2016 – A Year Of Trekking Success!

2017 - A Year To Explore New & Exciting Adventures!!

G’day Adventure Friends,

Happy New Year!

Well, the year has almost come to an end.
I am proud to say it has been a tremendous year at Cherie Horne Adventure Trekking.
I achieved 100% success with all my amazing clients achieving their trekking goals for 2016.
All of them courageously crossed two of the highest trekking passes in the majestic Himalayan Mountains.

Congratulations to my clients

I would like to applaud Raelene, Glynis, Paul, Emily & Ian for crossing the Thorong La Pass (5,416m) on the 22 day Annapurna Circuit.

Cindy, Anthony & Rob for crossing the unrelenting Cho La Pass (5,420m) on the Gokyo Lakes via Everest Base Camp trek.

Awesome effort superstars; l am so proud of you all.
Thank you to all my clients for choosing Cherie Horne Adventure Trekking as their preferred tour operator.
It has been an absolute pleasure to be your guide and part of your Himalayan trekking adventure!
Thank you.

Thank you to my loyal Sponsors and Supporters

A huge part of my success is thanks to my amazing sponsors who have supported me throughout the year.
I am truly grateful for all of your generosity and encouragement as l continually strive for excellence in offering first class international trekking adventures for people to enjoy.

Thank you…
Anneliese Carlson – Technical Manager at Kathmandu

Naomi Arthur – Store manager Kathmandu Hampton East
John Mayger – Green Nutritionals
John Heffernan & Amanda Morris – Megaburn Australia
Kristy-Lee Carr Newland Carr & Kirsty HintonBubs Australia
Melinda Richards & Kellie Hermansson – Super Sprout Australia
Michael Lorenz and Len Morabito – Michael’s and Fairleys Supa IGA’s

I sincerely thank you all and truly appreciate your individual assistance.

I proudly flew my sponsor & supporter flags throughout the awe inspiring Himalayas. All 2016 trekking pictures will be on my Facebook photo albums very soon.

 FBI Travel

Thank you to all the team at FBI Travel for your service, support & encouragement.
A very special thank you to my awesome Travel Manager, Tamara Menachem,

New Year Trekking Action!!

Mount Kilimanjaro: Lemosho Route – 11 Days
What a way to ‘kick-off” 2017!!

On January 3rd I will guide two excited clients to the top of the highest mountain in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro.
This imposing mountain standing at an altitude of 5,895m is one of the acclaimed ‘Seven Summits’ of the world and a tourist haven for adventurous travellers.
Standing on the roof of Africa is an achievement of a lifetime!

Follow our Kilimanjaro journey

I welcome you all to follow and be part of our Kilimanjaro climb via my Facebook page.
My wonderful friend, Raelene 
will be posting daily reports after communication with me via satellite phone conversations each day.
Thank you so much Raelene…you are the best!

I encourage you to check-in daily, leave messages and be part of this incredible African adventure!

Machu Picchu Trekking  2017

Has Machu Picchu has always been on your ‘bucket-list?
If so, ‘tick it’ off in 2017!

I welcome you to join the very first Cherie Horne Trekking Adventure tour I will be guiding in Peru.
The ultimate trail to Machu Picchu is via the spectacular Salkantay Pass (4,600m).
If you desire a trek with an unparalleled and exclusive difference the Salkantay – Machu Picchu adventure is for you.
With fewer distractions and disturbances than you encounter on the Inca Trail this is the number one alternative.
You will experience a remarkable blend of awe-inspiring scenery, high snow-capped mountains, lowland jungle, challenging trekking, culture and natural beauty that is truly unique to the Andes.

Escape the congested Machu Picchu bound Inca Trail and trek the magnificent Salkantay – Machu Picchu trek with me!
My 9 day Salkantay Machu Picchu Trek is one not to be missed!
There are limited places available so book your position on the trek now.

Exciting News for 2018

Cherie Horne Adventure Trekking will be guiding on Mount Aconcagua in January 2018.
Mount Aconcagua rises 6,962m above sea level and is the second highest of the Seven Summits outside of the Himalayas.
This eminent wedge-shaped, “Stone Sentinel” is located in Western Argentina and lies in the heart of the Central Andes. The extreme cold, stormy winds and high altitude makes this mountain a serious undertaking and is ideal for those wishing to experience high altitude mountaineering. Despite being non-technical in nature it is often used as a preparation climb for the big mountains of the Himalayas.
Full expedition itinerary will be on my website in February 2017.

Stay tuned!


Let the amazing adventures of 2017 begin!!!



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