Join me in Nepal for the Trek of a Lifetime!

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Join me in Nepal on an Everest  Base Camp Trek!

Here on Bearfoot Theory, my mission is to inspire you to live a life that you are excited and passionate about.

And if you’ve been holding back, I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. From October 8th-23rd , I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day Everest Base Camp trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Sargamartha National Park, a number of Buddhist monasteries, and coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains.

It’s going to be a journey of epic proportions!

I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. On May 2nd, I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day all-inclusive Everest Basecamp guided trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Buddhist monasteries & coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains. Get the details, sign up & get ready to see an amazing part of the world!

— What is this trip all about? —

Myself and Bearfoot Readers will be led on a 16-day Everest Base Camp Trek by expedition photographer & ANYWHERE+ guide Karl Nesseler who has spent the last two seasons on Mt. Everest and many more years guiding around Guatemala, Peru, Chile, and Argentina.

With his experience and friendships in the region, he’s going to give our small group the chance to experience authentic Himalayan culture in a way that we wouldn’t get on any other group tour.

From staying at the region’s best mountain lodges, participating in Buddhist ceremonies, and hiking some of the most beautiful terrain in the Himalayas, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grow physically, mentally, and to see an amazing part of the world with an experienced guide and fun group of like-minded people.

I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. On May 2nd, I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day all-inclusive Everest Basecamp guided trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Buddhist monasteries & coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains. Get the details, sign up & get ready to see an amazing part of the world!

— What does the trip include? —

I’m excited to announce that ANYWHERE+ is offering Bearfoot readers a $500 discount so we can experience this awesome adventure together (the discount is not reflected in the price listed).

The Everest Base Camp Trek, which departs from Katmandu, is a unique all-inclusive guided experience that includes all food, the highest quality lodging available, all tours, unique cultural ceremonies, transportation, and a helicopter ride (AWESOME!!!) at the end of the trek so we can see all of the ground we covered from the sky.

You literally won’t need to take out your wallet once you land in Nepal. The all-inclusive nature of the trip also means that we won’t have to worry about carrying around loads of cash or that we might be unknowingly overpaying for things, making the adventure completely hassle free.

Finally, the price includes a small donation towards the earthquake recovery efforts.

Also, with Karl being such a pro behind the camera, every person on the trip is going to go home with a personalized book full of incredible (1000% Instagram-worthy) photos documenting their journey.

 

If you’ve been looking to make a change, take a short break, or make a commitment to travel more, consider coming with us!

 

And if you need a little more convincing about how you can benefit from travel, read this Huffington Post article.

Reasons to Travel

I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. On May 2nd, I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day all-inclusive Everest Basecamp guided trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Buddhist monasteries & coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains. Get the details, sign up & get ready to see an amazing part of the world!

I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. On May 2nd, I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day all-inclusive Everest Basecamp guided trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Buddhist monasteries & coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains. Get the details, sign up & get ready to see an amazing part of the world!

— Who is this trip for? —

You do NOT need to be an athlete or ultra-fit to do this trip.

This trip is intended for people of moderate fitness level, and Karl has designed the trip so we gradually adjust to the altitude and move at a slow and comfortable pace. We will all be in it together, supporting each other along the way.

I’m inviting you take a leap and join me on the adventure of a lifetime. On May 2nd, I’m headed to Nepal for a 16-day all-inclusive Everest Basecamp guided trek, where I’ll be hiking through the Himalayas, visiting Buddhist monasteries & coming face to face with the mountain of all mountains. Get the details, sign up & get ready to see an amazing part of the world!

— To sign up or to get more info —

To sign up or get more info, fill out the form on the ANYWHERE+ Everest Base Camp trip page and enter the $500 discount code “BEARFOOTTHEORY” in the Notes section. Shortly after, Karl (k@anywhere.com) will get in touch, provide you all the details, and answer any questions you may have.

 IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL ME ANYTIME.

THANKS AND I HOPE TO SEE YOU IN KATMANDU! 

