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    its just a matter of one foot after the other.:-) or take a 4wd truck
    BC on the Chinese side is more accessible, can drive right up
    Have done both by Mtn Bike

    Visting Mt. Everest from Nepal-Side or China-Side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Just to reach base camp is an achievement in itself.
    No, it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyqueen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Just to reach base camp is an achievement in itself.
    No, it's not.
    How many times hsve you been there QueenWilly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post

    How many times hsve you been there QueenWilly?
    one time. and you?

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    been twice; once walking, once bicycling. if one goes slow its no big deal at all.
    just need deal with the altitude.

    QueenWilly are u retired?? fuck 60,000+ posts in 11 years 15 posts/day amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101
    Whilst we were in Adelaide we asked some people who'd done it about the trec and, apparently it's the most horrendous mash of people all struggling along with scant regard for the place or the people.
    Absolutely true no matter what the OP says (what's he selling?). Actually, it's more like an ant hill that has been kicked. There are great treks in Nepal that are off the grid but EBC is not one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumbitch View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101
    Whilst we were in Adelaide we asked some people who'd done it about the trec and, apparently it's the most horrendous mash of people all struggling along with scant regard for the place or the people.
    Absolutely true no matter what the OP says (what's he selling?). Actually, it's more like an ant hill that has been kicked. There are great treks in Nepal that are off the grid but EBC is not one of them.
    on of the best treks I have done where u do not meet people is Lantang/Helambu
    up to Gosainkund lake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard
    on of the best treks I have done where u do not meet people is Lantang/Helambu
    up to Gosainkund lake
    That's a great example. I've done the Langtang trek 3 times and the Gosainkunda trek once

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