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Our 2016 HHT Catalog
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 Himalayan High Treks is part of a connected global community. We support our participants, the places we visit as well as organizations around the globe that help to improve the quality of life for us all.

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The Better Business Bureau... HHT has been a proud
BBB Accredited Business member since 1996 —
many years supporting fair business practices for consumers!

Green America... HHT supports this organization dedicated to sustainable cultural and business practices supporting local communities worldwide.

The Adventure Travel Trade Association... HHT is a member of this organization dedicated to responsibly promoting & publicizing sustainable adventure travel.

HHT Regularly Contributes To Support These Important Not–For–Profit Agencies (you can too):

Liberation Prison Project

Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation

Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Dharamsala Animal Rescue

Society for Environmental
and Economic Development Nepal (SEED)

Bhutan Center for Media & Democracy

Kiva — Loans That Change Lives

Mitsuko Trust

Room to Read


 Website Photography Credits!

The photographs you see adorning the HHT website
were all taken and made available to us by numerous participants who have enjoyed HHT trips over the years. We use real photographs from real participants to assure you that the sights and situations you enjoy on our site are those you will actually encounter on your own trek.
No actors. No gimmicks!

We would like to acknowledge and thank our good friends for allowing us the privilege of including their imagery on our website:

Chuck L., Jennifer Widom, Chuck Warren, Jeff Delisio,
Mark Nyman, Dr. Joel Adelson, Dana Isherwood, Lisa Nelbach, Sarah Brooks, Amber Tamang, Kate Twain, JoAnneh Nagler, Alan Steinbrugge, Effie Fletcher, Gary Loth, Helen Moss,
Joe Fischer, Dr. Marc Irwin, Nancy Huntsman,
Betty Stanfield and Gina Marsala.

Thanks friends!

 Read & Submit Stories About Your Trip!
HHT Trail Tales is where we publish well-written short stories and essays from the personal experiences of our own participants. Stop by and read more about the places you can visit or compare your impressions with others. Write your own — share your trek experiences with other HHT travelers and we can present and illustrate it here!

  Instead of just hitting the bottle on your journey, we suggest to TAP the (re)source and cut the waste! Travelers Against Plastic is aimed to help cut an estimated 2.7 million tons of 'water bottle plastics' used globally each year. With iodine tablets, filtration or electronics, it's easy to purify local sources
of water for consumption. Choosing to treat your own drinking water when traveling is better for you as well as for the people and beautiful locations you visit. Keep the bottle-necks from the trails and villages (and take the message home with you too)!

  The lucky ones among us are blessed with a curiosity, desire and means to explore a vast and amazing world. We travel to extraordinary, far-flung places to absorb nature's majesty and the eloquence of cultures struggling to avoid commercialization or oblivion. Recent evidence has been a stark reminder for us all — that "every action has a reaction" and that one can no longer take for granted, the resources we once so-freely exhausted.
Speaking of exhaust: In addition to personal awareness and conservation, you can help offset the effects of your lengthy air travel by considering "carbon credits" from a reputable, Earth-conscious agency.

At HHT we find Terrapass will offer you a good estimate
of your airline flight's carbon footprint (try their 'calculator').
Please consider an opportunity to help offset the effects of lengthy air travel.

  For some more ideas on minimizing the effects of travel on the Earth's wildlife, cultures and resources, we suggest visiting Ethical Traveler.
Ethical Traveler is a grass–roots alliance uniting adventurers, tourists, travel agencies, and outfitters — everyone who loves to travel, and sees travel as a positive force in the world. Take a look at some fresh, new ideas that you can put into practice when you take your next adventure! Use your economic power to help strengthen human rights and do more to help protect the places you want to visit.


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