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Trans-Himalaya

Trans-Himalaya

Trans-Himalaya

There are seven continents, five oceans, but only one Himalaya

RIDERS AND STAFF

Peter Hodges

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Peter Hodges

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

New Zealand

Kiwi who enjoys getting out Mountain biking, and exploring.

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Peter Felvus

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Peter Felvus

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Australia

Peter Felvus, Cyclist, writer and taster; Lover of adventure in all her attributes, I believe every breath has so much to offer I just want to use it before I exhale, I love to escape on my bike, for the physical journey, to enhance myself in my writing to explore my creative side. This is what I would love to say about myself, in truth I work as a manager of a bakery, long hours, strict deadlines and all the pressure of modern western working life. I am a 50 something husband, parent and grandparent living in Wollongong N.S.W. Every now and then I have been fortunate enough to “escape”. In 2013 I spent 4 months non supported cycle touring Eastern Europe with my very good friend Terry Wall and again in 2016 I was lucky enough to complete a supported cycle tour of New Zealand from the most northern point to the Bluff in the south. From time to time I have cycled toured closer to home. I have a very strong connection to my bicycle and believe that it is one of mankind’s greatest designs, a simple machine that can take you anywhere under your own steam. I need to get out and do it again, I have decided on the Trans Himalayan tour as my family has strong connections to Nepal and Kathmandu from previous travels and charity work.

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Erwin Attenberger

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

Hi, I´m Erwin, already 64, retired. My first long tour was TDA 2014, where I went from Khartoum to Nairobi and on my own through Uganda, back to Kenia and from there down to Southafrica, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. 2015 I was riding from Alexandria to Cairo and with TDA from Cairo to Khartoum, what was not possible in 2014. 2015 I went through central america on my own and with TDA I succeeded in the South American Epic. After the Hippie Trail through fascinating India and the Silk Route I shortly came back from the Bamboo Road Hanoi to Singapore. Looking forward to meet you on the next tour with TDA.

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Marie-Josée Vasseur

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

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Francine Plante

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Francine Plante

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

ALLEZ ALLEZ ALLEZ! On n’est pas à la plage...

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Ron Jewula

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ron Jewula

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

Ron Jewula, 65 years old, I live in Victoria, Canada. Although I am more at home either on a sailboat or skiing, a couple years ago I rediscovered cycling after a short 48 year break. I participated in the 2014 Silk road ride, unfortunately I fell off my bike in Western China which ended the ride. During the summer of 2015, I rode across Canada from Victoria to St. John's. Looking forward to meeting everyone and sharing what I know will be a great adventure.

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David Paterson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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David Paterson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I am 65, retired, and live in the Okanagan valley of B.C. Canada. Really only cycle to travel. Went on tda trips in Africa and India. Trekked from Srinigar to Ladakh in 1981 and loved the changes in culture and geography along the way. Sure nothing has changed in nearly 40 years !! It will be an adventure.

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Charlotte Lawson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Charlotte Lawson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

Born and raised in South India, Mysore and England but now live in Vancouver, Canada. Been cycle touring for about five years. Most challenging so far was riding from Vancouver to Jasper then down to Calgary. My first solo tour was to South Korea in 2017. Really excited to be visiting Shimla, Bandipur, Corbett Tiger reserve - hope that isn't a camping night!

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Michael Netzsch

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Michael Netzsch

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Germany

I have finished the Tour d'Afrique in 2011 and I did the Bamboo Road Tour in 2013. In 2015 there is another adventure waiting for me. I am looking forward to meeting You all in La Paz.

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Mike Hennessy

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Mike Hennessy

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

From Shawnigan Lake BC, near Victoria, I will be 67 by the time I get on my bike in Beijing. In 2014 I rode every inch of the Silk Route from Tehran to Istanbul - I loved it, especially the people and the hills. This past August I rode from home across my province to connect up with the North American Epic and some riders and staff from SR 2014 - what a hoot! I promised to return to TDA someday not realizing that it would be so soon. Now I'm returning to ride the first three sections of SR 2016 with my buddy Frieder from Zurich who gently suggested I join him. Thanks Frieder. I'm excited by the notion of riding with a new crew across deserts, steppes, mountains and whatever other terrain that arise. Certainly much more exciting than doing the same ol' 50-150 km rides around familiar roads at home. See y'all soon. Cheers! Mike

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Frieder Wolfart

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Frieder Wolfart

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Switzerland

After riding with TDA one and a half time the Silkroad und the Magical Madagaskar Tour it's time for the next one to the Himalaya. For me Nepal and India are totally unknown countrys and it's time to change that. I am looking forward to meet some old friends again and to find some new ones.

