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Mustang Trail Race in the Guardian

Nepal: a trail runner’s paradise “After racing through the Himalayan country as the earthquake struck, it became clear that it now needs sporting tourists more than ever before,” says Alfie-Pearce Higgins. Alfie, second in the 2015 Mustang Trail Race this … Continue reading

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Post-earthquake Nepal

To say Nepal is going through difficult times at the moment would be an understatement. The web is filled with images and stories about the tragedy. It is important to mention though that Nepal is still a place you should … Continue reading

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Hotel Manaslu

Welcome to Nepal! We will meet you at the airport and pick you up and take you to the hotel. If for some reason you don’t need an airport pick up please let us know. Getting off the of the … Continue reading

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Accommodation on the Mustang Trail Race

If you’ve never been to Nepal before, here’s a bit of an explanation about the living and sleeping arrangements. Generally speaking, it’s a little bit off the grid, and nothing is measured in stars apart, cliche coming, except the views and … Continue reading

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Trekking to Lo Manthang, Mustang, Nepal

Mustang, Nepal: the trek to watch Teeji festival in Lo Manthang, the highs and lo’s of the Continue reading

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Arniko Chuli (6,039 m) Peak climbing expedition in Mustang, September 2014

Climb a 6000m peak on the Tibetan border in Mustang, Nepal. Continue reading

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April 2014 participant list

Neil Bacon, UK Celesta Fong, AUS Sue Savege, UK Karen Carrington, USA / Shanghai Frank Tschöpe, DE Günter Triebel, AUT Nicole Arnulphy, UK Matt Moroz, UK Marco Beretta, IT Jonathan Boylan, UK Patricia Luft, DE Matt Ingram, AUS David Vaudin, … Continue reading

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Luri Gompa winter puja Mustang, Nepal

 

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Trek in Mustang

We know the Mustang pretty well by now and work with knowledgable local guides to reach the places most tours don’t reach. If you want us to help you organise a tour to Mustang, for 10 days, or more or … Continue reading

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Running in the forbidden kingdom

She ran along the thin trail scattering small stones down the slope. “Ma ek dam busy chu,” she apologised. “I’m really busy, I have to go. Tell them sorry, hey? Just close the door and bring me the key. I’m … Continue reading

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