Links to countries with Treks:

Physical Map of Asia

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Red Boxes indicate countries with trek data.
Links directly to Treks:  

Ladakh, India 2007 Stok Kangri Summit
Ladakh, India 2007 Markha Valley Trek 
Kashmir, India 2007 Amarnath Cave Pilgrimage
China/Tibet 2007 Lhasa, Tibet to Kathmandu, Nepal Bicycle Ride
Nepal 2007 Another Go At Everest Base Camp!
India 2007 Plan A Kangchenjunga Guichala Trek (Sikkim)
Nepal 2006  Plan Annapurna Circuit Trek   Watch Video Everest Base Camp Trek  
Russia/Kazakhstan Mt Beluka Siberia/Kazakhstan - Sept 2005  
Mongolia 2005 Mongolia on Horseback - Oct 2005  
China 2005 China and the Great Wall - Oct 2005 Photos Only

= Filmed in Sony 1080i/50 HiDef Digital miniDV format (pre-late 2006 used NTSC format)

Asia is the central and eastern part of Eurasia, comprising approximately fifty countries. Asia is joined to Africa by the Isthmus of Suez and to Europe by a long border generally following the Ural Mountains.
The mean elevation of the continent is 950 m, the largest of any in the world. The plateau and mountainous areas broadly sweep SW-NW across Asia, climaxing in the high Tibetan Plateau, rising to the highest peaks in the world in the Himalaya. To the north west lie plains, while to the south lie the geologically distinct areas of the Arabian peninsula, Indian subcontinent and Malay peninsula. Large numbers of islands lie south east of the continent. 2006. Unless specifically stated otherwise, all maps on this website licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License, appropriate attribution required as a visible and clickable hyperlink to, or the direct URL of the page containing the relevant map. Parts Livio Bestulic, 2007