Through long-established friendships and partnerships with our overseas agents, One World Trekking has recently released 2012 departure dates for their unique collection of epic Himalayan trekking adventures which will take adventurous hikers to some of the most remote and culturally interesting regions of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet.
In the spring of 2012 the season kicks off in Tibet. The Kangshung Face of Mount Everest is the little-known ‘third side’ of Mount Everest and offers the most interesting approach and arguably most dramatic view of the world's most famous mountain. May is a fantastic month to hike through western Nepal in the all but forgotten, isolated territories of Humla in the far northwest corner of Nepal. A trek into Humla will offer its fortunate visitors with vistas that are both limitless and intimate. Humla is a land of eternally snow-capped mountains and sweeping valleys - a landscape as forbidding as some distant moon.
During the post-monsoon Himalayan trekking season, One World Trekking will again be offering its remote traverse from the lost valleys of NarPhu in the Annapurna area over the recently-opened Teri La Pass to the kingdom of Mustang. Also in the fall, One World travels to Bhutan to take on what is considered the hardest walking journey in the Himalayas – The Snowman Trek. And finally, to round out an already unbelievable season of trekking, a lucky group will have the opportunity to complete a unique and little-traveled itinerary linking the circuit around Manaslu with a traverse of the northern Annapurna Range and crossing of the Thorong La Pass at 17,765 feet.
This amazing collection of ‘gourmet trekking journeys’ is sure to whet even the most well-traveled adventurer’s appetite. For more information, contact One World Trekking at email@example.com or visit their website at www.oneworldtrekking.com for detailed trip itineraries.
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One World Trekking is an adventure travel company offering small group and custom tours to the world's great mountain areas such as Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Everest, Annapurna, Ladakh, Morocco, Patagonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Albania, Slovenia and beyond...