After a full month of the ultimate Nepal adventure, with a stop in Tibet, the Sellers family expedition has come to an end. The Sellers began their expedition with a visit to the Khumbu, where they experienced the slow-paced, easy-going culture of the Sherpa’s as they trekked to Everest Base camp. After their visit to EBC, Scot and his Sherpa team successful made it to the top of Island Peak. Next, after three exciting weeks in the Khumbu the Sellers family travelled to the ancient and unscathed region of Mustang where they explored the famous “Sky Caves of Nepal” and the walled city of Lo Manthang. Finally they stopped in for a visit to Tibet where they toured the iconic city of Lhasa. Enjoy some of the amazing photo highlights from these outstanding adventures!
Archive for November, 2013
Berg Adventures now offers gift certificates – just in time for the holidays! Our gift cards are available in whatever amount you specify, they are transferable and they do not expire. If you wish for your certificate to apply to a specific trip, we can prepare a gift package with all the information the recipients will need to get ready for their trip. We can send certificates and packages to you or directly to your friends and family.
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Many of Berg Adventures trips feature high altitude climbs and treks. People who are taking their first trip up high often have a lot of questions about what they should expect. Knowing what you will likely experience will help you prepare and alleviate some anxiety you may have about it. Just remember, people travel to, and even live at, high altitudes every day. You will experience some challenges and even discomfort at high altitudes, but your symptoms will subside as you acclimatize and certainly when you head to lower altitudes.
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In March 2014, Berg Adventures will embark on a unique journey to Indonesian New Guinea to climb the highest peak in Oceania – Carstensz Pyramid. This is not like any of the other Seven Summit climbs. We will trek for days through virtually trackless forests, finally reaching the equatorial alpine terrain of Base Camp. It is also the only of the Seven Summits climbs to include a classic rock climbing ascent.
Join us on a climb that is truly a wild adventure!