Nanda Devi East Base Camp – Brij Ganga Pass Trek
Right up in the northern most frontiers of the Kumaon Himalayas, the Johar Valley remains till today one of the less frequented but well coveted destinations for the true lovers of the Himalayas. Nanda Devi needs no introduction. Ever since the closure of the sanctuary, knowledge about this cross section of the Himalayas continues to be the preserve of books and periodicals only. But lately with relaxation of the inner line permit it has now become possible to walk upto the Nanda Devi base camp through the Johar Valley from Munsiyari.
Everest Base Camp & Kala Pathhar Trek
One of the world’s classic trek. The ethereal views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Ama Dablam. A walk to the Mecca of mountaineering.
Mt. Everest! The mountain that has captivated the imagination of our race, sacred to both Hindus as well as Buddhists, this mountain now has acquired modern lore of its own, of heroic feats and tragic episodes. Walk with “Countryside” the route to the base camp of Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain at 8848m/29,030 ft. straddling the border of Nepal and Tibet. This mountain stands its solid and squat shape beside its neighbors Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Nuptse. This route is the most famous of all trekking routes in the world, and goes through some of the most stupendous landscapes anywhere. This is a region where superlatives start failing to describe that magic of a phenomenon that draws people of all kinds. We arrive into the exotic city of Kathmandu, capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal and next day – fly to Lukla, from where we begin our trek. This route through the Khumbu region goes up the Valley of Dudh Kosi River, through forests of rhododendron and pine, passing quaint Sherpa villages and remote Buddhist monasteries. En-route, we get spectacular views of Mounts Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse and Everest itself. Our route will directly take us to Kala Patthar and the Base Camp, from where we would get grand views of the Khumbu glacier and the Western cwm. Here’s a chance to have the experience of a lifetime…
Breakfast With Champions – 3rd Edition
Did you know there is a food forest in Mumbai city? Visit this food forest and lera secret from the champions running it. Interested in eating, growing your own organic food? This one’s for you! Preeti and Pramila from Urban Leaves are our champions for October. Register HERE
Preeti and Pramila make green magic in Mumbai city. They are champions for transforming concrete jungles to sustainable Urban Food Gardens for over 15 years now. Bountiful harvest, restoring barren soil, experiencing biodiversity – you will get to hear about all this and more from both of them.
Breakfast with Champions is a monthly meet with epic outdoorsy people! This will be the 3rd edition of Breakfast With Champions organised by Let’s Be Outdoorsy. Come, get inspired.
Registration: Rs. 200 inclusive of a super yum champion’s breakfast!