Trek or Climb in the Glorious Khumbu of Nepal

There is still room for you on two exciting Global Adventures in Nepal's Khumbu region with Himalaya veteran Craig Miller: A trek to Everest Basecamp and Kala Patar lookout; and a climb from there over high passes to the basecamp for 27,765' Makalu, the world's fifth highest peak
Cheryl Talbert Cheryl Talbert
September 25, 2014
Trek or Climb in the Glorious Khumbu of Nepal
4 Mountaineers atop 18,405' Kala Patar overlook, Mt Everest behind

Craig Miller, veteran of decades leading fun and successful private and Mountaineers adventures in the Himalaya, still has room on two upcoming Global Adventures in the Everest region of Nepal! Don't miss out on this opportunity to see the world's tallest peak and experience the visual and cultural richness of this part of Nepal, with someone who really knows the area.

On his TREK TO NEPAL'S EVEREST BASECAMP AND KALA PATAR October 8-28, 2014, first tour Kathmandu, Nepal and fly to the exciting Hillary airfield in Lukla, Trek via Namche Bazaar and the Buddhist Tengboche Monastery  to stunning views of the world's tallest peak from the best vantage point, Kala Patar, at 18,450 feet. Visit the Everest Basecamp with views up the Khumbu Icefall. Then trek back through the lovely Nepal landscape and remote villages to Lukla for the trip back to Kathmandu. Sleep in lodges and carry just a daypack. Read more about the trip  and contact Craig for more information: .

On Craig's parallel climbing adventure (a basic climb),  TREK TO NEPAL'S EVEREST BASECAMP AND KALA PATAR AND CLIMB TO MAKALU BASECAMP October 8-November 8, 2014, you will visit Kathmandu, fly to Lukla and trek to Kala Patar and Everest Basecamp with the trekking group, staying in lodges, then part with them for an amazing 17-day basic climbing and scrambling itinerary. Cross multiple 18-20,000' passes and scramble two peaks including 19,049' Pokalde before reaching the basecamp for Makalu Peak, the fifth highest peak in the world at 27,765'.  Stay in fully supported tent camps with great guides and excellent food. For more information and to register, view the trip page or contact Craig: .