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An amazing trek in an amazing part of the world!
Mike Barker (USA) | K2 & Gondogoro La, Pakistan

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I have already done one trek in Nepal (i.e Everest Base Camp) and I would now like to do something more challenging, what do you suggest and any ideas?

We offer a wide range of treks and expeditions that allow you to challenge yourself whether that be undertaking a ‘camping trek rather than lodge’, or undertaking a trekking peak to 6,500 metres or undertaking a trek to a very remote area which might involve three to five weeks while crossing a number of high mountain passes. In order for us to suggest the best trip for you please call or email us so we can discuss what level of challenge you want.

For those of you who have already trekked to Everest Base Camp in Nepal and looking to undertake a more challenging trip, please take a look at the following:

Mera Peak Expedition (Grade: Challenging & Mountaineering)

Dhaulagiri Circuit (Grade: Strenuous & Mountaineering)

Upper Dolpo to Jomsom GHT (Grade: Strenuous)

Makalu to Everest GHT (Grade: Challenging & Mountaineering)

Kanchenjunga to Makalu GHT (Grade: Strenuous)

Lunana Snowman trek in Bhutan (Grade: Strenuous)

K2 Base Camp & Gondogoro La in Pakistan (Grade: Challenging & Mountaineering)

We have designed our website where our portfolio of trips is searchable under “Find a holiday now” where you can select your holiday type (walking and trekking, mountaineering, luxury treks and cultural tours) as well as trip grading and suitability (easy, gentle, vigourous, demanding, strenuous and challenging).

Our mountaineering trips require previous experience of using ice axes and crampons as well as winter walking skills. In order for you to prepare for your trip and to gain these technical skills we suggest you join a mountaineering course. We recommend our partners Mountain Tracks who organise a program of winter mountaineering training mainly in Chamonix in the French Alps, for more information please take a look at Mountain Track’s website

 

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