Catch up on Channel 4 - Yeti: Myth, Man or Beast
During an incredibly remote trek in Bhutan, a Bhutanese guide accompanying Steve spotted some interesting tracks in the snow... read more.
Steve's story and tales of the mysterious Yeti appeared on Channel 4's, Yeti: Myth, Man or Beast, on Sunday, 29th May 2016, at 8pm.
The programme brought a mysterious insight into the beliefs within communities high-up in the Mountains of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet and features our very own Himalayan explorer and Managing Director, Steve Berry.
Many a time, trekkers have sat high in the Himalayan Mountains pondering the existence of the Yeti, now here’s a chance to take a look at the evidence and decide for yourself.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society (BMRES), their President, Jo Bradwell, has written a book documenting the organisation’s many medical expeditions over the years.
One of Bhutan’s leading environmentalists, Dasho Benji Dorji, has recorded a fascinating talk for the Bhutan Society of the UK. He established Bhutan’s Royal Society for the Protection of Nature in 1987 and has been a passionate advocate for the preservation of the endangered Black-necked cranes.
Trekking to an iconic base camp can be an incredible experience. From South Inylchek to Everest take a look at our top base camp adventures.