Archive for: December 2020

COVID-19 flexible booking conditions

We have always treated our clients personally, and respect the fact that in these difficult times, more than ever, you require flexible booking conditions. We have therefore amended our booking conditions to make them more flexible, and to enable you to book with confidence, knowing that we will enter into dialogue with you to help you find the best solution for you in the event that you need to alter your booking. These booking conditions run alongside our standard booking conditions.

Our guarantee to you: In all cases, we aim to be as flexible as possible.

Please click here to see our COVID-19 booking conditions which run alongside our standard booking conditions.

We’re open over Christmas !

We will be open over the Christmas and New Year period, with the sole exception of Christmas Day, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’re thinking about planning your next trip.

Please contact us using the form here or by emailing info@trekmountains.com

We would, of course, like to take the chance to thank all of our clients for their continued support during what has been a challenging year for us all.
We would like to wish you all a Peaceful and Happy Christmas, and we’re all looking forward to a much better 2021!

Kendal Mountain Festival 2020

Here at trekMountains we’ve been enjoying catching up with Kendal Mountain Festival 2020 in the comfort of our own lounge. This year you can watch all the movies and listen to all the talks online, and it is all available on demand until 31 December, so that means you’ve still got plenty of time to enjoy it all. Cast it to your TV, watch on your computer, tablet or phone – the choice is yours.

With more than 200 films, 15 specialist sessions and over literature talks, there’s something here for every adventure and outdoor enthusiast.

So far, our favourite film has been Chhaupadi
This film offers a fascinating insight into some of the cultural practices in Nepal. It follows one very special expedition by Edurne Pasaban, the first female to ascend all fourteen 8000m peaks in the world.
In this film Edurne leads an expedition to the sacred mountain Saipal in a remote corner of the Himalayas, taking with her young women from the area who want to transform the unfair sexist traditions that marginalize them.

We wonder what your favourite film, speaker or book will be?

Details can be found at https://www.kendalmountainfestival.com/

Ann , trekMountains