Chiang Mai is a lovely city in the northern part of Thailand. It wasn’t our plan to go to Thailand after Nepal, but as Roman had to fly out for an assignment to another country for a week, I decided to spend that time in Chiang Mai. At first I was a little bit nervous of traveling all alone for the very first time, but realized quickly that it’s no big deal. Keep reading
Some people bring a lot when they go for a long trek and some go with very minimal equipment. It’s a personal choice, there’s no wrong or right. See our recommendations for a trek to the Himalayas in Nepal. Some things make live just easier… Keep reading
After a few days in Chukhung we feel better and make our way to Dukla, a very small mountain village closer to our next project: The peak of Lobuche East. We are excited that this is going to be our first 6000m climb. There isn’t much in Dukla, just two lodges and everyone has it’s own bakery. Loads of trekkers on their way to the the EBC (Everest Base Camp) stop here for lunch. Keep reading
The hard hike of the Kongma La pass put us into a very long sleep. Sunstrokes through the window wake us up. I open the door and the first thing we see is an astonishing mountain landscape. That’s supposed to be a good day! Keep reading
A little trail with unbelievable views leads us from Dzonghla to Lobuche.
Renjo La is a pass 5.630m above sea level. Being in Lungden at 4.350m at the moment means we are going to face 1.000m vertical meters… let’s do it! Keep reading