Each trekking trip requires a reasonable level of fitness. Most days are approx. 4-8 hour trekking days, at a
slow pace, including rest breaks.
rain will be generally be uneven, dusty and with rocky trails. At higher altitudes there may be some snow
under foot is there is some snowfall from time to time.
Therefore, to the extent you can spend time walking, swimming, jogging and undertaking some strength work
before your trip, it will only add to your enjoyment by allowing you to relax more and not exert yourself too
much. Spending time on trails for reasonable periods will prepare your body (and especially your legs) well for
the trekking that you plan to do.
It goes without saying, that mountaineering expeditions will generally be more physically demanding on your
body than a trekking trip. Therefore, participants should adopt a sound training regime in advance of any
mountaineering trip in order to be well prepared for their climb. At the time of your enquiry with us, we will ask
you about your experience and fitness and will provide some guidance on what you can do to be prepared for
your trip in order to give you the best chance for success.