About-Everest Base Camp Trek

This blog was started as a bit of an experiment after recommendation from a friend.  I figured, ‘Hey, I’ve never climbed or trekked or done any kind of mountaineering before, so why not start a blog?’ It’s probably far less daunting than trekking to Everest Base Camp!

It’s now almost 3 years from the day I went a bit mad, and boy am I glad I did!

I’m here to show you that anyone can do it, you just have to be stubborn enough.  I don’t claim to be a professional, in fact I am the exact opposite (on both accounts).

Please follow this blog if you are interested in finding out how a 5 foot incredibly unfit Indian girl even contemplates conquering the peaks and troughs of Everest (Base camp) and beyond.  I could certainly do with your support and company.

So without further ado, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

(Also, I might digress a bit from the whole mountain thing).

*A special thanks to Cotswold Belfast for sponsoring my trip.  Your advice, guidance, tips on gear and essential do’s and don’ts, not to mention on-going support throughout the years is most gratefully received.  Thank you.*



  1. Thanks! I should have added I did this in March 2013. Website just had a little face lift 🙂 For the record, it was hands down one of the best things I have ever done. If there’s anyone reading this who isn’t sure, don’t even doubt it. Take that jump!

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