Yushan, also Mount Yu is the highest mountain in Taiwan and the fourth highest mountain on an island. In the winter, Yushan is often capped with thick snow which makes the entire peak shine like stainless jade, hence its name. The highest point is 3,952 metres (12,966 ft) above sea level.
Date: 4-10 Jan, 4-10 Apr, 1-7 May, 5-11 Aug, 14-20 Nov, 10-16 Dec 2020
Hallasan is South Korea’s biggest peak, reaching almost 2 kilometers (1,950 meters, to be precise) and climbing it might seem like a much physical preparation needed sport activity, but don’t worry it is not as hard as it seems at first and possible for everyone.
Date: 28 Mar – 01 Apr 20
Take on the hiking trails and summit the most stunning of mountains in Korea
Date: 02–15 Aug 2020
This classic of mountain biking is a south to north traverse of the Khangai mountain range that covers nearly fifth of the country’s territory. This region dominated by dome shaped mountains, mixed woods, clear streams and lush grassy valleys receives abundant rainfall compared to all other parts of Mongolia.
Date: 6-16 Jun, 4-14 July (Confirmed), 1-11 Aug 2020
For adventurers looking to explore remote areas, this trek brings you by glacier-fed rivers, snow-packed passes, turquoise lakes, and high peaks. You will also have a chance to hike where few people seldom go, besides the local Kazakh nomads watching over their livestock grazing in the summertime.
Date: 28 June -10 July 2020
Trekking in the far north west of Mongolia is a spectacular experience as it takes you through permanently snow-capped mountains, glaciers, torrential rivers, lakes, sand dunes and wilderness of Mongolia has to offer. These summer treks are supported by camels as well as horses, covering a distance of about 120km and includes 2 high passes of 2930m and 2944m. Each trekker will carry a light pack with the day’s needs.
Date: 19-25 May 2020
In the winter, snow often covers the mountain, making the snow trek difficult and thus making it must for those seeking snow trekking in the mountain. The mountain ridges and valleys of the mountain make it a major regional place for trekkers.
This tour is designed to take you deep into the desert, to a remote camp, from where you explore different landscapes of the Gobi. You discover ancient rock art, take a camel ride with a herder family, and visit a mountain temple. See the famous “Flaming Cliffs” and climb desert sand dunes. With our local guide and driver, you will feel at home, meeting the people of the Gobi.