TOP TIPS FOR TREKKING EVEREST BASE CAMP

There’s a lot to prepare for when undertaking the Everest Base Camp trek – both before and during this incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Whether you are an avid trekker or a curious outdoors novice, there’s more to it than just booking a guide and setting off on a long, arduous hike.

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Celebrating New Year's on Everest Base Camp

By: Olivia Feldman

My decision to trek EBC in December was spur of the moment, but to this day I count it as one of the best treks of my life. Stunning landscapes, welcoming villages, and almost zero tourists made for a great way to celebrate the New Year.

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Packing for Everest Base Camp – A Definitive Guide

By: Becki Enright

It took eight days to reach Everest Base Camp and four days to get back down to the starting point at Lukla. Over three years on, I still count it as my biggest adventure achievement to date.

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AMAZING ADVENTURE SPORTS YOU SHOULD TRY IN NEPAL

By: Elen Turner

Any country with some of the highest mountains in the world--like Nepal--is going to be a great for mountain-related activities.

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SHORTER TREKS YOU CAN DO IN NEPAL

By: Elen Turner

While you can enjoy a number of very long treks in Nepal, you don’t need a whole month in order to enjoy some of the best trek that the country has to offer. Here are some suggestions for treks you can do if you only have up to 7 days in Nepal.

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TOP TIPS FOR TREKKING EVEREST BASE CAMP

By: Adventure Travel Bloggers

There’s a lot to prepare for when undertaking the Everest Base Camp trek – both before and during this incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Whether you are an avid trekker or a curious outdoors novice, there’s more to it than just booking a guide and setting off on a long, arduous hike.

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10 REASONS WHY NEPAL IS THE WORLD’S BEST TREKKING DESTINATION

By: Elen Turner

In the whole world, there are fourteen mountains above 8,000 metres: Nepal is home to eight of them (Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and Annapurna). Mountain climbing itself doesn’t appeal to everyone—it takes a lot of training, preparation and dedication.

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