Sherpa Everest

The Sherpa Everest trip that I was on was just excellent. The Aussies , the leaders, cook, sherpas and porters were the best. I just wish we could have had one more beautiful day in Namche so we could have gone to the Everest Hotel. One of the days we walked through 7-8 inches of snow and unfortunately we did not see the mountains. That was a day to remember. The next day it was unbelievably clear in Namche but we had to start our return towards Lukla. All in all, it was great trip.

I was amazed how well I did on the Sherpa Everest trip and I believe the Aussies and the leader were amazed too. I believe it was the way the sherpas lead us up the hills. A nice slow and steady pace along with staying in Namche for two days. Keep up the good work.

Evan Klofach | USA
 
 

The German Danube

The Danube, Europe's second longest river, courses through ten countries en route to the Black Sea. This expansive cycling tour leads you along the entire German Danube. From where the Brigach and Breg Rivers join in Donaueschingen to where the River crosses over to Austria near Passau, you will cycle through the entire breadth of Southern Germany. As the cycle path meanders alongside the river, pass by magnificent castles and monasteries and get to know the exciting cities of Ulm and Regensburg. The route is characterised by stunning natural vistas and numerous picturesque towns and villages.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Donaueschingen
DAY 2 Through the Baar landscape to Fridingen/Beuron (50/60km)
DAY 3 Cycle via Sigmaringen with its inhabited castle to Scheer (50/40km)
DAY 4 Continue past historic villages to Ehingen (65km)
DAY 5 Cycle past medieval castles and ruins to Ulm (45km)
DAY 6 Interesting villages and a Rococo style church are part of the scenery en route to Lauingen/Dillingen (50/55km)
DAY 7 Cycle to Donauwörth on the mouth of the Wörnitz (45/40km)
DAY 8 A few small hills of the Franconian Jura en route to Ingolstadt (65km)
DAY 9 Continue by bike and boat to Kelheim (55km)
DAY 10 Cycle to Regensburg, the most northerly point of the Danube (40km)
DAY 11 Cycle past Wörth Castle to Straubing with its distinctive tower (50km)
DAY 12 Cycle to Deggendorf, the gateway to the Bavarian forest (40km)
DAY 13 A final stage to the three river city of Passau (60km)
DAY 14 Trip concludes (or continue on to Vienna or Budapest)

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Trip Code: UDU
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  14 days
Activities:  Cycling
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price: £1,230.00 GBP

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M mid season surcharge £140

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