ISLAND PEAK CLIMBING with EBC Island Peak Climbing commences from the Airport at Lukla to Island peak with same route to classical Everest Base Camp Trek trekking trail till Dingboche. We will check all the gears and equipments before starting our trek. The group leader is well-trained, well-experienced and capable of leading the trek and handling any kind of emergency situations or mishaps during the trek. Oxygen and medical first aid box to be re-checked. The rocky ridges and the steeps lead to the summit of the Island peak at a height of 6189 meters. We will pass through the amazing glacial moraines (Imja and Lhotse), colorful monasteries with prayer flags and prayer inscribed stones, the forests full of rare floras and faunas and birds. The best times for Island peak climbing is during mid March-May (Spring) and mid September-November (Autumn) but the trek can be planned anytime of the year.Read more at: #island#peak#climbing#trekkingtrail#trekking#Trekking_Trail_Nepal
Kadang orang lupa untuk bergembira karena terlalu larut bekerja. Nikmatilah senja sambil tertawa. Jangan sekedarnya, bersukacitalah sepenuh jiwa
Karena senja termasuk salah satu suguhan ternikmat yang disajikan.
~ Icy road curving through Päijänne lake in Finland. Winter is coming to southern Finland finally. ❄️
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So it's that time of year when I reflect upon my favorite photographic moments. This year, I'm not making a Top 10 list. Quite simply, it's too hard. Our list of things we did is simply amazing in retrospect. How amazing? Well... We explored the artic circle and danced under the northern lights, we climbed three volcanos, watched a cheetah hunt in the wild, gazed at the Milky Way over Mt. Kilamanjaro in Africa, stared a lion straight in his eyes in the wild, hiked the Alaskan and Canadian wilderness, explored ice caves beneath a glacier, river boated along Amazonian rivers in Brazil in search of jaguars, got stuck in an Amazonian rain storm, and I even learned Portuguese to name a few. But most of all, we enjoyed many days with our closest friends and family. I took many many photos. So many I could never share them all here. Here's one from Iceland back in April.