Winter Toubkal

Only a short flight away the Moroccan High Atlas Mountains in the winter provide a great opportunity to learn or revise winter walking skills whilst climbing three magnificent snow covered peaks, which mixed with the Moroccan culture, makes this trip truly unmissable and unforgettable.

8 days
height 4167M
grade grade grade grade grade grade
price SALE - 1095
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Gateway               Marrakesh

Daily distance       8-15km

Weight                  10kg

Temperature        +5 to -15°C

Max. Height Gain    1000m

Height                      4167m

Nights on mountain      3

Climbing days               5

Challenge                      2

An amazing experience! An absolute must for any budding mountaineers seeking their first challenge. Jamie and Matt from Exped are not just about getting you to the peak and back. Their vast experience really shines through when teaching you essential skills from foot placement to digging snow holes that might one day save your life!” – Varinder

Expedition Details

Toubkal is a stunning mountain and one we returned to over 30 times in the past. It is ideal for beginners, to have a first go at high altitude climbing.

You will have every opportunity during the expedition to develop your own winter skills whilst being advised and mentored along the way.

The Moroccan High Atlas Mountains are only a short flight away and the feel of the mountain range is truly unique. Toubkal commandeers the region, while the spine of the Atlas rises abruptly from the plains of North Morocco to heights of over 4,000m.

Following a careful program of acclimatisation and training we aim to make an ascent of  Mt. Toubkal (4167m), North Africa’s highest mountain. The views from the summit stretch across the Marrakech plains to the north-west; to the south, behind the crags of the great Onimeksane ridge and the distant Jebel Siroua, lies the endless Sahara.

When on the mountain we stay in the locally owned hut called “The Mouflon”, a basic but homely place, from where we set out each morning across boulder-strewn plains and steep snowy slopes, to edge our way towards Toubkal.

This is a great introduction trip and we love the feel of North Africa – read what our previous clients have to say about it in the reviews.

Who is it for?

This is an ideal “first big peak” trip requiring no previous climbing or mountaineering experience. The ascent involves negotiating easy-angled snow slopes using ice-axe and crampons – skills which you will get familiar with during our Training Course, which we run prior to the trip.

If you are used to regular multi day hill-walking in the UK you will have the right level of fitness to fully enjoy your time on this trek.

More Info

If you would like more information on this expedition you can download the full PDF trip details or drop us a line with your questions!


Although accessible from the road within a day, the Toubkal valley does not have a mountain rescue team. All rescues will be organised through insurance and the Exped mountain guide on the day. This is why we only work with very experienced leaders with the back-up support of our trusted in-country staff and the RMS team (Remote Medical Support).


We provide nutritious expedition food for each participant for all the days trekking. It will be enough calories for the trip, but if you feel like having some extra snacks, please feel free to bring it. We provide locally sourced fresh food cooked by our in-country team. Our selection of food to choose from is based on long experience where energy, taste and also preparation are key factors. Please let us know if you have special needs or concerns regarding food or nutrition, we will do our best to help.


This trip requires thorough attention to equipment. We have provided a kit list on these pages, but we are here to answer any questions and help you choose the right equipment. Our pre-expedition training course is designed to give you time to get to know your equipment before setting out on your trip.

Training Course:

While all of our itineraries have an emphasis on skills and personal development, we regard training in the pre-expedition phase as highly important. This is why it is part of our trip package. Helping our clients gain confidence in themselves and their abilities is something we take very seriously. Our training courses are the reason why our groups are strong and close-knit, and have a strong track record of reaching the expedition goals. The pre-expedition training course is designed to provide you with all the skills and information necessary to succeed on your trip and enjoy the experience. The training course will take you out into the mountains of the Lake District or the Cairngorms, where you have the opportunity to test and get to know your equipment.

