Petrus, I just updated my 'trek guide for hire' posting from 30 july 2012 to today....however rather than editing it can I delete it and post it now as a new posting with a current date and frankly, to be near to the top. Couldn't find any rules on this and didn't see any delete option either. thanks, Roger Ray
The Numbur Cheese Circuit is a new trek in the Ramechhap District of Nepal. The starting point of the trek is Shivalaya, also the start of Everest Base Camp trek for those who don't fly to Lukla.
This route has a recommended itinerary of 14 days trekking, although at a push it can be completed in up to 10 days by combining some of the shorter days. It can also be extended several days for those who wish to visit some of the nearby glaciers, peaks or lakes. A rest day on the trek is also a good idea.
The trek can offer visitors superb views of major Himalayan peaks including Annapurna South, Langtang, Gaurishankar and Numburchuili and many more. Walk through deep river gorges, glacial lakes, terraced rice fields, subtropical forests and Sherpa villages to the the Lhiku Khola glacier, watched over by the towering peaks of Pathibarra and Numburchuili. Visit one of Nepalís first cheese factories, established in 1957 and the famous Thodung Monastery on the wa
Hi Petrus, roger_ray (TT) here....just saw your name as moderator on this site....hey, I posted an ad for 'guides looking for clients' a couple of days ago, haven't seen anything yet, will it get posted.
Thought I would give it a try...my going to china and Tibet plans are kaput due to the chinese rulings so now have more free time....I usually post handmade/computer made ads in a few hotels and restaurants in KTM if I have free time btwn other things but this time thought I'd get formal about it! Thanks, Roger