A remote RSPB Scotland nature reserve has opened its doors to residential volunteers with the launch of a new purpose-built facility.
I am looking to make some significant journeys to investigate the impact of habitat fragmentation and other human conflicts with wildlife.
I am looking for ideally two more teammates to take on a human powered journey over three/four weeks in the Summer of 2017 and possible other future trips of a similar nature. This would ideally be by hiking, horse riding, canoeing, pack rafting or a mixture of methods, following wildlife corridors such as a river or migration routes.
In March 2018 my team intends to paddle in two open canoes across America and we are looking for a possible male or female that would like to undertake a journey of this nature with me and my team. Other than the full adventure I will be making a 60 minutes video of the journey. It is a long adventure, expected to take 220 days, so only those that would like this wild, by the river lifestyle please apply.
I'm about to embark on a 2,500km sailing expedition on a Hobie 14 down the length of Chilean Patagonia, through some of the most remote fjords in the world. Traveling with a friend for the first 1,000km, but looking for a partner for the second stretch, to start around March 18 in Puerto Aysin (bus or fly into Coyhaique) and tentatively ending in Puerto Natales at the end of April.
I am planning an adventure road trip to Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Serbia in July / August of 2017.
I would like to hear from people with experience of hiking, climbing, rafting / packrafting in these countries - ideally locals with whom I could meet up along the way.
I’m planning to spend about a month cycling from Budapest to London in August and would love to get a small team together to do it with. Maybe 4 or 5 people.
I’ve been planning a unique and extreme expedition with a good friend for the last couple of years. The mission is to get to Svalbard, an island in the Arctic, from London, by human power alone.
Inspiring Girls Expeditions is currently accepting applications from girls worldwide for their free wilderness expedition science program, Girls on Ice! This year, the organization is running three different 12-day expeditions, two in Alaska and one in Washington state. For the first time, they are also offering a 9-day expedition in the Swiss Alps. On the trip, a small team of girls will spend 12 days exploring and learning about mountain glaciers and the alpine landscape through scientific field studies with professional glaciologists, ecologists, mountain guides, and artists.
The Ounasjoki river runs for 300km through the Arctic circle from Hetta to Rovaniemi (the “home of Santa Claus”!). Tunnelling through Finland’s remote northern wilderness the river provides plenty of opportunities for wild swimming, fishing and spotting wildlife.
First-Ascent Expedition: A non-commercial subsidised exploration expedition is being run to a little explored range in Kyrgyzstan.
I have been looking for a paddleboarding challenge in the UK and have been thinking about the channel crossing for a while. It is a tough challenge, requiring to paddle, mostly non-stop for approx 6-7 hours on the sea.
Over the next five years, the Transcaucasian Trail (TCT) project aims to develop a world-class, long-distance trail network across the Caucasus, linking roughly two dozen existing and proposed national parks in the region. The network will consist of two intersecting trail corridors, each roughly 1500 km long. One corridor, oriented east to west, will connect the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, and the other, oriented north to south, will connect the Greater Caucasus and the Lesser Caucasus.
I’m organising an expedition to cross Iceland by pack raft this summer. The team will start in Akureyri and trek approximately 140km until the headwaters of the Thjorsa river are reached. Here the team will split with some of the team continuing south to Viki on foot, and the remainder of the team paddling the length of the Thjorsa river south west to the coast. For both teams we are expecting the journey to take about 2.5 weeks.
Our team is preparing The Longest Swim; Ben Lecomte's attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean from Tokyo to San Francisco. To achieve this 5500-mile journey, Ben will swim 8h a day for approximately 6 months, and be escorted by 7 crew members on board our support vessel Discoverer, a 67ft steel-hulled sailing yacht.
My team mate pulled out unfortunately, she had financial issues.
Great driving expedition from UK to The Arctic Circle, to Dakar, Africa.
No cost apart from splitting the fuel bill down the middle.
I'm heading out on the 18th November to join a group tour vietnam/laos but after that I'm going to be free and with bicycle for 2 or 3 months to explore the rest.
Just seeing if there are any like minded souls out there to join up with?
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I'm making a last minute trip to Norway and will be exploring the forests surrounding Oslo between 20 and 27 Nov, for wildlife watching and tracking. The Nordmarka, forests just 20 mins outside the city centre, are home to lynx, wolf, elk, deer and red squirrel. I'm also aiming to do some cross country skiiing.
The Negev is a 13,000 square kilometre desert in the south of Israel. During November and December 2016 I will be attempting to undertake a 400km trek crossing the length of this region, wild camping along the way.
If you have a taste for adventure but want something bit closer to home, then this could be for you. Due to injury a place has become available in our four person crew that is going to row around Britain.
We are looking for a fourth person to make up a crew to row the Indian Ocean Next year, departing from Exmouth in western Australia and aiming to make land in Mauritius, about 3,600 miles in total. 2 of the crew members have Ocean rowing experience, having completed the Great Pacific race in 2014, and the skipper has over 24,000 sea miles under his belt on yachts, including two crossings of the Indian ocean, so you will be in safe hands!