The Best Trek EVEREST – Climbing Everest for World Vision Australia

BIG NEWS: On March 7 2015, I will climb to EVEREST Base Camp in support of World Vision Australia

This is the biggest challenge i’ve taken on yet and I feel the stars have come together to make it happen. I love Nepal as a country, I sponsor a beautiful little girl there through World Vision, I have always wanted to conquer the World’s largest mountain (even a small part of it) and I wish to further support the great work of World Vision around the world.

We will be travelling for 23 days and we will trek for 12 days across in the himalayas and ultimately to the Base Camp of Everest. This is going to be physically and mentally challenging and take a lot of preparation. We will reach heights of 5500m and spend consistent time at altitude. Bring it on mountains!

 

Gilamans Point, Kilimanjaro, Climbed in 2011
Gilmans Point, Kilimanjaro, Climbed in 2011

I ask for your generous support in the form of donations to my Everyday Hero page to support the work of World Vision. “Through community-based development projects, we can improve the lives of some of the world’s poorest children and their
families. This is only made possible with the support of people just
like you.”

Whether it’s $20, $50 or (the be my best friend donation of) $100. I will love and hug you for your generosity.

Thank you everyone in advance and wish me luck as I take on….. EVEREST!!!

https://everest2015.everydayhero.com/au/emma-takes-on-the-best-trek-everest

Thank you Inspired Adventures for the opportunity!

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