandu), although seems like it will be down to 17 as I’m arriving on Saturday and told that TIMS and permits cannot be obtained until Sunday.
    Do our dates match? As for routes seems like Langtang/Gosaikund/Helambu or AC are my leading options, although I’m looking up some info about Numbur, which sounds like a more adventurous and less touristy trek.

  10. Hi,
    planning to start EBC trip from 25 Nov ( +/- 1/2 days). I will do most of the task by myself (without a travel company) or only have a porter during the trekking. If time matches, we can form a group. contact if you are interested

  11. Hi there,

    Im planning the Langtang region around 17-18nov if you want to join!
    There :


  12. Hello Suzanna and all of you,
    I’m a 28 years old French girl beginning a kind of round the world trip here in Nepal and would love to do the Annapurnas’ circuit. With or without a guide is fine for me. I read a lot of reviews at the KEEP (Kathmandu Environmental Education Project) telling that it is quite easy to follow the Lonely Planet descriptions.

    Actually i could be quite flexible, being in Neal until the 15. of December.
    I would love meet some of you if you’re still around to speak and eventually plan a trek together.

    I hope hearing of you! Have a nice evening!