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Join Ronnie Muhl, one of the few South Africans to have summited Everest, for the opportunity of a lifetime.

Make your dream a reality, put on those boots and set off on an adventure to one of the great mountains of the world.

Whether it’s Kilimanjaro, Aconcagua, Elbrus, Everest Base Camp or one of the other peaks you hanker after, with Ronnie Muhl as your guide, this is your time, this is your summit.


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Ronnie Muhl is currently leading nine climbers to the summit of Everest, from the south side, as part of Adventures Global. The team consists of five South Africans and five Australians, with the Australians climbing to raise awareness of Bowel Cancer Australia. They left on 29 March and expect to return by the end of May. They are accompanied on part of their journey by eleven trekkers to Everest Base Camp (see below). Go to our Facebook page here, or follow their daily progress by going to the Noticeboard at www.adventuresglobal.net.


Trek to the base of the world’s highest peak with an international team of climbers aiming to summit Mt Everest in April/May 2010.

Our 15 day trek allows for proper acclimatization to afford everyone the best opportunity of achieving their goal of reaching Everest Base Camp and the summit of Kala Pattar.

Explore the exotic city of Kathmandu before flying to the remote mountain town of Lukla where our adventure into the Khumbu area of the Himalaya begins.

We follow an ancient route through tiny Sherpa villages, high mountain passes and deep gorges and the views grow increasingly
more spectacular as we venture further up the Dudh Kosi (“Milk River”).
We visit Namche Bazaar, the gateway to the Khumbu region and its administrative capital as well as Tengboche with its magnificent
Buddhist monastery.

A strenuous yet non-technical climb of Kala Pattar highlights the truly spectacular panorama of Sagamartha (Mt Everest),
the “Mother Goddess of the World” and many other of the planet’s highest mountains.

We will then spend two nights at Base Camp with expeditions from around the world preparing for their assault of the world’s highest mountain.

This blend of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration will leave you with lasting memories and a great sense of accomplishment!
Arrival Dates – Kathmandu

01 April 2010 15 April 2010 30 April 2010 15 May 2010

(This itinerary is subject to change)

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