5 out of 5

This was an important climb for me – a goal which I was not sure I’d be able to achieve. I had been hankering after another mountain after my first adventure, climbing Mt Aspiring in New Zealand in 2013. It had been a great trip but we had been locked out of the summit by bad weather and so there was “unfinished business” to be addressed. I came across the Toubkal ascent on Facebook and after reading the write up decided that it would fit the bill. It’s a grade 2 climb, not technical but requiring a reasonable level of fitness. I contacted Jamie, CEO of Exped Adventure, and we got on easily immediately. I explained that I had MS, which I have suffered for over 40 years (yes, that makes me old too), and we chatted about what that meant in terms of mountaineering. We agreed that I’d be ok to climb, discussing the potential to have an extra guide dedicated to me if the group was large, and I booked in. The first step in the expedition was a briefing up at Exped HQ in Staveley where I met Jamie, one of his guides Sam, and a bunch of clients who were on a variety of expeditions. It turned out that the group for Toubkal was going to be small. Just Imogen, a young doctor, and me, with a guide named Tracey who was based in Switzerland. Jamie’s knowledge of kit, conditions and planning was impressive and we spent a pleasant day soaking up the information and finishing with a hike up the local hills (Was that just a test to see if we would expire on the first incline?) Flights to Marrakesh turned out to be expensive – it was half term and not having children I was blissfully unaware until I came to book! The airport was crowded and queues for immigration long so I was glad to be through the melee and be greeted by a driver who took me to the gates of the Medina. The hostel where we were to stay was deep within the narrow alleyways of the Medina and so my baggage was transferred to a cart and a man hired to push it to the hostel. The hostel was a peaceful oasis, basic, but clean and quiet, and I was allocated to an 8 bed dorm for our overnight stay. By evening Imogen and Tracey arrived and we spent the evening wandering the souks and finding a place to eat. The following day a man with a cart arrived at the hostel and once again we dodged through the alleyways to a rendezvous outside the Medina with our driver for the journey up to Imlill from where we would start our trek. There had been a heavy fall of snow right across the High Atlas 3 days previously and as we arrived in Imlill we could see the effects. They brought a mule down from the hill on which our

Nicholas Brown
5 out of 5

A challenging but fantastic trip. Met lots of new friends and had a great laugh in the process of making the ascent up Mount Toubkal, with our safety maintained at all times thanks to both Jamie and Matt. Both Jamie and Matt take it upon themselves to teach you all the need to know aspects of trekking up this mountain and consider safety the number one priority, and I can certainly say that never once was I concerned regarding my safety on this trek thanks to these guys making us feel comfortable in all conditions/situations. Considering that I am a beginner and had no experience prior to this trek I’ve learnt valuable skills because of these guys, making the trip a very fun & educational experience! Definitely a trip to remember for years to come. Thank you Jamie & Matt!

5 out of 5

First the itinerary. The website has all the information you need to prepare you for the trip and gives a really good idea of what to expect. Jamie met us before the climb in London (although he’s based up in the lakes) which gave us all valuable insight of what to expect. He was also very accommodating with our groups dietary requirements which was great. The trip went exactly as he described which is a testament to the meticulous preparation and attention to detail that goes on for this expedition. After the crazy experience that is Marrakech, we were transferred to our night stop in the Atlas Mountains which although on the chilly side was nothing short of outstanding in terms of food and local hospitality. ‘Base camp’ accommodation after the first trek day was basic, food was ok and even colder but better than sleeping outside! Our trip experienced a lot more snow than usual which made the trek to the summit tougher but Matt and Jamie were absolute legends in helping us get there. My only negative comment is that if you like me you are a hiking novice, you may not have time to take in the beautiful scenery as there is a lot to learn and take in. Overall a great experience and a huge thanks to Matt and Jamie. Would definitely use them again and recommend to others.

5 out of 5

What and amazing experience for a complete beginner to mountaineering!! Matt and Jamie are exceptional people, and always succeeded in making our journey as comfortable as they could. They are more than guides, they taught us skills of winter expeditions (including essential life saving skills), made sure we were safe and kept us informed at every step. Their advice and encouragement was invaluable in the difficult weather conditions we suffered at Toubkel. The whole trip was well organised and the facilities a lot better than I expected them to be. I have already recommended Exped to my friends, family and colleagues. I will definitely be booking another adventure with them in the near future. Thanks again Jamie and Matt

5 out of 5

An amazing experience! An absolute must for any budding mountaineers seeking their first challenge. Jamie and Matt from Exped are not just about getting you to the peak and back. Their vast experience really shines through when teaching you essential skills from foot placement to digging snow holes that might one day save your life! Our team are already busy planning our next trip with Exped Adventure!

