Cycle Across Tibet to Mt. Everest

1st  –  23rd OCTOBER 2016  14 SPACES OPEN 

We need a minimum of 10 people to run this trip.

1208 Mountain biking across Tibet

Cycling 1,170km across Tibet to Everest Base Camp on the North side is a challenge and adventure that is unmatched. Once achieving the high point,  you will then cycle the 2nd longest down hill in the world all the way back to Kathmandu.

Our cycle is a fully supported expedition in Tibet and Nepal, riding from the ancient capital of Lhasa across Tibet via Mount Everest Base Camp and then ride into Nepal in the Kathmandu valley on the second-longest downhill (two and a half days) in the world. This trip, with accommodation in local tea houses and camping, offers those cyclists with an adventurous spirit to live up close with the mysterious nomadic people of Tibet and experience this vast and unique landscape on a more personal level.

This expedition allows time for exploring many of Tibet’s most fascinating cities and monasteries and gives the rider the opportunity to ride the best and most scenic portions of the friendship highway that links these two ancient Himalayan Kingdoms. Support vehicles carry all equipment (and riders who may need a rest on the climbs!) giving us the freedom to accommodate participants of many different levels of riding skills.

We will have an experienced Nepali mountain bike guide, fluent in English and Tibetan. They will ride with you, look after you and your equipment, help you with all-important altitude, acclimatization and other health matters, and deal with Chinese officials and the support crew. Your trip starts and finishes in Kathmandu, where the guide will take care of all your last-minute needs, endorse your Chinese visas, and ensure that this fantastic, once-in-a-lifetime experience will also be trouble-free.

Cycle Across Tibet to Mt. Everest with is in 2016. Get your team together and join us on this once in a lifetime journey.

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