We personalise our itineraries to match the expectations and goals of our clients. Before booking a trek with Off the Wall trekking we will exchange several emails and possibly a Zoom call to ensure match sure we tick all the expectation boxes for your trip to Nepal. Whether it is a cultural tour, a mountain camping adventure or a special interest trek, we will advise you on your bucket list trek of your lifetime. We also offer fixed departure treks which we hope will take a bit of the planning stress out of the equation for you. Many people think of Nepal as basically a two season trekking destination, however Nepal offers a lot more. The traditional trekking seasons are Spring and autumn but winter is often dry, the days are shorter and colder but there are far fewer trekkers to be seen so maybe this is the season to do the treks on your bucket list but without the crowds.
Hard Core Treks involve camping, crossing passes of above 5000m and will offer a very much off the wall trekking experience in pristine Himalayan environments.
This trek covers the lower section of the Dolpa taking in Phosundo but not Shey
This rarely visited and mystic Limi Valley is like stepping back in time. Due to
This is a long trek and there are several variations that can be considered, how
The Api Himal trek offers a different and spectacular kind of Himalayan scenery.
Soft Core Treks are lodge based treks and by nature will be in the more frequented regions and trails of Nepal but that does not mean to say they will always be crowded.
The Langtang, Gosaikunda and Helambu Valley trek is one of the most diverse and .
Mustang is such a remarkable region of Nepal with a landscape more attuned to th.
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 7th April returning 21st April fly to Lukla, Phadking, Nam.
The Annapurna Circuit trek is the ‘mother’ of trekking routes in Nepal. With.
Low Altitude Treks will be more community and ethnically based treks. They will be lodge based and provide a more gentle cultural experience.
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 7th April returning 21st April fly / drive to Pokhara over.
Established in 1979, Rara National Park is acknowledged for the scenery with the.
Pikey Peak trek is a newly opened trekking route in the Solukhumbu Region south .
The Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is a classic short trek..
Fixed Departure Treks are open booking treks so there are likely to be other people on the trek unless you specify that you want to be a self-contained group. The dates are fixed and aim to fit into the traditional holiday periods so as to allow independent flexibility in the event and anticipation of mountain experiences that require taking time off work.
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 7th April returning 21st April fly / drive to Pokhara overnight in a hotel. Drive to Phedi and trek to Deurali, Forest Camp, Low Camp, High Camp to upper viewpoint, Sidhing Vill
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 28th December returning 5th January fly / drive to Pokhara with two days in Pokhara in preparation for New Year before taking a short but relaxing trek around the Gurung villages
28 Dec-5 Jan
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 15th October returning 8th November fly to Ilam to overnight in a tea plantation homestay before a private jeep journey to Taplegunj then following the classic route to Kangchen
15 Oct-8 Nov
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 1st October returning 15th October taking a private jeep to Shabru Besi before following the trail to Kyanjin Gompa with a day exploring the area before returning to Lama Hotel a
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 21st December returning 3rd January 2023 fly / drive to Pokhara for one night before commencing the classic route to Machaputchhuri and Annapurna BCs. There will then be an addit
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 7th April returning 21st April fly to Lukla, Phadking, Namche Bazaar, Namche Bazaar, Pangboche, Dingboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Lobuche, Gorak Shep, EBC / Kala Pattar, Pangboche,
Kathmandu / Kathmandu 11th September returning 28th September to fly to Lukla, then onwards to Namche Bazaar, Gokyo, Cho La, Everest Base Camp, Namche Bazaar, Lukla returning to Kathmandu.
As a small family run organisation we work mainly with two lead guides. As the guides have to work and have a good relationship with the staff under their care the engaging of the porter workforce is left to their professional judgement. Both of our guides have grown up through the ranks of the trekking industry so they have a full understanding of all the situations they are likely to encounter.
Ian is from the UK but has been closely associated with Nepal for 20 years and spends most of his time here. When he and Sarita set up the company they looked for a name that gave an indication of the sort of treks they would deliver, Off the Wall seemed to fit the bill! Ian has over 50 years of experience of working in the mountains including leading people in Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, Ladakh, Tibet, India and Nepal.
Sarita Lama is from the Tamang community and has a background in community health and trekking issues. She worked for 6 years as a nurse for Community Action Nepal and has lived in many remote communities in the middle hill districts of Nepal delivering community health care programs, empowering the work of the Mothers’ Groups and offering support with many different aspects of community life.