5 out of 5

An outstanding trip that was meticulously organised. I am a complete novice. I found this to be a challenging and thoroughly rewarding trip. Matt and Jamie were first class and they made this trip. Under their expert tutelage I was able to gain a host of skills and enjoy an adventure of a life time! Best wishes Dr TS Toor ( aka Mr “T” )

Dr Toor
4 out of 5

THE most important aspect of any trip like this is safety. I felt that our safety was always in good hands with Jamie & Matt, our guides. This is perhaps particularly important on winter expeditions where the often severe weather can be a big factor in any emergency. The walking was easier than I expected (OK, so I admit to being a Munro bagger, but on the other hand, I am 62 with ITB problems) and I never even broke sweat. Of course, that could be due to the temperature (never, I suspect above zero once we had reached the refuge) and the slow steady pace set by Matt. Which brings me to the refuge (reached along a 14km well graded path with 1400m ascent) which was cold cold cold. Down jacket required all the time, except when in the sleeping bag (I used 2 summer bags which worked well). Most of us shunned the showers: although the water was hot (so I am told) after showering you step out into a freezer. I admit to liking snow; and snow there was. Deep. Everywhere. It’s fun to play in (we built snow holes and practiced going up and down steep snow slopes on the 2 bad weather days that we had) Summit day arrived as did the sun…. yipeee…. we were the first group to leave the refuge (and the last to return!) and arrived on the summit a few minutes before the mist… so we did have some superb views. Coming down was great. Ploughing 1000m down through the deep deep snow was relatively fast and put little stress on knees. The food was surprisingly good. No cooking prizes, but there was usually food left over at the meals. So it’s time for the not-so-good: refuge was very cold and due to low wattage bulbs, dim. Wood stoves were lit mid afternoon and visitors remained immovable in the common rooms (usually 2) where they were lit. Jamie and Matt were not keen on “faffing about” and at times one just hoped everything was packed and that calls of nature didn’t occur at difficult times, but on the other had with the cajoling, we would have missed the sun on the summit. Good Job, Jamie & Matt.

Tim Stapenhurst
5 out of 5

This was my first winter expedition and it certainly lived up to my expectations. It turned out to be an amazing experience thanks to Jamie & Matt leadership over the course of a week. Everything just clicked together from the kit we needed, the itinerary and obviously the journey up Mt Toubkal. You could see right from the start that we were going to be in good hands, Jamie had done this trip 30+ times already and had built a really nice rapport with all the people we met on the way – being the hostel in Marrakesh, the transport to Imlil, the accommodation in Imlil, the staff at the refuge, etc. All was left to do is dealing with the altitude and we spent a few days doing just so. More importantly, we spent a great deal of time actually learning everything we needed to know (crampons, ice axe, snow holes, layering, techniques to warm up your hands, etc.) and understand we were climbing a mountain in winter with all the potential risks it had. Finally on Thursday, we were all ready for the summit – amazing weather arrived and we set off. We were all at different level of fitness but we worked as a team and made it successfully to the top. Everything seems to happen seamlessly but behind the scene, Jamie & Matt continuously looked after each one of us to ensure we were ready on the day. I would certainly recommend this trip and Exped Adventure – so much that I have actually signed up for 2 more trips this year and a few more next year. Thanks for experience!

5 out of 5

Just returned from a fantastic week in Morocco, highlighted by summiting Mt Toubkal in winter. The conditions were a little tougher given the weather, but I felt reassured and safe in Jamie and Matts hands. Many skills were learnt along the way during acclimatisation days which definitely came useful as well as arming me for future winter expeditions. I was with a great group of lads with mixed abilities which Jamie and Matt handled with professionalism and care. For me it was physically and mentally tough, but the trip brought about the best in us and truly showed what you can achieve with the right support and guidance. The accommodation was to a higher standard than I expected and the relationship that Jamie had with the locals obviously showed he cares for their welfare too. The whole trip was organised to perfection and no where did I feel uneasy or pre-occupied with logistical tasks (transfers etc.). We had a great laugh along the way and I feel I have gained two new friends and an experience of a lifetime! I would also like to thank Phillipe and Tim for joining our group and making it all the more colourful. Cannot recommend Exped Adventure highly enough. Whether going by yourself or in a group, you will be guaranteed an awesome time in safe and capable hands. Cheers guys, hope to see you soon on another adventure!

