Our Marin headlands hike on Saturday January 28, 2017, was a roaring success, with over 80 hikers from MTS's San Francisco Bay Area travel community joining us on a free hike led by adventure expert John Baston. Thanks to everyone who attended!
Join expert Patagonia guide Jorgé Barcelo on Wednesday December 7, 2016, for a webinar on our popular trip Hiking Glaciers & Exploring Lakes in Argentinian Patagonia. This comprehensive tour of Patagonia takes you from the lush Northern Lake District to the legendary Perito Moreno Glacier and Fitz Roy mountain range in the south. You’ll start and end your trip in beautiful, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, known fondly as the “Paris of South America.” As well as stunning scenery you'll enjoy a range of exciting activities include hiking, kayaking, sailing and horseback riding—in addition to savoring mouth-watering barbecued cuisine and regional wines!
Join expert guide Amit Sankhala on Tuesday November 22, 2016, for a webinar and learn more about our journey through Hemis National Park on Quest for the Snow Leopard. Adventurers will experience a wonderful combination of exploration, unique local culture, spectacular scenery, and solitude. And MTS will guide you with savvy, veteran guides who work to make your experience in the Ladakh Region enjoyable, informative, and give you the best chance of spotting the “Grey Ghost of the Himalaya.”
Join us for a compelling webinar led by expert Birgit Bekker and explore Mountain Travel Sobek’s two exclusive Namibia trips: Ultimate Namibia Safari and Desert to Delta: The Best of Namibia & Botswana. Bigger than Texas and endowed with a spectacular combination of forests, deserts, towering sand dunes, and stone age rock art, Namibia naturally provides an opportunity for a rich “out there” experience.
Join us in Point Reyes on October 29th, 2016, with top guide John Baston and experience the beautiful coastal headlands on a 7-mile hike along the Tomales Point Trail. This one-way-in and one-way-out trail passes through gently rolling hills, the remains of 19th-century farms, and a conservation area set aside to restore the Tule Elk population. At this time of year, you may even see elk in rut! Those who want to go the whole way can, or you can choose your own distance and enjoy the scenic bluffs. This free hike is great for anyone who wants to get out and about in the great outdoors with like-minded adventures in the Bay Area. So grab your boots and join us!