Sherpa Sheepdog- Used for herding sheep or cattle as well as guarding property. They are independent animals, liking to be on their own and guard their herds solo.
Blueberry Base Camp- At base camp you can rest from the hard journey, prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength and wisdom. It is believed that the prayer or dream is carried to their gods by the wind.
Dynamo Jo- acclaimed mountaineer Jo is full of energy and able to cope with the many challenges that are faced when scaling up the highest peeks in the world.
Yak with a Pack - a breed indigenous to the Himalaya region, used to carry heavy loads high up in the mountains. They are well adapted to high altitude. A smaller hybrid crossbreed of a yak and cow is a dzo and used in lower climbs where temperatures are hotter. They are highly useful to locals as they produce milk, meat, wool as well as dung for heating.
Sherpa Sangmu- Climbing Everst wouldn't be possible without the local guides with their knowledge of the terrain. The Sherpa families form the backbone of the mountain expeditions.
Blueberry Summit- To reach he summit is goal of any mountaineer and at Blueberry summit you can look down on the world around you seeing its beauty from a different perspective.
Blueberry Bob- Organic blueberry farmer based in Sussex, growing delicious blueberries that are traditionally grown and hand picked with no air miles from the blueberry field to your plate.