Harjeet Singh
5 out of 5

We just completed the Toubkal climb a few days ago.. fantastic journey with a group of friends and we made some new ones too! This was a great challenge to get to the top of a mountain but also an education. We learnt how to actually ascent and climb and also ‘just in case’ scenarios, so by the time the big day came , we are prepared for the challenge.. we were lucky we had great guides in Jamie and Matt, who made us feel at ease throughout the trip. Everything is organised well with the locals, there are shower and cleaning facilities and food is provided to a decent standard. If you are looking for a challenge and a good trip away with your friends then I highly recommend this as it is a great team building exercise and at the end of it, you will feel you accomplished something .. if by chance of any bad weather and you don’t make it, you will still feel you learnt useful skills! The guide’s job is to get you back home safe and have a fun experience..that’s exactly what we got. Sign up to the challenge! Thank you again guys!

5 out of 5

I did the winter Ascent of Toubkal this year New years eve 2016, after months of wondering whether to or not with being a solo traveler and my first big mountain and can honestly say was the best decision I ever made. I was greeted at the Airport by one of the Exped Adventure team and immediately felt like part of an expedition team. I was then taken to accomadation in an air conditioned minibus and the Accommodation more than exceeded my expectations. Everything else from then on was one of the best experience of my life. All of the meals provided were of a highest standard and the mountain huts set in stunning mountain scener. The expert guiding from knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide Jamie I can honestly recommend this trip to anyone looking for Adventure.

5 out of 5

This was my first trip to Morocco, which has the potential to be a scary and intimidating place. However, everything was so perfectly arranged by Jamie so it all went exceptionally smoothly, and his prior substantial experience of running trips there meant that everything fell into place and we felt safe, welcome, comfortable and well prepared for our adventure. Everything was perfectly organised: the airport minibus, the luggage guy who took our bags on a trolley through the medina, the accommodation, the porters, the food. This was also my first experience of altitude, and Jamie’s attention to safety and the time given to acclimatisation was much appreciated. By summit day (New Years Eve!) I felt ready to tackle our main goal of Toubkal, and reaching the summit after a great day of winter hiking was a truly awesome experience. This was a great trip, showing us the absolute best of Morocco’s mountains and city life. I’d recommend it to anyone and am very tempted to go back myself.

5 out of 5

I did the Toubkal Ascent with Exped for New Year 2016. I’m an experienced hiker but hadn’t done multi-day hiking in winter conditions, let alone at high altitudes or with crampons and an ice axe. In common with other reviewers, I was feeling rather nervous! I needn’t have worried – Jamie is one of the best tour / expedition leads I’ve known. The whole trip was professionally put together, route options were clearly explained: everything was thought of. Most importantly, Jamie was able to deal brilliantly with a mixed ability group, ensuring that everyone enjoyed themselves and felt supported but sufficiently challenged. I had been to Morocco a couple of times before, but had never been properly up into the High Atlas, and it was truly stunning. And it’s one thing to sip mint tea and eat tagine in a restaurant in Marrakech, quite another in a mountain lodge up in the mountains, tucked up next to a wood burner out of the cold after a full day’s hiking! I cannot recommend Exped more as an experienced but friendly company who really know how to put together an amazing trip. I am already booked to go to the Tatras in Poland with them next.

4 out of 5

Really great trip to Toubkal. A great team to trek with and, Jamie and Sam’s local knowledge was invaluable. In addition, their excellent relationships with Berbers and Mule handlers made the trip a fantastic experience and was very well organised throughout. A good mix of experiencing local traditions and the sights of Morocco’s Marrakesh versus the Atlas mountain trek itself. An ideal environment for both new trekkers and the more experienced. Great trip.

5 out of 5

I had never gone abroad to climb a mountain, nor travelled alone before this trip and I was a little nervous. Did not need to be though Jamie and Sam are awesome, accommodating and fun, and built a team of strangers who by the end of the trip shared great memories, fun and a sense of achievement. I have been meaning to go again since the first trip and will do one day, there is no other company I would go to. Professional team, great trip, awesome views and experiences and something I’ll remember for life. Can’t wait to see you two again guys.

