Ian Taylor Trekking Dec 2015 Newsletter

Ian Taylor Trekking Dec 2015 Newsletter


We had 100% success on our last 8 Kilimanjaro climbs and great success on our Himalayan treks and climbs post Earthquake. We have helped raiseĀ over$32,500 for the remote village of Goli in Nepal. Their first project is under way. A new school will be built very soon. FIND OUT MORE. READ SOME BLOGSfrom our recent trips.

CLICK HERE for up coming treks and climbs.
CLICK HERE for our NEW Machu Picchu video
CLICK HERE for our Island peak video
CLICK HERE for our Kilimanjaro Video’s
E-mail ian@iantaylortrekking.com for further information.

CLIMB MERA PEAK:Ian will be leading our October 2016 Mera peak climb and we have 6 spaces left open for this amazing on this climb. E-mailinfo@iantaylortrekking.com for more info.
CLIMB MT. ELBRUS:Ian will be leading our August 2016 climb on Mt. Elbrus. Europe’s highest peak is one of those coveted 7 summits. E-mailinfo@iantaylortrekking.com for more info.
CLIMB ISLAND PEAK:Ian will be leading our Sept/Oct 2016 climb on Island peak. Standing at 20,305ft is one of life changing moments. E-mailinfo@iantaylortrekking.com for more info.
If you would like to schedule a call with Ian on skype: ian10035 drop us an E-mailinfo@iantaylortrekking.com and get the right information for your up coming Adventure. Do let us know if you would like any specific information about any of the trips we run.

If you would like further information about any of our treks, adventures and climbs feel free to call, e-mail or skype us at any stage. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals in the world’s mountain ranges.

We offer you a personalized service. Once you sign up you have access to our highly experienced staff 5 days a week. We have hundreds of expeditions under our belt and well equipped to help you achieve your summit.

One thought on “Ian Taylor Trekking Dec 2015 Newsletter

  1. Hi Ian – hope you are well. Following our last conversation, I have tried to reshape my work schedule for June. However I have been unsuccessful and the earliest time I can go to Denali is the first week in July. Is this too late for a good chance of successful summit?
    I know your scheduled trips are earlier, but is there any scope to arrange to go at that time with the company you engage on the mountain?


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