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Sue Lawty’s adventures in wild Zanskar at the Destinations Travel Show

By Mountain Kingdoms on 04 Jan 2019
Categories: Office news

Sue Lawty’s adventures in wild Zanskar at the Destinations Travel Show

Last year Sue Lawty successfully led our Wild Zanskar trek in this remote and fabled region of the Indian Himalaya. Accomplished artist, as well as experienced trek leader and adventurer, Sue will be presenting tales and images from her experiences in Zanskar at the Destinations Travel Show in London at the end of the month.

Sue’s stunning images will reveal Zanskar’s powerful and dramatic landscape, whilst thrilling stories of exciting river crossings, high mountain passes and exposed cliff-edge paths are just some of the challenges that Sue will inspire and entertain you with.

If you would like to join Sue at Destinations find out how to claim your free show tickets.

Sue’s presentation will be on:

Date: Thursday 31st January, 

Time: 2.30pm 

Place: Meet the Experts Theatre

Destinations Holiday & Travel Show, Olympia, London

 

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