5 out of 5

Myself and my friend Marcus did this trip in March 2016, with limited winter experience but a solid foundation of outdoor skills. We enjoyed the trip so much and it completely opened our eyes to the world of higher altitude mountaineering. The guides on the trip were excellent, mohammed made us feel very well looked after, as well as the various accommodation managers. The moroccan people are all very friendly and hospitable, mint tea is on tap wherever you go! One of my trip highlights has to be the balance between climbing and the cultural side, a nice mix for people that want to get the ‘travel’ experience as well as the fun of climbing a mountain, which has to be one of the best ‘highs’ around. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not easy to get to the top, but when your feet finally reach the top, it’s an indescribable rush of accomplishment! The organisation from exped adventure was second to none, including great medical backup if it was ever needed, Jamie met with us and talked everything through, even showing us the routes we would be taking when there. Overall an amazing trip which has only made us want to go away more!

Lewis Ramsden
5 out of 5

In the run up to the Toubkal expedition, I had regular contact with the instructors who were very helpful and honest giving kit advice, knowing what products and brands to recommend for long term use. In country, I had arranged my own transport to the meeting point in the Marrakesh souks, however it was very reassuring to be unexpectedly met by one of the instructors in the main square who wanted to check I had arrived safely. I was very impressed with the organisation and logistics of the expedition. It was fantastic to see that the instructors had good relationships with muleteers and Riad staff, fully supporting local businesses. The accommodation was comfortable with clean and warm basic facilities and brilliant food! The Atlas Mountains are beautiful and Jamie and Sam knew lots about the flora, fauna and geography of the local area, which really added to the expedition alongside plenty of fun in the snow! At every point of the expedition, the whole group was kept well informed about the mountain conditions and I was extremely confident in the decision making of the instructors, particularly when faced with worsening weather. Individual group member’s capabilities were discretely take into consideration to ensure that everyone could be challenged whilst still having a good time. An all round fantastic trip I will definitely be signing up for more expeditions with Exped Adventure. I can thoroughly recommend the instructors and would be really keen to work with them to plan a student expedition for the school in which I teach. Thank you for such an inspiring eight days!

5 out of 5

This was my first foray into overseas trekking and it’s fair to say that I was a little hesitant and apprehensive about it. I needn’t have worried. From stepping off the plane in Marrakesh the Exped Adventure team made me feel welcome and genuinely part of the group. Throughout the trip, everything was taken care of and thoroughly organised, nothing was left to chance. As someone who had never held a pair of crampons before, let alone used them, I was given full instruction which continued throughout the trip as my experience and technique improved. Even when changes were forced upon (weather etc) the Exped team were flexible and adapted the itinary so as everybody in the group was catered for and the time was maximised. The trip itself was an amazing experience. From the culture and seemingly organised chaos of Marrakesh to the open mountain vistas, the small, family run but oh so friendly and welcoming mountain accommodation and of course the pleasure and achievement of being (on that day) one of only 5 people standing ‘on the top’ of northern Africa. Brilliant trip, operated by a small, personal and genuinely passionate team. Suffice to say that I’ve since been on other trips with Exped Adventure!

5 out of 5

My partner and I did this trek with ExpedAdventure in Feb 2015 (almost 1 year ago as I write this). It was the first ever trek either of us had done and it was an amazing experience for both of us. We were lucky, in a sense, that we had booked on to a group trek but others pulled out at the last minute and we were left just the two of us with our guide – our own private mountain trek. I put a rough video together of our summit day here… https://youtu.be/cY7ehA3l-VU Arriving in Morocco and seeing the epic Atlas mountain range from a distance, the experience of Marrakech, the locals who helped us along the way, the mules, the views, and of course the summit!.. all of this was an ‘epiphany’ for me and I can’t imagine having done it with a better guide or adventure company. The feeling I got was that of a small and personal company rather than a larger organisation. I have since been on the Elbrus exped with these guys and am booked on to the Hardangervidda snowshoe trek this year!




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You will get to know your guides in person on the training course. Mark is the main guide on most expeditions, but he has teamed up with a handful of other guides who form part of the Exped team. All of our guides are capable and dedicated. They have the right attitude – both towards reaching the goal and towards their expedition teams. We strive for safety and mutual support in our teams, as well as having a bit of banter. All of us love adventure, but most of all we want to pass on our knowledge, share amazing experiences, and inspire others to be ambitious.


Mark is the director of Exped Adventure and the head guide on many of our expeditions. Mark is a highly experienced Expedition Leader and Mountaineering Instructor with over 20 years of mountaineering experience. Mark grew up in the English Lake District and has been climbing, running and walking in the mountains all over the world since he was a small child. He knows the Lake District, North Wales, Scotland and the Peak District like the back of his hand.

