SNOW MOUNTAIN, TAIWAN (10 - 13 May 2018)

November 07, 2018

SNOW MOUNTAIN, TAIWAN (10 - 13 May 2018)

Nature has the ability to heal and revive!

There is nothing better then unplugging from the world for a few days. No internet, no social media, no responsibilities - just many moments of fun, physical exhaustion, meaningful conversations, laughter and lots of great memories!

Congratulations to Liz Weselby, Tracey Pickford, Kim Nicolson, Sheila Hameed, Catherine Lobley and Becca Taylor who came together last weekend to trek Snow Mountain in the SheiPa National Park of Taiwan. 

What is normally a 2 day trek, these amazing trekkers did in 1. Two peaks, 21km hiking through incredible scenery, watching a beautiful sunrise and sunset, camping, celebrating a birthday and most importantly bonding with new friends, made for a perfect adventure! 

Well done ladies - you totally rocked it!

   




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