See High Peaks also runs Mindful Adventures in collaboration with Dr Louise Hayes. Louise is an Australian psychologist and philanthropist.

Mindful Adventures are not-for-profit treks for health professionals. We take groups of professionals into the mountains to learn mindfulness in the mountains. Our clients have overwhelmingly loved the experience. “A life changer” is the most common response.

Profits are used to support local communities in Nepal, one of the poorest countries in Asia — we give staff much-needed work and raise money for children.

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“Wow! What an adventure. I am very thankful for the opportunity you have both offered us. … Thank you for showing me another way to love and for sharing your lives and love of the mountains with me.”   Susie,  Australia

“Mingma and his expert team provided remarkable care, guidance (and excellent food!) under challenging conditions. I would highly recommend a journey with Mindful Adventures” Anonymous post-trip survey

“This is an amazing opportunity to experience the majesty of Nepal through the process of simply walking in the mountains, and get recentered on what matters most.” Anonymous post-trip survey

“I feel very privileged to have had this opportunity, which could not have happened without your vision, dedication, organisation, and generosity. Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that an experience like this was for me.” Chel,  Australia

“Very early on in the trip, it was clear that I could trust you both to take care of me and the adventure. I experienced mindfulness, for sure, but many other things along the way. Mingma you are clearly an expert guider but also sensitive to people’s needs.” Julie, Australia

“Bucket list item crossed off. This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the most majestic mountains in the world, with a great group of people, friendly and knowledgeable guides, surprisingly good food, and the chance to check out from the daily grind and tune into mindfulness.” Anonymous post-trip survey