Mark has led a variety of expeditions to the far corners of the globe. He specialises in technical mountaineering and remote trekking expeditions. Mark grew up in the English Lake District and knows the area inside out.

Mark has put up new routes in the Lake District, Scotland, and Kenya. Climbing in all disciplines remains his passion.

Mark’s Expediton experience is broad and vast, including expeditions to Ethiopia, Malawi, Morocco, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Peru, Kenya, Tanzania, India, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Norway, Svalbard, Russia, and more.

Marks high altitude climbing experience includes; Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, Mount Elgon, Ama Dablam, Aconcagua, Kyajo Ri, Elbrus, Tharpa Chuli, Singu Chuli, Mont Blanc, The Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, and much more!

Mark lives in Windermere in the Lake District with his young family.

Mark is a certified ML, WML, IML and MIA.


Matt is an experienced outdoor instructor and has been in the industry for 12 years. He has worked with clients all over the UK, Peru, and Europe and has mountaineering experience in America, North Africa and Western and Eastern Europe. Matt’s personal interests include multi-day mountain marathons, ultra marathons and triathlons.

Matt is a certified ML, WML and MIA.


Rich has 30 years experience of climbing and mountaineering, with 15 of those years as a professional Mountaineer and Climbing instructor. He has climbed and led clients extensively over the breadth of the UK and in the Alps.

With climbing and mountaineering experience over Italy, Switzerland, France, Austria, Canada, Slovenia, Greece, random islands and North Africa.


Gary has been working as Group Captain and Training Expedition Leader in the Royal Air Force for 25 years before taking on his current freelance work as Outdoor Instructor. He has led numerous White Water Kayaking expeditions to the French Alps and New Zealand, as well as Sea Kayaking expeditions in Scotland. He has been on expeditions to the High Atlas Mountains and Nepal, including Gokyo Ri (5357m).



Tracey is a highly experienced International Mountain Leader and also holds the Mountain Instructor Certificate. She has Alpine experience on touring and cross country skis, including summits of Weismeis, Pigne d’Arolla, Grand Paradiso and Mt Leone. She has lead mountaineering expeditions to Mt Kenya, including ascent of Diamond Couloir, Kilimanjaro, Bolivian 6000m peaks and Mont Blanc. She has extensive personal snow and ice mountaineering experience in New Zealand, the Alps and Scotland.
Currently, she is working as a maths teacher at an International school of Aiglon College, Chesieres, Switzerland where she assists with the Outdoor Ed programme throughout the year.

Outdoor national qualifications British Assoc of Snowsport Instructors Alpine Level 2, Cross Country Ski Leader; Mountain Instructors Certificate (winter climbing instructor); International Mountain Leader.


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What is included:
• Accommodation – 1 night Guesthouse, 4 nights Huts, 2 nights Hostel
• Meals – 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 5 evening meals
• Park fees as appropriate
• Medical safety equipment and supplies
• All in-country transfers, including airport transfers
• Expedition team leader and in-country guides
• Access to our RMS team of doctors (See Safety Standards for more information)
• Training course

What is not included:
• Travel to and from UK airport
• International flights and taxes
• Personal equipment
• Travel Insurance
• Drinks, snacks and personal spending
• Tips for local staff
• Any extra costs if we summit a day early and decide to descend sooner
• Ice Axe and Crampon hire is available at £50 for the entire trip. (or individually at £20 ice axe, £30 crampons).

Booking – What happens next:
• The deposit reserves you a place on the trip. It is non-refundable according to our Booking Conditions. You will receive a confirmation of booking and further details about the trip.
• We will also supply you with more information on the training weekend and a complete equipment list.
• If you require a payment plan, get in touch with us as soon as possible so we can discuss the options.
• We will need you to fill in a Client Booking form for our records, regarding any health issues, your experience, insurance and next of kin details.
• The remaining balance will be due 8 weeks prior to departure (unless you arranged a payment plan). Any cancellations at this point are subject to our Booking Conditions.

Bespoke option:
We can organise this expedition on a ‘tailor-made’ private basis for groups of friends, families, clubs, charities or any other group. Please contact us to discuss the itinerary and your preferred dates. We will then send you a quote, with no obligation.

You will need a travel insurance policy that caters for the activities you will undertake on your trip with Exped Adventure. It is a requirement of our booking conditions that you have such a policy. For advice on best policies get in touch.


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