Epic Himalayan Journeys

Our Epic Himalayan Journey Series represents an outlandish program of unique, off-the-beaten-path trekking adventures. These treks were created to cure the 'been there done that' syndrome and provide the experienced and the first-time Himalayan trekker with an epic mountain trekking and cultural experience.

Classic Himalayan Treks

Our Himalayan Classic Trek Series represents the tried and true walking journeys of the world's greatest mountain range. Our goal is to provide you a quality trek at a competitive price on dates that work for your schedule.

Annapurna Treks

Barely 25 miles north of Pokhara sits the most beautiful mountain range in Nepal - the Annapurnas. The Annapurna Range is one of the most popular trekking destinations in the world, it is easily accessible from Pokhara and offers tremendous potential for scenic walks and for alpine exploration in a splendid high Himalayan setting.

Mount Everest Treks

The Everest region is understandably the world's most popular and spectacular hiking destination. Sacred stones, chortens, mani walls and prayer flags will mark our route as we look down into the gorge of the Dudh Kosi and gaze up at the seemingly outstretched arms of Ama Dablam.

Worldwide Hiking Tours

Our new program of Worldwide Hiking Adventures is designed to take us across the globe in search of the world’s best hiking and cultural vacations. We have developed a series of unique, professionally guided and fully-supported hiking trips to the world's great mountain areas. Lace up your boots!

JULY 2014 FEATURED JOURNEYS

EPIC TREKKING ADVENTURES

(970) 945-2601

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  • PO Box 3084
  • Aspen, Colorado 81612

 

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Associations and Awards

Everest Base Camp Trek has been awarded:
"50 Tours of a Lifetime 2013"

by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.

Lost Valleys of NarPhu Trek has been awarded:
"50 Tours of a Lifetime 2012"

by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
 
Tsum Valley Trek has been awarded:
"2012 Himalayan Trip of the Year"
by Outside Magazine.