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Jacqueline Nel

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Jacqueline Nel

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

South Africa

"It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle." Ernest Hemingway

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Rae Simpson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Rae Simpson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I'm a semi-retired test pilot, fighter pilot, aeronautical engineer, and aircraft accident investigator. I took up cycling when arthritis and a double hip replacement brought an end to my running career. Ursula (my wife) and I first did a TDA trip in 2008 - Africa. We keep coming back for more - Rome in 2012, Bamboo Road in 2013, Australia in 2014, New Zealand in 2016, and Madagascar in 2017. Every trip has been a new part of the world for us and that will continue in India. We're looking forward to sharing the experience with other like-minded people as well as with some old friends from previous trips.

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Ursula Simpson

Rider

Srinagar to Kathmandu

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Ursula Simpson

Rider
Srinagar to Kathmandu

Canada

I am a retired database analyst. Enjoying life in Squamish, on Canada's West coast. Either hiking, biking or skiing. My husband Rae and I are seasoned riders with TdA. Tour d’Afrique in 2008, Rome in 2012, Bamboo Road in 2013 and Australia in 2014. I am looking forward to the adventure in New Zealand and meeting up with some friends. Plan for 2017 is to participate in the Magical Madagascar tour.

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“I really like how you guys ride that fine line between organized and loco. It seems to come with the territory, and that's part of what makes it great.”

“Way more fun than I ever imagined. I expected long, hard days and to be challenged physically and mentally. I did not expect to almost fall off my bike laughing on numerous occasions!”

"Go! Go! Go! This was the most amazing traveling experience I've had to date! The tour structure allowed me to feel safe as part of a big group whilst it also gave me freedom to decide how to go about my ride each day. Knowing that I could stop as many times as I wanted to engage with locals or go to an art gallery in the middle of the way without affecting other riders was absolutely liberating!”

OVERVIEW TRANS-HIMALAYA 2019


  • FULL TOUR
  • SECTION 1
  • SECTION 2
  • SECTION 3
  • TRANS-HIMALAYA
  • LAND OF THE MONKS
  • HEAVENLY HILL STATIONS
  • NEPALESE NIRVANA
  • SRINAGAR TO KATHMANDU
  • SRINAGAR TO MANALI
  • MANALI TO RISHIKESH
  • RISHIKESH TO KATHMANDU
  • AUG 18 TO OCT 7
  • AUG 18 TO AUG 31
  • SEP 2 TO SEP 15
  • SEP 17 TO OCT 7
  • USD 11900
  • USD 4100
  • USD 4100
  • USD 6100
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • FULL TOUR
    • TRANS-HIMALAYA
    • SRINAGAR TO KATHMANDU
    • AUG 18 TO OCT 7
    • 11900 USD
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 1
    • LAND OF THE MONKS
    • SRINAGAR TO MANALI
    • Aug 18 - Aug 31
    • 4100 USD
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 2
    • HEAVENLY HILL STATIONS
    • MANALI TO RISHIKESH
    • Sep 2 - Sep 15
    • 4100 USD
    • SPACES AVAILABLE
  • SECTION 3
    • NEPALESE NIRVANA
    • RISHIKESH TO KATHMANDU
    • Sep 17 - Oct 7
    • 6100 USD
    • SPACES AVAILABLE

A registration fee of US$150 must first be paid to hold your place on the tour. This fee is in addition to the entry fee listed above. Full tour entry fees will receive an early payment discount of US$400 if full payment is received 6 months before the start of the tour. Those coming for multiple sections get 10% off for 2 or more sections on the same tour (multiple section discount does not apply to full tour price). TDA alumni get special alumni discounts. Please contact our office for further details. Full tour and section dates listed are for first and last day of cycling. Accommodation the night before first cycling day and the night of last cycling day are included in entry fee. We advise booking at least 1 additional night at tour accommodation before the tour, to be able to attend rider briefing and have assistance from tour bike mechanic in setting up your bike.

 

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