GHT Planning Tools

Everything you need to plan your GHT Adventure!

GHT Planning Tools

Now it’s time to get in to some serious logistics and GHT Planning Tools will help you:

  1. Plan your GHT itinerary using the GHT Guide Book, Maps and GPS data.
  2. GHT Clothing and Equipment makes sure you have the right gear for the route you’re planning.
  3. Work out a budget and make sure you understand How Much Do Treks Cost?.
  4. Choose a GHT Outfitter (trekking operator) who can help you bring your plans to reality.

Some GHTers have planned their whole trek in a few weeks, but for many folks this process can take months. So, make sure you are giving yourself sufficient time before booking your flight. If you have questions, please feel free to email us or get in contact with fellow GHTers through their GHT Trail Talk blog posts… you will be surprised how much everyone is prepared to help you have an enjoyable, challenging and safe GHT!

And just in case you need some inspiration to keep planning – check out our YouTube channel!

Good luck and enjoy GHT Planning Tools!

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It might take a little time, but the aim of GHT Planning Tools is to give you peace of mind once you hit the trail. Be informed, be prepared and be free.

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Have you got the mountain clothing? How much gear much is too much? Can you save weight? It’s all here…


Bargaining and Tipping

How Much Do Treks Cost?

Work out your budget, check prices of permits, really understand how much your trek costs



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The Impact of Your Trek

Walk the talk on responsible travel – make sure your trek is good news for the locals and the environment too.


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Guides, Maps & GPS

A comprehensive range of Maps, Books and GPS files that you can download for free and/or purchase…


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Choosing a Trekking Company

There’s good, bad and ugly companies out there, so how to choose the right one for you?


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