Mount Everest 70th Anniversary Treks

Andy Crisconi Himalayan Trekking Tours

May 29th in Nepal was ‘EVEREST DAY’! On this day the trekking and climbing communities came together (many at Everest Base Camp) to celebrate the first successful ascent of Mount Everest by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary on May 29, 1953. Yes, it is a big deal in our little world and the Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon was created to commemorate …

Three Passes of Mount Everest Lodge Trek

Andy Crisconi Himalayan Trekking Tours

Hi Andy, I’m back home at sea level where atmospheric oxygen levels are abundant. The trip was a success! No problems, all went well, and I made it across all three passes!Thank you very much for all your help in organizing. Cheers,Lonny in MassachusettsThree Passes of Mount Everest Lodge Trek – May 2022 Three Passes and two peaks over 5000 …

Nepal is Open and Everest Base Camp awaits

Andy Crisconi Himalayan Trekking Tours

Our first group in Spring 2022 has made it safely and happily to Everest Base Camp. A big congrats to the trekkers and to our attentive and experienced Nepali staff! Nepal is open with no required PCR test for entry or hotel quarantine for vaccinated travelers. Finally, after two years, hikers and sightseers are returning to this friendly, colorful and …

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The Trans Bhutan Trail Coming in Spring 2022

Andy Crisconi Featured Post, Himalayan Trekking Tours

In 2022, One World Trekking will be offering you the opportunity to hike on Bhutan’s historic Trans Bhutan Trail. The Trans Bhutan Trail can be broken down into many short sections and your trip can be arranged around the exact dates you wish to trail during every month of the year. Here are 4 of our current Trans Bhutan options, …

Experience the Trans Bhutan Trail with One World Trekking

Andy Crisconi Himalayan Trekking Tours

The Trans Bhutan Trail will re-open to the hiking world in March 2022 after being closed for 60 years! The Trans Bhutan Trail: For hundreds of years, the trail was used by the Royal Family, pilgrims, messengers, armies and traders. Until the 1960s, it was the only way to travel and communicate with others across the country. Now, it has …