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Himalayan Support Projects News Edition 7

Himalayan Support Projects News Edition 7

Documents   •   Nov 14, 2014 16:41 GMT

We hope this newsletter will raise awareness of the positive effects that responsible tourism brings to a region. The last year has been busy and exciting for us as our fund raising has gone from strength to strength and our supporters have been busy with sponsored events which has allowed us to help even more communities in the Himalaya.

Great Walks into the Myanmar Hills

Great Walks into the Myanmar Hills

Documents   •   May 23, 2014 09:00 BST

In the first of our new series on great walks, Andrew Eames leaves behind the growing tourist crowds for a trek into the pristine Chin Hills - The FT

Ecotourism: exploring deepest, darkest Peru.

Ecotourism: exploring deepest, darkest Peru.

Documents   •   Jun 08, 2014 11:05 BST

As I Bought a Rainforest airs on BBC Two, Adrian Bridge visits an eco-tourism venture in Manu National Park in the Amazon rainforest – and witnesses the threats of deforestation and pollution it faces.

Go wild for the beauty of Brazil

Go wild for the beauty of Brazil

Documents   •   Jan 28, 2014 00:00 GMT

Sarah Marshall goes wild for the beauty of Brazil - Hull Daily Mail

Slideshow Bob

Slideshow Bob

Documents   •   Mar 02, 2014 14:49 GMT

To mark next week’s Winter Olympics in Russia, Susanna Galton heads to Norway’s 1994 venue... where she soon finds it all goes rapidly downhill

Buena vista cycle club

Buena vista cycle club

Documents   •   Jan 08, 2014 10:27 GMT

Cuba has existed in isolation for decades, but as travel restrictions are lifted and economic reforms kick in, life is surely about to change for its inhabitants. Jessica Salter went on a cycling tour of the island before it's consumed by the modern world- The Telegraph.

Cool Runnings

Cool Runnings

Documents   •   Jan 18, 2014 00:00 GMT

A the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia approaches, Anil Dawar tries cool runnings in 1994 venue, Lillehammer. Daily Express.

How it feels to hurtle down an Olympic bobsleigh run

Reluctant adrenalin junkie Andrew Trotman subjects himself to a bobsleigh ride down a track that punishes those who do everything right with speeds of 75mph and 5Gs - The Telegraph

Tall Order: 6000m trek up Stok Kangri

Tall Order: 6000m trek up Stok Kangri

Documents   •   Nov 06, 2013 09:00 GMT

The summit of Stok Kangri is just 200 yards away, but I know these final few feet are going to feel like the longest walk of my life. Simon Cable writes for the Mail online.

A case on Kenyan summit fever

A case on Kenyan summit fever

Documents   •   Nov 01, 2013 14:00 GMT

Derek Fanning writes for the Irish Sunday Independent about his Mount Kenya Trekking holiday with Exodus.