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Trek and climb Nepal
7:06:02 PM
In October 2007, Xtreme Adventures is running two trips to Nepal where you will be guided by Tika Bahadur Tamang, the Sherpa who, in mid May this year, summated Everest - not once, but twice in one week.

Accompanied by Tika and our experienced Western Guide, you have the option of these two inspiring trips:

25 day Khumbu Circuit Trek - taking in the breathtaking Gokyo Lakes, Cho La Pass, Everest Base Camp, and the famous Tengboche Monastery.


31 day Everest Base Camp, Lobuche East, and Island Peak mountaineering expedition - following the Khumbu Circuit Trek you will be given the chance to summit two 6,000m plus Himalayan peaks. No climbing experience necessary.

Mention Chockstone and you will receive a 10% discount on prices listed in our Live Nepal - October 2007 brochure.

For a brochure, email

7:26:00 PM
Presumably you missed the sticky, highlighted topic stating that spam will be deleted.

Or maybe you didn't, but you just thought you'd post it here anyway. Twice.
8:14:03 PM
oh but come on tmarsh it aint all bad, we get 10% off! ;-)
10:33:49 PM
I recon if they give us 35% off then we should let them keep their posting.
for fox sake
8:04:07 AM
You can save a fortune by DOING IT YOURSELF!

Fly to Kathmandu, then get $50 flight to Lukla, get yourself to Namche and start walking with the rest of the trekkers.

He'll be charging around $2400 and if you sort yourself out in Thamel, the same trip will be around $1000. There again, you don't get to tell your mates you trekked with a guy thats been to the top of the world. Ahhh the price to pay for bragging!

2:26:13 PM
According to the ad, Tika Bahadur Tamang didnt stand on top of everest, he just stood somewhere else in the world and gave a summary of what the peak was like. Ohhhh I see, he summited :)
for fox sake
6:03:51 PM
On 8/06/2007 GravityHound wrote:
>he just stood somewhere else in the world and gave a summary of what the
>peak was like. Ohhhh I see, he summited :).............

Mount Druitt !

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