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My friend and I are planning a 2 week trek through the Siguniang mountain range which looks absolutely beautiful. The route will be through the range with the option of basecamping on a couple of days to either do an easy-ish guided peak ascent or the option of a Rest Day(s) for those who need some recuperation time. Photos and a description of this area can be found at: http://forum.globaltimes.cn/forum/showthread.php?t=9986
We found a guide who sympathized with our broke wanderlusting selves and is willing to offer us a super-sweet-woohoo kind of a deal if we can get 4 more adventure folk to join us. The cost should be ~$1300 not including airfare. This covers 1-2 travel/climbing guides, food, horsepackers, lodging and travel once in Sichuan from July 28th-Aug. 9th.
The guide, Little Po is a native of Taiwan who group up exploring the mountains of China and Taiwan. She did her graduate studies and outdoor leadership training in the United States.
Email me back if you’re interested in trekking around these beautiful mountains with us!