On the Trail of Genghis Khan
In June 2004 Tim set off on an epic journey, 10,000km from Mongolia to Hungary by Horse - a journey that eventually took him more than three years and led him on a deep journey into the fabric of nomad society on the Eurasian steppe. 137 hours of film, and 4 years of book writing later, his experience can now be seen in a documentary series titled 'The Trail of Genghis Khan' (released 2010), and now a book, to be released by Bloomsbury: On The Trail of Genghis Khan, An Epic Journey Through the Land of the Nomads.
World Expeditions is proud to present the 2013 World speaking tour of Tim Cope - On the Trail of Genghis Khan, in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing, Mountain Designs and Australian Geographic. The upcoming tour is an opportunity to hear and see firsthand Tim's tales of adventure, discovery and survival, and how they have shaped his philosophy to life. During his life on the Eurasian Steppe, Tim endured temperature extremes from scorching heat in the deserts of Kazakhstan to subzero temperatures in the Carpathian mountain passes - with only his three horses, dog Tigon and the big open sky for company. Despite the harsh conditions, loneliness, prowling wolves and horse-thieves, Tim encountered a warm hospitality from those he met along the way. Such is the life of a nomad.
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