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Everest Base Camp Trek by Mrs G.

Everest Base Camp Trek by Mrs G.

There are not enough superlatives which can adequately describe the experiences that made up this adventure: the fascinating, colourful, noisy, cheerful ... Read more

Steve Berry Returns from Kashmir

Steve Berry Returns from Kashmir

When I was a young boy I used to hear all my father's stories of his expedition to try and make the first ascent of Mount Nun in Kashmir. How as young army officers of the Raj, he and two friends had travelled from Delhi to Srinagar where local dignitaries had loaned them a lorry to get to the road-head, which in 1946 was at Sonamarg. Of how three Sherpas had been employed to join... Read more

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

Few places can compete with a record-breaking attraction like Mount Everest, but Nepal can. There is actually so much more to trekking here than taking on the world’s highest mountain. Everest may dominate the minds... Read more

Trekking Holidays with Mountain Kingdoms

Trekking Holidays with Mountain Kingdoms

Walking holidays have become increasingly popular as more people enjoy the health benefits that an active or adventure holiday can bring as well as the opportunity to take in new surroundings and ... Read more

Tailor Made Holidays with Mountain Kingdoms

Tailor Made Holidays with Mountain Kingdoms

It goes without saying that since the explosion of online travel agents, companies and budget airlines over the past decade, there has never been such a plethora of choice when it comes to booking a holiday ... Read more

The Trek of a Lifetime

The Trek of a Lifetime

Few people will ever make it to the summit of the world’s highest mountain, but the sheer scale of Everest makes a trek to base camp an adventure in itself. There is something enthralling about Mount Everest that cannot be... Read more

A Knife Edged Ridge Hike up Mt Snowdon

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 & James... Read more

Tense Experience at the Transnistrian Border

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

Steve Berry in Kashmir

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 his father’s original trek when he attempted Kashmir’s highest peak, Mount Nun, standing tall at 7,135m/23,410ft.... Read more

The White Continent - Antarctica

By Mountain Kingdoms - 10th July 2014

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

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