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Apr 22, 2018
Camp 1 - 6,100m - Lydia, Brad, Robin and Mike D had a good night at Camp 1 but awoke to windy conditions. It’s very windy higher up the mountain and so...
Apr 22, 2018
The beautiful upper Khumbu has delivered! After a cold night where all our water bottles froze, it was hard to get up. The walk today was absolutely spectacular though...
Apr 22, 2018
We are off, Phakding here we come! - Today began with an early start. We went to the airport and after some delays we got on our flight to Lukla. It was a beautiful...
Apr 22, 2018
Dispatches Starting Soon - It has been two very warm days in Kathmandu, which has seen the arrival of the five team members for the Luxury Everest...
Apr 18, 2018
Last Days in Kathmandu - We flew by Twin Otter from Lukla to Kathmandu. This especially pleased Pressly as it is an aircraft on his bucket list to fly on. On the final approach...
Apr 17, 2018
That's a Wrap! - It's been a busy few days on the road. The descent from Pheriche where we had snow, down through the juniper scrub, into the rhododendron...
Apr 17, 2018
Difficult Decisions at Everest - Following today's climb into the lower icefall, Bernard realized that the oxygen level at 5500m, which is half that of sea level, is proving...
Apr 13, 2018
Exploring Kathmandu - Some final pictures today of our now relaxed and back at lower altitude crew of Alice, Adeline and Bee Lee exploring the shopping bazaar of...
Apr 12, 2018
Dispatches starting soon... The Adventure Consultants Island Peak Expedition will operate from April 26 to May 19, climbing Island Peak (6,189m) and trekking in the Khumbu region of Nepal...
Apr 09, 2018
A Trip of a Lifetime - This has been the best trip ever! After a beautiful evening with all the AC team at Everest Base Camp, it was time to say goodbye...
Mar 23, 2018
Goodbye, Ciao and Adios - We awoke late, some later than others, in the seaside town of Bahia Inglesa, in a cool wee hotel that looks out to the sea. The resident...
Mar 23, 2018
A flurry of flights to Nepal, a huge shipment of delicacies and Kathmandu's flood gates opening to a procession of down-clad hopefuls...
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