Alex Staniforth is looking for would-be adventurers to join him on his epic trip across the whole of the UK this summer!
Can we only find adventure in our youth? EC Member Jack Few writes for us about the pursuing our dreams.
Gašper is taking a summer challenge of cycling 7000 vertical meters in seven days in Slovenia, and is looking for a teammate to join him!
Michael Tye is looking for a teammate to take his place in the thrilling Kilworth Challenge on the 28th & 29th May!
Ever wanted to feel inspired to travel? EC Member Jack talks to us about kick-starting his incredible cycling trip to India recently.
Jack Few blogs about that free spirit of adventure we can get even on a weekend away.
Join me for part of my 300-mile hike from Conwy to Cardiff on the Cambrian Way.
Whilst on an expedition in Papua New Guinea, Explorers Connect member Tom Hewitt took one of the first photographs of a wild New Guinea Singing Dog in fifty years, leading to a significant scientific discovery.
Click here to find the best travel grants for educators and early years workers!
Are you a woman who loves adventure? Do you want funding for your next trip? If you answered yes to these questions, our list of the best grants for women is for you.
Ajax Axe has set up a community in the woods in Colorado. In this blog post, she discusses how wilderness helps her to make art.
We are seeking support from a volunteer photographer to document the journey of the 4 military veterans that will be joining us.
Tom Towlson explains how a weekend at Base Camp Festival inspired him to lead a more adventurous life, year-round.
Rina Quinlan, an aspiring writer, explorer, runner, conservationist, bookworm and wilderness enthusiast, writes our latest adventure blog about how nature helped her find adventure.
Are you a botany enthusiast? These grant programmes can help you fund research adventures and get training.
Twitcher? Looking for funding for a cheep-er adventure? Find out how you can get a grant to fund your bird-watching exploits.
Interested in conservation? Use this guide to find opportunities to get funding to support the costs of an ecologically-motivated adventure.
After completing the Ta Araroa thru-hike in 2012, KuldeepNandurkar came up with a new, even more ambitious plan. After a knee injury forced him to put his adventure on hold, he had to learn how to deal when things go wrong.
If you are planning a huge adventure, you probably need some funding. See this handy guide for grants to help with the costs of your trip.
Stephen Sexton is from Brisbane, Australia, spends his time mixing up his career as a teacher and planning his next adventure. Here, he recounts a week-long hike to the clearest lake in the world.