Snow Leopard & Meditation Trek – Nepal
Working with our friends at Mind Oasis, we are proud to announce a trek focused on mediation and reflection while trekking across some of the most beautiful regions of the Nepal Himalaya. Meditations will led by Mind Oasis’ talented teachers, and the trek leaders will be seasoned Himalaya experts. Trip participants will be asked to raise funds for Pangje Foundation’s conservation initiatives and will have opportunities to visit first hand with communities in which Pangje is carrying out programs. This is truly a one of a kind trip. Limited to eight team members. Please contact us for full details.
$6,500.00 per person, plus fund raising.
November 4-18 . 2019
Climb for Snow Leopards – Nepal
Join us on a charitable mountaineering expedition to Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak) in the heart of Nepal’s Annapurna Sanctuary. Beginning in Kathmandu, Nepal, we will travel to the Annapurna region, and begin our trek into the mountains from the lake side city of Pokhara. Tharp Chuli, a peak rising to just under 19,000 ft. above sea level, is a great mountain experience for those with all levels of mountaineering skills. Led by experienced mountain guides (all with Mt. Everest experience) and fully supported by our trusted camp staff, this is a great way to celebrate mountain cultures and help save Snow Leopards. Limited to six team members; please contact us for full details.
$7,600.00 (includes $1,000 minimum tax deductible donation)
May . 2019
Climb for Snow Leopards – Colorado
Join us as we venture into Rocky Mountain National Park on a journey to the top of Longs Peak. This is a great two day, non-technical, climb through some of the most beautiful alpine terrain in the United States. Longs Peak, checking in at just over 14,000 ft. above sea level, is the most iconic mountain in Colorado’s Front Range mountains; conveniently close to Denver, yet a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Limited to six team members per trip; please contact us for full details.
$2,900.00 (includes $1,500 tax deductible donation)
July 22-23 . 2019
August 26-27 . 2019