NEW TRIP: Join an exped to Nepal to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first female summit of Everest by Junko Tabei (Japan) by climbing Yala Peak, a 5732m mountain which Junko also climbed and to mark the 10th anniversary of the earthquake which devastated so many areas of Nepal.
NEW TRIP: This carefully crafted adventure is the ideal intro in to life in India, the culture and the trekking as you journey through the foothills of the impressive Himalayas. But first, a trip to India isn’t complete without having a chance to become accustomed to the infamous Indian hustle & bustle of Delhi followed by a visit to the exquisite mausoleum of white marble structure in Agra, the Taj Mahal. Welcome the whirl of colour, noise and flavour of India with our small group adventure.
Private trip for Team McKeown members only in support of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Experience some of the best trekking trails on the planet without the demanding impact of high-altitude ascents. Trekking the Annapurna Region is one of the most jaw-dropping and stunning places in Nepal. You’ll be captivated by the area from the very first day. This trip offers a window into traditional culture and lifestyles of the Annapurna Ranges in the Himalayas.
NEW TRIP: Trekking in the shadow of the eigth highest mountain in the world Mount Manaslu (8,163m), this is the perfect alternative to the neighbouring Annapurna and Everest regions. It has equally spectacular Himalayan scenery, wildlife and remote villages but sees far fewer trekkers. Manaslu means “Mountain of the Spirit”. Your route offers great acclimatisation and strong cultural interest. As you cross the highest point of Larkya La, you’ll enjoy a great sense of achievement and the breathtaking views of the giant peaks of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kang Guru and Annapurna II.
The Annapurna Explorer Trek is perfect to experience some of the best trekking trails on the planet in short period of time without the demanding impact of high-altitude ascents. Trekking the Annapurna Region is one of the most jaw-dropping and stunning places in Nepal. You’ll be captivated by the area from the very first day. This trip offers a window into traditional culture and lifestyles of the Annapurna Ranges in the Himalayas.
NEW TRIP: The spectacular Karakoram mountains of Pakistan are home to some of the wildest landscapes on Earth. At the heart of the Karakorum, the glacial junction known as Concordia is dominated by huge, encircling peaks. Nowhere else on Earth can you stand so close to so many of the world’s highest peaks including Broad Peak (8047m), Gasherbrum (8080m) and the mighty south face of K2 (8611m). This is unquestionably one of the most spectacular places on the planet.
The Everest Base Camp trek is arguably the most famous trekking route in the world and the most popular in Nepal. It gives an great insight into the lives and culture of the Sherpa people combined with a journey into some of the most breathtaking mountain scenery in the Himalayas.
This trek is one for the lover of high places and those wanting to push themselves to the limit.
Experience an incredible cultural journey as you pedal 450kms off the beaten track to immerse yourself in the rawness and beauty of Vietnam and Cambodia. Pedal to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, witness the local way of life, experience the warmth and friendliness of the country’s rural hospitality. Arrive in Siem Reap near the Western Gate of Angkor Wat to behold sun set over sugar palm trees marking a memorable finish.
NEW TRIP: Journey into the enthralling depths of Nepal and experience a thrilling off the beaten track adventure by foot, by bike and by rafts. Traverse the foothills of the Annapurna Range, cycle trails against the backdrop of the impressive Langtang Himalaya, trek through remote mountain villages and summit of Poon Hill at sunrise and raft Nepal’s world-class white water. Discover more than the mountains of Nepal.
NEW TRIP: Exploring on two wheels is the best way to experience this beautiful country and the way of life of its friendly people. Journey from north to south Sri Lanka through ancient cities, Anuradhapura and the fortress at Sigiriya, the towns of Kandy and Udawalawe National Park where the ever-changing scenery makes for an amazing cycling trip. Finish on the beautiful beaches of the south coast.
Stepping out across the peaceful semi-ruin of a section of the Great Wall is like walking in the footsteps of the past. Far from the tourist crowds we are able to get a great sense of the scale and the majesty of this remarkable piece of engineering without rushing through.Trekking various contrasting sections of the wall, we get closer to day-to-day life in rural China before returning to Beijing.