Adventure Guide, with Classic Journeys, has a full and increasing programme for the years ahead, with something for everybody from cultural tours to mountain treks to long distance trails in the UK. Built on the success of more than 20 years of training and trekking with the King’s Himalayan Club, the following programme is available in 2015.
Mera Peak (6486m) Dates 26th March -20th April 2015 A stunning trek and climb in the Nepal Himalaya. A unique opportunity to climb the highest trekking peak in Nepal as part of a fabulous 18 day trek in a less frequented area giving you a real taste of adventure.
The Dales Way – Dates 6th – 14th June 2015 A fully supported camping trip from Ilkley to Bowness-on-Windermere through some of England’s most beautiful countryside.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path – Dates 27th June – 5th July 2015 A fully supported camping trip. This is not the path in its entirety but includes the best sections to fit within the time frame.
Iceland – Dates 24th July – 2nd August 2015 A breath taking 5-day trek in the remote northeast and an opportunity to visit some of Iceland’s most spectacular attractions. Iceland is one of the most understated countries in the world. This trip not only takes you whale watching from Husavik, it also takes you to the thermal activity around Lake Myvatn, to the tallest waterfall in the country, climbs a spectacular peak and incorporates a stunning, remote 4/5 day trek in the NE of the country.
The Cotswold Way – Dates 4th – 13th September 2015 A fully supported camping trip in a beautiful stretch of rural England with attractive market towns and quaint villages.
Shivling and the Source of the Ganges – Dates 20th Sept. – 3rd Oct. 2015 A trek in the Garhwal Himalaya, northern India, to the Source of the Ganges in the shadow of Shivling. The Ganges is religiously important to approximately one billion Hindus. This 13-day trip takes us into the Garhwal Himalaya to the source of the Ganges, where many Sadhus (Holy men) reside and on to Shivling Base Camp for stunning views of this spectacular mountain. At 6543m, it is not the highest Himalayan peak by any means but it too is of huge religious importance, being the sacred symbol of the God, Lord Shiva.
Possible destinations for the next two or three years
Sri Lanka – a rich mixture of culture, adventure and relaxation in a country that is emerging after many years of civil war.
Makalu Base Camp (5400m) – a trek to the fifth highest mountain in the world in memory of Scott Rennie and to raise funds for CRY – April 2016
Greenland – a chance to visit the vast emptiness of Greenland with its spectacular scenery.
Galapagos Islands – an opportunity to explore the unique flora and fauna of theseremote islands. This trip can include some time on mainland Ecuador
Vietnam – an off the beaten track trip trekking among the hill tribes of the north as well as visiting some of the better known sights and including a short extension into Cambodia
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