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"I just wanted to say a massive "Thank you" once again for organising such a brilliant trip. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience (again!), especially the passes. The sights I observed along the way were absolutely stunning and something I will cherish forever."

Ray 2022

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3 - 17 Nov - Langtang, Gosainkund and Helambu region

15 days

£2100 per person


9 - 26 March - Manaslu Circuit

18 Days

£2300 per person 

1-16 Nov - Upper Mustang

16 days 

£2800 per person

2026 (TBC - contact me to register interest...)

March - Langtang, Gosainkund and Helambu region

October - 6000m+ Peak 

Ratio 1:8

There will be a max of 8 persons on each trip 

These are big trips and are a large commitment, so I'm always to keen to send you further information and chat you through the trips in person, or online before you make any decisions. Below is a broad overview of the trip, if you're inspired then please contact me direct.....


It's simple!

Complete the online booking form and pay a deposit


Make sure you check out the terms and conditions on the Booking Page

For all Overseas trips a monthly standing order can be arranged after the deposit payment to spread the payments. Please email me to ask about this -

Full payment details are on the booking form and you will receive confirmation of your booking, payment received in an auto reply and I will contact you shortly before the course with the final details

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Every year I offer an exciting trip to visit the Nepali Himalayas, I'm keen to visit other areas that are less travelled, more authentic and have an adventurous feel to them! I've visited the Khmubu region for many years now and have trekked all the variations there are, Gokyo will remain a firm favourite of that region, however it has become extremely busy in the last few years and for me detracts a little from the trekking in such an incredible place.  


2024 I'll be heading to the Langtang, Gosainkund and Helambu region.

This trek takes us to the glaciers below Langtang, perhaps one of the summits of Kyanjin Ri or Tsergo Ri for some magnificent panoramas and the spectacular holy lake at Gosainkund, an important place of pilgrimage, before heading into the Helambu region.

The Langtang region sees fewer visitors, it is an area of great natural beauty and pristine walking trails,  located close to the Nepal-Tibet border north of Kathmandu, the region offers a raw wilderness trekking experience and still retains its rustic charm, most of the villages along the Langtang trail still seem suspended in time.

In 2025 I'll be offering 2 exciting options...

ManasluThe circular trip is regarded by many as Nepal’s best trek, it has everything you would expect from the Greater Ranges, spectacular views, unspoiled and hugely varied countryside, from rice terraces to spare Tibetan villages and from rich forest to a high pass crossing at just over 5000m.

The trek is both geographically spectacular and culturally fascinating, many of the upper regions communities are direct descendants of Tibet whilst the Larkya La Pass at 5160m is one of the most dramatic crossings in the Himalaya. Check out the video & blog from 2023 trip below...

Upper Mustang - This is trekking in Nepal 20 years ago and between the views, culture and the people of Upper Mustang, this has to be one of the most spectacular treks in the World. The former Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, stretching north from the Annapurna mountain range, is one of the most dramatic and exotic corners of Nepal. With its stunning landscapes and timeless Himalayan villages, Mustang is the stuff of trekking dreams.

The Khumbu region has over 60,000 trekkers visit over the year, Upper Mustang has approximately 3000.... this is an opportunity to explore the quieter, ancient and ‘Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang’ that has long been shrouded in mystery. Protecting its authentic Tibetan culture from outside influences, Mustang remained closed for many years to foreigners until it finally opened its doors in 1992, trekkers though were not allowed in until 1994.


2026 seems along way off, however I'm often asked about 'going a little higher'.....So a 6000m+ walking peak is planned for this year along with a revisit to the Langtang area

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EBC, Cho La Pass & Gokyo 2018 

Kongma La Pass, EBC, Cho La Pass & Gokyo 2022 Blog

Kongma La Pass, EBC, Cho La Pass & Gokyo 2022 Video

Manaslu 2023 Blog

Manaslu 2023 Video



These are challenging mountainous walks over 10-15 days with a considerable amount of time spent at over 4000m. We will be affected by the effects of altitude during the trip and whilst we’ll discuss how to manage this, walking in the high mountains can be quite physically tiring, so combined with the effects of altitude, these are challenging environments. The trips are planned to allow your body to acclimatise with some rest days built in, there are also a few short days of journeying, again to allow us to adjust correctly.

To give yourself the best opportunity to enjoy this trip, prior fitness training in the hills and mountains is absolutely essential.



You’ll mostly just need your mountain walking equipment and clothing, with a couple of extra times, for example, although daytime temperatures can be very pleasant, many of the nights will be close to or below freezing so a warm jacket and sleeping bag are essential. I will send you a detailed kit list when you confirm your place. 



I don’t book your flights, rather once they are released I will confirm the flight I’m flying on and you book your own. Then we will meet centrally at the UK airport or in Kathmandu. If you wish to fly from another airport then you will need to ensure it arrives and departs in a similar timeframe to mine.


Myself - I will be guiding this trip

Arrival and departure airport transfers

All transport in country including any internal flights

All accommodation in Kathmandu and on the trek, this will be on a twin / shared room basis 

Park Entrance fees and trekking permits

Sherpa Guide

Porters to carry personal equipment



International Flights

Drinks/food - I do not include food on this trip, rather allow you to choose what you want to eat

Nepali Visa


Personal insurance

Personal equipment

Tips for porters and Sherpa guides.



A £400 deposit* will secure your space and the balance payable 90 days prior to the start date

On receipt of your deposit, I will send you a detailed itinerary, equipment list and a packing tick list. This will provide detailed information/advice on flights, accommodation, food, health and hygiene, environmental responsibilities, walking at altitude, fitness, insurance and currency.


*Non-refundable deposit, please see Conditions of Booking



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Still have a question? Check out the most common FAQ's here or please do CONTACT ME

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