Join us on this spectacular and scenic trek which meanders through lush, green forests and remote villages before you ascend the steep Thorung La Pass, the highest point on the trek at 5416m. See how you fair at altitude in an encouraging team environment whilst soaking up the local culture and cuisine in quaint teahouses along the way.
British Adventurer and Everest Summiteer, Holly Budge, has joined forces with Shera Sherpa to bring you Trekaneering, a new breed of adventure. Think the beaten trekking path meets the mighty mountain. If you’ve ever trekked to a base camp and had a burning desire to just keep going or maybe you’ve wandered how you will fair at high altitude, they can help. The dynamic duo have shared many adventures together, including on Everest and now bring you responsible and fun journeys with purpose. You will leave with greater skills, insight and lasting memories. Their motto is ‘Think Big, Dream Bigger’.
Holly, a big mountain expedition leader, was quite literally on top of the world when she summited Mount Everest (8848m) last year. Her passion for adventure is evident with two world records under her belt so far, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and race semi-wild horses 1000 kms across Mongolia in just nine days. Holly is a passionate conservationist, founder of award-winning charity, How Many Elephants and an engaging motivational speaker. Read more about Holly here.
Shera Sherpa has a wealth of experience with over 22 years of working in the trekking and climbing industry in Nepal, Tibet and India. His extensive knowledge of the mountains is matched by his warm and charming manner. His passion is not only evident for the mountains but for fair and honest adventure. Shera’s has a solid mission to help his village recover from the 2015 earthquake and this is where the idea for ‘Remote Sherpa Village Trek’ was born.