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Trek to Dolpo in Nepal

Oct. 16, 2010 I will be leaving for a 28 day trek into Upper Dolpo in western Nepal. This will be my third trip to Nepal. I'm looking for adventure minded people to help share expenses on this trip. Dolpo is nestled among 8000 meter peaks and has one of the best preserved examples of traditional Tibetan Culture. I have One other person signed up to go with me as well as a dear Sherpa friend who will be leading my trek. He is a veteran climber of Everest as well as other 8000 meter peaks. if this sounds interesting please feel free to contact me at. jnanke9183@msn.com
Thanks!
John

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