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Annapurna-Sanctuary

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

This expedition takes you on a journey into the breathtaking peaks of the Annapurna region in Central Nepal. It gives UK travelers the unique opportunity to get into the heart of the Himalayas in just two weeks of holidays. One of the draws of this trek is the rich diversity of birds, animals and plants…

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Everest-Base-Camp

Everest Base Camp Trek

A classic trek to the ‘roof of the world’. Stunning scenery follows you all the way up the Khumbu Valley, through pine forests, over gorges and into the land of 8000 metre monsters. Follow in the footsteps of Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing’s ground-breaking 1953 ascent….

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Gokyo-Lakes

Gokyo Lakes Trek 

This trek is an excellent alternative to the Everest Base Camp trip. It is far less traveled and therefore has significantly fewer trekkers, whilst offering scenery that is arguably even more spectacular than Everest Base Camp. The highlight of this trip is reaching the summit of Gokyo Ri…

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Everest, Gokyo & The Cho La Pass

Everest, Gokyo & Cho La Pass

A trek of epic proportions, this trip takes you up the Everest Base Camp trail and deep into the Himalayas, before crossing the renowned Cho La pass into the Gokyo region. From soaring 8000m peaks to shining glacial lakes this trek covers an incredible diversity of landscapes…

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hill-walking

Hill Walking Days In Wales

There’s no better way to relax and recharge than to spend a day or two exploring the mountain regions of the British Isles. When taken into our mountains for the first time most people can’t believe such beautiful landscapes and scenery can be found just a few hours’ drive…

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scramble

Scrambling Days In North Wales 

Scrambling sits somewhere between hill walking and climbing.  Taking the time to explore the British mountains is incredibly rewarding – after just a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you’ll start to wonder if you’re even in the same country…

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