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Island peak Himalayas (6189m.)

Island Peak at 6173m is a real Himalayan summit and the views from the top are acclaimed as some of the best in the whole Himalaya. This expedition combines climbing Island Peak with the classic Everest trek ensuring you are well acclimatised to take on this challenging ascent.

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Garhwal Himalaya, India, Mt Saife (6161m) & MT Thelu (6002m)

Saife Peak and Thelu Peak provide a breathtaking introduction to Himalayan climbing in a spectacular setting high above the sources of the Ganges in the Garhwal range.

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Cold Fox: Lake Baikal full 600 km traverse

  379 mile Ultra-Marathon. The event takes place on Lake Baikal, the deepest and oldest lake in the world. In winter the average temperature is -19 °C (-2 °F) and the lake surface freezes over. It’s upon this that the runners will run their race starting at Irkutsk, one of the largest cities in Siberia

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Ladakh Wilderness Expedition 2015 + easy 6000Mts Peaks

This is the Land of Himalayan high altitude nomads and the rare Himalayan wild life The vast Central Asian grassland, birthplace of Genghis Khan and the Mongols, stretches almost continuously from the rolling steppes of Mongolia, into the high Tibetan plateau and then south into north-west India.  The Indian grassland is known as the Rupshu.  As in Mongolia and Tibet, it is the home of nomadic Buddhist herders: the Changpas, Kharnakpas and Korzokpas.  These nomads migrate between winter and summer pastures with their yaks, sheep and pashmina goats.  Their land is unremittingly high but varied: treeless plains, huge snow covered mountains, high passes, turquoise lakes and grassy valleys cut by clear, glacier-melt rivers.  Dr Chris Curry, Steve Amstutz and Geoff Bartram, veterans of hundreds of Himalayan treks and climbs wrote to Indian Himalayan Excursions after their 2010 Rupshu crossing: “(it was) as amazing a trek as we have done.  It is difficult to find such beauty, variety and remoteness with so few trekkers in the Himalaya these days.  The wildlife was exceptional: Tibetan blue sheep, marmot, pika, hare and wild ass (kyang) in large numbers as well as wolf, black-necked cranes, bar-headed geese and our first sighting of snow leopard. Made ascent to few easy 6000 Mts. Peaks, we trekked with Changpa horseman and spent wonderful times with their families.  It was a truly memorable month.”

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Mt Kazbek 5047 Meters

This expedition takes you to the highest peak of Eastern Georgia this lesser known Gem standing at 5047m it towers over the surrounding

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Borneo, West to East full recce

This expedition includes 2 intensive survival training weekends based in the UK instructed by veteran jungle specialists we will teach you how to behave and operate in this terrain giving you the confidence and capability to successfully achieve this mission.

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Indianian Himalayas Trishul III (6007m)

According to Indian Mythology Mt Trisul I, II, III are Lord Shiva’s abode in Garhwal Himalayas. It lies in the inner core of the periphery of the Nanda Devi Biosphere reserve. The peak derives its name from the Trident of Lord Shiva. The region receives 60 to 100 feet of snow in the winter.

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Tibet, Mount Everest, North Ridge (8,848 m)

Join Ascent in what many describe as the pinnacle of mountaineering adventures, Mount Everest. Lead Sherpa Dorje has summit Everest 10 times making him a valuable member of the Ascent team, ensuring you're in safe hands!

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Climb Mera Peak (6,476m) Himalayas, Nepal

If you have always dreamed of climbing in the Himalayas, this expedition gives you the opportunity to trek at altitude with spectacular views Mera Peak is famous in the region as a trekking non technical ascent, yet because of its altitude and expedition ascent style, it will provide a challenge for experienced Alpine climbers. The length of the expedition ensures that your acclimatisation is developed slowly so that you can enjoy the trek and the ascents. The only requirement for this expedition is that you have good stamina and fitness, as all necessary climbing techniques can be taught during the expedition.

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