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Lost Earth Adventures declares Nepal back in action

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And tour firm rebuilds Shree Krishna Primary School after raising £8,400 in donations

Adventure travel company Lost Earth Adventures this month launches its new Nepal offering, after spending the past three months assessing the trekking terrain, post-earthquake.  
Company Founder, Richard Goodey led his team in Nepal, both training new staff and completing trail reports and risk assessments, before guests arrive.


Goodey states: “If you’re wondering where best in the world for an adventure this year, there is no question - Nepal is the place to be. We were able to trek into the Manaslu Circuit and one of our all-time favourite routes, of the Langtang Valley, Helambu and Gosainkunda Lakes. Fortunately all reports of the terrain have come back positive, so we’ll be back in full swing this autumn.”  

MANASLU CIRCUIT TREK
Lost Earth Adventures offers 16 days trekking in the shadow of the world's tallest mountains for £1,250 pp
Get up close and personal with the world’s eighth highest mountain. Guests stay in traditional Nepali teahouses and trek through high mountain passes, surrounded by the stunning natural flora and fauna of Nepal.

SCHOOL OF HARD ROCKS
After the earthquake Lost Earth Adventures set up a fundraiser to rebuild the Shree Krishna Primary School, located in Shikhar Besi. With the support of climbing legend Johnny Dawes, over the last 10 months the travel firm raised an impressive £8,400, through donations from past client and friends of the company. The children of Shikhar Besi now have a safe place learn.

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