Mar 7, 2019• by Sajjan

How Difficult is Everest Base Camp Trek?

Three months ago we were contacted by one client from New-Zealand. Thomas Taylor mailed us and showed interest for Everest Base Camp Trekking. At that time we exchanged few emails. He told us that he...

Feb 27, 2019• by Ryder-Walker Alpine Adventures

European Treks

The magic of trekking in Europe is undeniable. Experience pastoral meadows and forests, mountain peaks which tower high above the clouds, and medieval villages tucked away from civilization. Almost...

Feb 22, 2019• by Subrat

Eco Trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal

Nepal is a beautifully landlocked country in South Asia. It has the highest elevations in the world including Mount Everest (Sagarmāthā in Nepali) at 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) height on the border...

Feb 20, 2019• by Ryder-Walker Alpine Adventures

The Best Multi-Country Treks

When hiking on a trek that explores multiple countries you will have the engaging experience of walking over alpine borders, often entirely unmarked beyond small plaques or World War era guard...

Feb 12, 2019• by Ryder-Walker Alpine Adventures

4 Most Intriguing Cultural Treks

Captivating Cultural Treks One of the most important parts of trekking is the opportunity to experience the majesty of some of the most unique cultures in the world. Everything from the food,...

This is the Quietest Corner of the Alps: The Matterhorn

Hiking Near The Matterhorn The Matterhorn is only the 10th highest peak in Switzerland. Due to its unique shape and that stands alone in its place, the presence of the Matterhorn is a powerful...

Jan 24, 2019• by routeonwheels

Kuari Pass trekking - A journey to spiritual wisdom

Each peaks has symbolic significance in Hindu religion..!! During the phase of trekking we had a superb view of peaks and each peaks have symbolic significance in Hindu religion. Like, Dronagiri...

Jan 23, 2019• by Ryder-Walker Alpine Adventures

Rorbu- The Cozy Fishing Cabins of Norway

What Is A Rorbu? A rorbu (rorbuer, plural) is a fisherman’s cabin and one of the most recognizable symbols (along with codfish) of Norway’s Lofoten Islands. The rorbu has distinctive bright...

Jan 20, 2019• by Josephkeats

Trekking to Machu Picchu

When considering visiting Machu Picchu, be aware that the Inca Trail - whilst iconic - is only one of many trails that get you to the Machu Picchu site! The Inca Trail can host up to 500 people...

Jan 16, 2019• by Blowinginthewind

Things to do in Pucón, Chile

Pucón is one of my favorite places in the world, because there you can do practically anything. It is located in the south of Chile, in the Araucanía Region. From Santiago, you can go either by bus...

The Fairytale Castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau

Neuschwanstein makes an easy day trip or one-day extension after the tour. Here are some photos of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, the often unknown and underrated castle that sits next...

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