Why partner with Threshold?
We are an authentic US based adventure travel provider, not a travel agent.
We physically lead all of our treks. We do not outsource planning and execution to locals with different standards.
We adhere to our own standards and practice that we preach.
"These are forever memories. I don't even need the pictures."
Your bucket list should include Adventure Travel to places that you want to visit and things you would like to do. Here is a list of our flagship offerings
Himalayan Trekking: Join a group and hike the world's tallest mountains, then visit a remote Nepali villages for a few days. Details: All trips take place after the monsoon in the fall and last for 11-14 days. Difficulty level is moderate to high.
Cycling Tours: Travel with others who share your passion to ride and explore parts of the world, with a support team. Details: All trips take place a few months removed from peak season, typically when the weather is best and tourist pressure is not high. Designed for the cycling enthusiast, not a pro. Daily distances are between 40 and 100 miles, with frequent breaks. Difficulty level is moderate to high.
Canoeing in Canada: Float through Quetico Provincial Reserve and the Boundary Waters of Northern MN, fishing, camping and enjoying Creation. Details: All trips are custom in date and length and require at least 5 participants. Available between late April and Early October. One month advance notice required for planning and permitting. Difficulty level is low.
Raft the Rivers of Western Alaska: Float down a remote tributary of the Kuskokwim River, camp, fish and create memories for a lifetime. Details: Travel to Aniak, based on flight availability. Available early June to Mid September. Two month advance notice required for planning and permitting. Difficulty level is low to moderate.
Each year, as part of support to the Nepal Project, Jeff takes a group of up to 14 people on a cultural immersion trek into the Himalaya following by a side trip the Dang Valley to visit rural school construction projects. We start with 2 nights in Kathmandu to acclimate and address jet lag before catching a smaller commuter plane to a remote Himalayan outpost. We then begin a trek that takes us over high mountain passes and through small Nepali villages over the course of 7 to 10 days.
On the final day, we fly back to Kathmandu before we depart. For those who stay on, we catch a small plane to the Dang Valley and visit the schools and villages where The Nepal Project has built schools and trained teachers over the years. You will see water projects, biofuel projects and education projects to bring joy to your heart.
These trips typically take two weeks.
The next trip is scheduled for October of 2020. Dates and details to be announced in the Spring of 2020.
These tours are designed for the cycling enthusiast. We ride between 45 and 90 miles per day, stopping for snacks, lunch and great views before ending the day in a small town hotel, preferably with a pool and beverages. We always have a support vehicle that carries spares of nearly all you need, as well as a place to sit down if the day becomes too much for you. We enlist quality staff with chef and cycling experience to make sure your time is memorable for all the right reasons.
We are partnering with bigfatworldtours for booking and securing hotels for these tours. Click here for a link to the March of 2020 Spain/Andelucia Cycling Tour and click here for the Haute Pyrenees trek in August of 2020.
River and Lake Adventures
Jeff and Linda have been to Alaska and Canada on water adventures over 20 times and have lead families, boy scout troops and lifelong friends on trips throughout the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Quetico Provincial Reserve and river tributaries of the Kuskokwim River basin in Western Alaska.
Trips last between 5 and 10 days. Jeff and Linda take care of all of the guiding, fishing instruction, cooking and cleaning. You paddle, watch wildlife, fish and have a good time.
All trips are custom in date and length and require at least 5 participants. Available between late April and Early October. One month advance notice required for planning and permitting. Difficulty level is low.
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