Climb for Nepal Update + Your Chance to Hike the Everest Base Camp Trek

Best hiking trip to Nepal
Our Himalayan Odyssey trip was designed for Wildland's 30th anniversary. It embodies adventure travel and focuses on the principles on which Wildland was founded.  One of our core policies is that all of our trips should give back to the communities that we are visiting. Since this is a special trip we decided to ...
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A Perfect Honeymoon in Nepal

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The Mellors came to us ready to embark on a honeymoon that would start their adventurous life together off right! They traveled to Nepal where they got to explore the markets of Kathmandu, trek through the foothills of the Himalaya, and even take off on a flightseeing trip to see Mount Everest from the air! Here's a little more from ...
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Bringing Light to Nepal: Update

Bringing Light to Nepal: Update
In August, a team of climbers from Wildland Adventures successfully summited Mt. Rainier . More importantly, we  raised around $10,000 - doubling our initial goal - to provide solar lighting for schools in Nepal. Wildland Adventures is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and giving back to the communities we visit has always been a...
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Everest Base Camp Hike Voted One of the World's Dream Trails

Everest Base Camp Hike Voted One of the World's Dream Trails
National Geographic just released their list of 20 Dream Trails from all over the globe. It came as no surprise to us here at Wildland that the Everest Base Camp trek made the cut but don't just take our word for it! Check out the excerpt from the NG article below: This year we asked 20 outdoor luminaries—from trail runners to CEOs to beloved authors—about the trails they dream about. Here are their picks for the world's best hikes. Ready for adventure? Hiker: Jim Whittaker, mountaineer In His Words I would recommend the trek to Everest Base Camp to anybody. The people are incredible, the scenery can't be beat, and you get to take a look at Everest or Chomolungma, meaning the "Goddess Mother of the World." It's spectacular just to see the highest point on planet Earth. In 1963, it was a 185-mile trip. These days you can start by flying...
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Hiking the Himalayas: Can You Do It?

Hiking the Himalayas: Can You Do It?
The short answer is yes.  Too often when people think of trekking in Nepal they think of Into Thin Air, of impossibly tall mountains, and of glacier-strewn ice fields. Too rarely do they realize that hiking into the foothills of the world's tallest mountains is doable for just about anyone.  Conde Nast contributor, Jen Murphy, recently wrote a piece outlining what you need to know about trekking in Nepal after she hiked to Pangboche on the Everest Base Camp trail this past October. She starts off with, "Suprise! You don't need to be an extreme athlete to tackle Nepal!" See what else she had to say below: Has the country recovered from the April 2015 earthquakes? In Kathmandu, many buildings and stupas remained in need of repair, and tidy piles of rubble lined the streets, but much of the city was back in action. In Namche Bazaar, a hub for...
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