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Trek 2020 – Nepalese Foothills

5th – 14th March 2020

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This unforgettable challenge explores the woodland valleys of the Himalayas, the highest mountain range in the world. Beginning in the central region of Pokhara, from here, take on steep climbs, cross suspension bridges and enjoy phenomenal views across the alpine landscape. Along the way, you will also be able to get a feel for the traditional Nepalese lifestyle as you visit local villages. You will also visit, and have time to explore, Nepal’s famous capital city, Kathmandu. A true once in a lifetime trip, raising money for St John’s Hospice.

Key Facts

  • Challenge Grade – 4 (Demanding) 
  • 10 days (9 nights)
  • Cost per person £3,990 – This cost can be made up of any combination of fundraising and your own money. You can fundraise every penny if you wish! We will help guide you along the way! The cost of the trip (£1995.00) will be paid direct to the orgainsers, Skyline Events.
  • Registration fee £399

In March 2020 we will be taking on the formidable foothills of the Himalayas! We will explore the lush woodland valleys of the Pokhara region, navigate through the mystical Annapurna range -conquering steep climbs, navigating across suspension bridges and enjoying phenomenal views across the unforgettable alpine landscape. The snow-capped peak of the sacred fishtail Machapuchare mountain will loom over us as we are greeted by the welcoming villagers of Tanting and bask in the panoramic sunsets.

The treks, whilst a personal challenge that can be so emotional for the individual trekker, also provide vital funds to the hospice that ensure that St John’s can continue to care for the people of Lancaster and the surrounding areas. – The last three treks have raised over £350,000 for our hospice!

If you have already signed up for our Trek you can setup your Fundraising page below:

To find out more about the terms and conditions about our treks – see here 

The fabulous photo used above was taken by inspirational travel blogger and photographer Louise Coghill. Click HERE for more information.

 

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