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One small step....

One small step....

77,031, 77,032 ...... these are very small steps indeed but are hopefully taking me ever closer to being as fit as I want to be. I'm trying put in at least one session a day now and in the last few days up to around an hour at a with 4 to 5,000... Read more

Holidays To Burma’s Himalayas: A Wildlife Lover’s Guide

Holidays To Burma’s Himalayas: A Wildlife Lover’s Guide

There’s more to see on holidays to Burma’s Himalayan region than we could fit into a hundred blog posts, but for those animal lovers thinking of venturing into this stunning region, here’s a glimpse of the wildlife... Read more

What Was It Like For Everest’s Pioneers?

What Was It Like For Everest’s Pioneers?

Stories of the first Everest expeditions – the danger, the adventure, the determination – continue to inspire those who embark on an Everest Base Camp trek today, and it’s easy to wonder, but hard to know: ... Read more

Records For Oldest And Youngest Women To Summit Everest

Records For Oldest And Youngest Women To Summit Everest

This year has already seen numerous successful mountaineering missions in the Himalayas, with several record setters among them. The bar was set high when a new Everest Base Camp trekking record for youngest climber... Read more

Three Must-Do Everest Base Camp Trek Experiences

Three Must-Do Everest Base Camp Trek Experiences

An Everest Base Camp trek is, of course, an incomparable experience in itself, but there are many components that make up a journey - from the glory of the grandest views to the warmth of small moments shared with others.... Read more

Olympic inspiration for Vaughan

By Vaughan Sydenham - 3rd August 2012
in Guest Bloggers

Olympic inspiration for Vaughan

32,161, 32,162 ... Less steps and more biking this week but I did feel inspired by the Olympic opening ceremony to break my own personal best by completing 1,750 steps in one session - no medal ceremony for me though!... Read more

One Step at a Time to Ama Dablam

One Step at a Time to Ama Dablam

It seems like a long time ago that I booked this trek but its now less than 3 months away! I usually try to be an early booker so I have something to look forward to for longer and having a date in my diary means my ... Read more

Holidays to Burma: What You’ll See on a Phongun Razi Trek

Holidays to Burma: What You’ll See on a Phongun Razi Trek

For many, the Himalaya are synonymous with Nepal, but let’s not forget the other countries that these majestic mountains extend into – there’s so much variety and wonder in the ... Read more

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