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Category Archives: Advice

Become a Sherpa Ambassador…

Ready for the next adventure? We’re looking for someone who is passionate about new adventures and even more passionate talking about them. Our new Brand Ambassador can either be a dedicated mountaineer, outdoor enthusiast or someone who enjoys travelling and adventures.  We want you to tackle each adventure with the right gear so you can take on any challenge this … Continue reading

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5 Things You Should Know About Cross Country Walking

    Training is Important Allow yourself some time to build up your fitness by developing a training routine. Depending on the route you choose, you may experience various terrains, difficult hikes and long periods of walking without any opportunity for a rest. Get walking for at least 30 minutes every day to increase fitness levels and add in a … Continue reading

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Top 5 Treks in Nepal

Important factors to consider when deciding where to take your next trip in Nepal should be popularity of the area, duration of the proposed trek route, trek style and pricing. Take a look at our top five treks in Nepal for trekking destination inspiration. Manaslu Circuit Trek Days: 11-22 Difficulty: Hard The route considered to be one of the best … Continue reading

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Getting Fit for Mountain Climbing / Adventuring

Planning a mountain climb or an expedition can feel like a huge task, but it’s one that should definitely start with improving your physical fitness. Remember – there’s no getting off when the going gets tough on the side of a mountain! Being at your fitness peak can make it easier on yourself for the duration of your trip. Whether … Continue reading

UK Adventure Guide

Planning which beautiful landscape to discover next is all a part of the fun and where the adventure begins. In this UK adventure guide we’ll also include handy clothing suggestions which are designed for specific climates to help keep you moving. As with any mountain (not considering the typical British weather), the climate can be very unpredictable and the highest … Continue reading