Bearfoot Theory

 

** This post was produced in partnership with Anywhere+ **

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Hi! I'm Kristen....blogger, hiker, sunset-watcher, and dance floor shredder. I feel most alive in the outdoors and created this website to help you enjoy the best that the West has to offer.

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  1. Nepal . . . I just think the word and a huge silence follows . . . on my first year long solo trip (many moons ago, now) I walked for six weeks in Nepal. Starting from Pokhara, up past Dhalugiri . . . along the Annapurnas . . . the scale of it took my breath away then . . . the thought of it still does.

      Damn….sounds like an amazing trip. I can’t wait to get there! Hope you are doing well Scott!

    Not happening for me but damn, that sounds awesome! Have an amazing time!

      Bummer! hopefully you can join one in the future.

    Kristen this sounds like so much fun! I’ve been wanting to go to Nepal for quite some time now. Are all of the pictures included above taken by Karl?

      Hey Holly – Yep all the pictures in the post were taken by Karl. He’s a total pro. I’d love for you to come!…feel free to email me if you have any questions! -Kristen

        They are just gorgeous! Definitely interested. Looking into flights now! 🙂 🙂

    Wow, this sounds amazing. I will for sure be checking in for the updates! 🙂 I have adventured in a lot of places but have never been lucky enough to make it to Nepal. I have heard that trekking there is changing fast so it will be great to see what you experience!

      Hey Melissa! Yea it’s going to be a blast. If you have any interest in coming, let me know! We’d love to have you.

    I was in the Annapurna region in March, 2015. The Himalayas are an extraordinary, magical space to explore self, selflessness, ancient wisdom, and perspective.

    Kristen, you may want to consider adjusting your post-trip schedule accordingly: strong likelihood you will want to mull around the Himalayas longer than 3 weeks.

      Thanks for the tip Yok! I think you might be right.

    Wow, this looks so Awesome! I’m definitiy going to look into it.

    Nepal sounds like a great trip and wonderful adventure. Would love to come but I’m committed to 23 days on the JMT with my daughter this July. Thanks for all of your help with our planning and preparation.

      Well the JMT is an awesome alternative. Have a blast out there with your daughter and come back and let me know how it goes! -Kristen

    My wife Kel and I are in!! Big fans of the blog! Thanks for pointing us at this bucket-list-trip … Can’t wait for October!

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      Hey Dean – That’s amazing news. Really stoked to have you and Kel joining the group. I’ll shoot you an email. Cheers! Kristen

    Omg this looks amazing! I\’m seriously considering taking part in this adventure.

    Two questions though: do you know if there\’s a participants limit? And second, organising flight to and from Kathmandu is on us right?

      Hey Karo – Stoked you are interested in coming! It’s going to be a really incredible experience. The group will be capped around 8-10 people and you are responsible for arranging your own flights. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out! -Kristen

    I am not a great cook, so I come across your blog after googling “nutricious backpacker meals” whilst I am blowing my budget in Australia… I find myself suddenly drawn to your Base Camp trek! Are there sttill places left?

      Hey Mieke-

      I think the trip is full or almost full. You should contact the guide using the contact form on their website. There may be one spot left or if not, we can get you on the waitlist.

      Cheers, Kristen

    Cannot do it this year, but I am seriously looking at a trip to Nepal next year. The itinerary sounds fantastic.

    Is this a yearly trip? Not sure I can swing it this year, but VERY interested!!!

      I probably won’t be doing Nepal every year, but I may do a group trip to somewhere else. Please sign up for my newsletter to be kept in the loop!

      I did contact anywhere.com and they told me that it will be offered next year. I just don’t know if Kristen will be involved in it. I am very interested in it but cannot go this year. I have always wanted to see Everest.

        Hey Mike, Thanks for your interest in Everest base camp. I’m not sure about my travel schedule for next year, but I’m hoping this is just the first of these kind of trips…make sure to subscribe to my email list to be kept in the loop: https://bearfoottheory.com/subscribe/

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