Krishna P. Dahal (Owner/Managing Director);
A graduate in Sociology & Anthropology from Tribhuvan University of Nepal; also studied Tourism as one of the major subjects on his 3 years graduate tenure, steps into this field some 22 years ago. He born and raised in Dolakha district, near the base camp of Mt. Gaurishankar, he closely had witnessed with the tourism activities from his childhood. The tens of thousands of trekkers would share his trail to School everyday from morning to till evening. Then he would wondered that where those tourists would go. Soon he was able to understand the phenomena of trekking, mountaineering and the entire activities of this field; since then he had a kind of idea of being a trekking Guide or whom then would be called by ‘Sirdar’. Now as a Sirdar and the owner/founder of Alpine Exodus he is active in management, source information, corresponding & even leading trek & soft mountaineering groups. He also heads a team of expertise of mountain guides in Nepal, some of them have scaled Mt. Everest multiple times including Lhotse, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Makalu etc.
Kul Bahadur Tamang (Trekking Guide); a veteran trek guide hailed from Solukhumbu is one of the most prominent trek guides in Nepal. Outstanding level of experience condition with excellent commend in communicative English, Kul proves himself as a cheerful man with very hard working attitude & an honest person. He has guided numerous peak climbing teams and almost all of them have gone successful. Island (Imjatse) Peak, Lobuche East of Khumbu area and Nayakhang Peak of Langtang are his favorite peaks. He never fails his groups summiting on them! Leaded Makulu Expedition in 2014, Kul presently leads soft trek groups and supervises other trek and mountaineering teams.
Yuba Ram Rai (Trekking Guide); an eager young man with a lot of potentiality involved with Alpine Exodus team from as early as 20o4. Promoted step by step, today a selected guide with extensive knowledge of field work can handle from a single trekker to as big as group of 15. Guiding on the Everest Base Camp route is not a difficult job these days, but on the high season where thousands of trekkers flock with different ideas and expectations; and stand out to all of them with excellent ‘feed back’ is a rare work. Handle all situations calmly with professionalism are the qualifications of a good guide.
Madan Kulung (Trekking Guide); with good English and Korean language as an extra asset, joins Alpine Exodus team from 2011 and achieved the position step by step. Working with great devotion Madan equally qualifies to liaising with local people and government authority at best. An extensively traveled person having accurate knowledge about the local trails, attractions, landmarks and has exceptionally the best feedbacks when guiding smaller groups. The smaller groups that are incentive interested about the local people, culture, socio-economic values, Madan the one should accompany. Any regular day on trek becomes a lot of fun filled when talking with him and watching his hubby of taking photos. He loves taking photos of the nature, so for many trek groups turns an unique fellow to help taking photos.
Harka Tamang (Trekking Guide): a highly experienced and gradually achieved the position of the Trek Guide, is a man made of self experiences. Simple English but excellent knowledge of taking care to the clients as well as vast ideas about the trekking routes of Everest, Annapurna and Langtang areas. He has been to Khayer Trek some 20 times. Khayar Trek is an excellent alternative route to Annapurna Sanctuary on the high season as the classical route gets over-crowded.
He is a kind, honest, hardworking Trek Guide whose first and foremost job is to make you in comfortable position. His extra assets is that he has extensive knowledge of how to cook any food that are commonly available on the trekking routes. He makes a lot of fun along with hardworking and responsible manners.
Chhongba Sherpa (Mountaineering Guide):
Naresh Rasaili (Trekking Guide); a young man hailed to Kathmandu from Solukhumbu – in the same district where Mt. Everest is situated in search of higher level studies after the completion of his School Leaving Certificate (SLC) level in Gudel Village and started to work as seasonal staff with Alpine Exodus from 2015. Capable to learn quickly and having deep faith on work, he was able to complete the training of Trekking Guide conducted by NATHM – a government body in 2016. He already has guided small groups in the Everest Base Camp, Annapurna and Langtang routes.