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Open Trail Treks is a professional, hardworking and experience team of the trekking and tour guides in the Himalaya. Our team share the common goal for the environmentally friendly and the sustainable tourism. We are a trusted team of tourism professionals and the travelers who are seeking to make give high quality customize service to all of our clients. In order to improve the Nepalese tourism industry and to create jobs in our hard hit country we have established an experienced team of guides.
With our 20 years experience we have design new and unique destination and itineraries that can provide an opportunities to our clients to visit and observe non-touristic and off the beaten landscape, which can also be the great introduction of the lifestyle of inhabitant people.

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Dev Raj Adhikari

Trekking guide and founder

 

Born in 1970 and Grew up in a small, Hindu mountain village in the region of Manaslu, and Ganesh himal. He spent his childhood working and studying in remote village of Dhading. He was passionate working in the field of tourism from his early age. As he finish his high school he came to Kathmandu and start to work as porter and slowly worked his way up to trekking guide. From first beginning, he was fascinated by the strange dissimilar cultures who hire him as a mountain guide in the heights of the Himalayas. To bring these people on their own journey to the mountains and to himself, and in the wild nature, gives him great joy. Many Germans have been guided by Dev, he has even picked up the language ,and is inspired to show them all he knows of the land. He has more then 20 years experience as a mountain guide in the Himalayas he spent all his life doing trekking, his golden young age he spent carrying bag, guiding people up to mountain, has met Tibetan monks and Rinpoche, accompanied Shaman, explored the mountains. He didn’t care about any thing. all he cared about was the happiness and satisfaction of his clients. He ha meat of monk’s, visit monastery. now i felt like even the trees, rock and the river knows me. When leafs of the trees sakes i feel like they are saying hello to me. and the people met in various Hindu and Buddhism mountain villages.Born in 1970 and Grew up in a small, Hindu mountain village in the region of Manaslu, and Ganesh himal. He spent his childhood working and studying in remote village of Dhading. He was passionate working in the field of tourism from his early age. As he finish his high school he came to Kathmandu and start to work as porter and slowly worked his way up to trekking guide. From first beginning, he was fascinated by the strange dissimilar cultures who hire him as a mountain guide in the heights of the Himalayas. To bring these people on their own journey to the mountains and to himself, and in the wild nature, gives him great joy. Many Germans have been guided by Dev, he has even picked up the language ,and is inspired to show them all he knows of the land. He has more then 20 years experience as a mountain guide in the Himalayas he spent all his life doing trekking, his golden young age he spent carrying bag, guiding people up to mountain, has met Tibetan monks and Rinpoche, accompanied Shaman, explored the mountains. He didn’t care about any thing. all he cared about was the happiness and satisfaction of his clients. He ha meat of monk’s, visit monastery. now i felt like even the trees, rock and the river knows me. When leafs of the trees sake i feel like they are saying hello to me. and the people met in various Hindu and Buddhism mountain villages.

 

Isabelle Hasar

Isabelle Hasar

Trekking Leader and founder

I found myself very lost in 2013 and somehow Nepal started calling me.I needed to go to the mountains to loose myself, to see what u could find. The Nepalis say: in the mountains over 3000 m, thoughts stand still and the mind becomes wide and free. I needed this. From Kathmandu, I joined a group of women and we went westwards to Pokhara and climbed 4,300 m high to the Annapurna Base Camp. i stayed 3 weeks.It felt like 3 months.A new world opened up inside me. A new chapter began. Time stood still.I felt love for Nepal the nature, the people, everything..I finally felt alive. In our daily lives thoughts have taken possession of our minds. We live full of everything, but inside we can feel alone and empty. Frustrations and unsatisfactory follow us and stop us from feeling free. There is a togetherness of spirit in Nepal which appealed to me and broke me open. Women in the mountain village sit together in a circle, to exercise their craft, make their children’s hats, chat about what was really happening in their lives. As a child and youth psychotherapist I noticed all that was missing in everyday life in the west.Humming and singing of the dancers, the muffled beating of drums accompanied us during out walk, day and at night. Someone begins to sing, the other voices join with him. I feel an incredible lightness and joy rising in me . The porters are so selfless and thankful for every beam of sun ray. For 3 euros a day they carry our luggage into the icy heights of the Himalaya. They don´t show the tourists their struggle ,they are humble, satisfied,kind . In Nepal, every man is a brother and every woman a sister. One is taken straight to the family. Accepted unconditionally, unlike the reality of most of us with our families. My trip to Nepal made me change my perception of myself. This feeling of love stayed with me. I see everything more relaxed and calmer. Nepal taught me, not to take everything so seriously. Dev-our trekking guide- works as a porter and guide since 20 years in the Nepalese and Tibetan Himalaya. He knows all aspects of trekking adventures and tourism related activities in the hope bringing change in tourism industries in Nepal and increase the employment.We fell in love and for two and a half years we have been jointly organised treks and helped others find the peace in themselves . I go twice a year to Nepal , with friends or those I’ve met struggling with life back home. Life is flying past for all of us, it’s time to slow it down, have real experiences that change us forever.

 

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Mahesh Nepal

Trekking guide and founder
I born in the remote mountain area of Nepal called Dhading. It is only 110 k m from Kathmandu but it is very far from civilization. My family was a farmer and i used to help them. From the childhood i had a dream to work on the tourism Industry. As I grow older i start to love travel to different places, meet new people. Working as a trekking guide, i could meet new people and also get the chance to travel different places. After i finish my high school and came to Kathmandu and start to work as a potter and slowly work my way up to guide. I have done so many trekking last 5 years. I have trekked all most all of the major trekking area of Nepal.
I am the student of business i always want to start my own business. I want to do something new and challenging in life. I decided to start my own business and be the master of my own fate. I felt like a trekking agency can be the good idea. Here we are now i have start the company.

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