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Welcome to Mountain Kingdoms travellers’ tales! Here is the place to share your stories, to pick up travelling, walking and trekking tips and to gain inspiration for future adventures.

Mountain Kingdoms are worldwide walking and trekking holiday experts with 26 years’ experience in running trekking holidays as well as select trekking peaks, cultural tours and cycling holidays. Whether you’ve travelled with Mountain Kingdoms before or just love to travel, we’d love to hear your tales. Email us your Travellers’ tales

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Tales from adventure holidays around the globe

A Knife Edged Ridge Hike up Mt Snowdon

By Guest Blogger - 08th August 2014
in Walking and Trekking, Europe

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A Knife Edged Ridge Hike up Mt Snowdon

It’s a weekend escape from London Life. A three hour train journey takes me away from a sea of granite buildings to a rugged expanse of mountains, spring water tarns and charming villages. I am staying at Jesse &... Read more

Tense Experience at the Transnistrian Border

By Guest Blogger - 07th August 2014
in Cultural Experiences, Europe

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Tense Experience at the Transnistrian Border

The atmosphere on the minibus is tense. Quiet and unsmiling the guard slowly moves from person to person, scrutinising with unflinching eye each and every document, peering from passport to face to passport again. First the babushka... Read more

Travellers’ Tales & photo competition

By Ashley Peachey - 24th July 2014
in Travellers' Tales

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Travellers’ Tales & photo competition

To celebrate the launch of our new worldwide blog ‘Travellers' Tales’, we are inviting you to submit your images and travel stories. Whether it’s a unique experience, a cultural encounter, a trekking tale or a piece of advice, we... Read more

Steve Berry in Kashmir

By Ashley Peachey - 24th July 2014
in India & Sri Lanka

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Steve Berry in Kashmir

Last week Mountain Kingdoms' Managing Director, Steve Berry, took off for India where he will spend three weeks following in his father's footsteps in his 1946 expedition to Mount Nun in Kashmir. During his time he will be trekking in... Read more

The White Continent - Antarctica

By Ashley Peachey - 10th July 2014
in Polar Regions

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The White Continent - Antarctica

Known as the White Continent, Antarctica is a world away from the familiar scenery of rolling green hills and concrete jungles, and is quite literally at the ends of the earth. Antarctica is a place of spectacular icy-white ... Read more

An unforgettable way to experience the Ancient City of Petra

An unforgettable way to experience the Ancient City of Petra

Here at Mountain Kingdoms, we love an adventure! We have a passion for exploring fascinating destinations that are a world away from modern civilisation, and we know just the way to do it! This is why we’ve carefully ... Read more

Spend Christmas in Princess Elsa and Anna’s World from the Disney Movie...

Spend Christmas in Princess Elsa and Anna’s World from the Disney Movie Frozen

Experience the wonderful sights that encompassed the heart-warming Disney characters of Princess Anna and Princess Elsa, in the much loved family film Frozen. ... Read more

IT Schools Africa- recycling unwanted computers

By Ashley Peachey - 07th July 2014
in Africa

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IT Schools Africa- recycling unwanted computers

Earlier this year at Mountain Kingdoms we updated all of our office equipment and kindly recycled our old computer monitors. We donated our equipment to a charity called IT Schools Africa... Read more

Great British Beach clean up

By Ashley Peachey - 04th July 2014
in Europe

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Great British Beach clean up

So it’s finally summer and Britain has recently been enjoying some rare British sunshine. The glorious weather has brought people in their thousands to Britain’s beaches... Read more

Festival season has started!

By Ashley Peachey - 02nd July 2014
in Cultural Experiences

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Festival season has started!

With Worthy Farm opening it’s gates last week for the highly anticipated Glastonbury Festival 2014, I thought it would be a great time to look into less well-known festivals around the world... Read more