At Explorers Connect we aim to make it easy for you to have more adventures. Our regularly updated resources have become an indispensable collection of adventure information. You'll find information about how to get funding for your trip, 'how to' guides covering everything from planning to keeping supporters up-to-date at home, news on the Adventure Revolution which is all about how adventure has changed lives, trip reports where members and friends of the EC Community share their adventures, updates from the EC Community and, our most popular area, Join a Team where you can find a teammate for your next adventure or join one yourself!
Imagine a rowing boat with two small cabins strapped on top and rowing it over 2,000 miles both non-stop and unsupported around the coast of mainland UK waters.
Do you love to #GetOutside and have an infectious enthusiasm for the Great British outdoors? Then become an OS #GetOutside champion for 2018/19!
TEAMMATES WANTED to join a four women team travelling 2400 miles across the Pacific to Hawaii, competing in the Great Pacific Race.
James Dyer has recently returned from a 3 week cycling trip around Europe following Hannibal's route from Cartagena to Turin over the Alps!
Helen is looking for teammates to join her hiking the Pacific Coast Trail in 2019.
Hannah Cox from betternotstop shares her advice on the best adventure websites (caveat - we didn't ask her to include EC!)
21-year-old adventurer and University of Bristol engineering student, Val Ismaili, recently became the first thru-hiker of the 1500km Transcaucasian Trail running through Armenia and Georgia. He shares his story with EC.
EC Member Kat Lawman shares the story of her amazing mountain journey which turned out to be an even more amazing life journey.
Kick-start your dreams to work in adventure with this advice from trekkingnut.com.
Tanausu Herrera has left his job in London to trek across Britain in light of the Manchester terror attack.
Read Lindsey's amazing story of wanting to walk the Rabbit Proof Fence; how she booked a one way ticket to Western Australia not knowing whether it was even possible or feasible and with a minimum budget she ventured along the fence unsupported with only a trolley named Trevor (after her dad) who quickly became quite the companion.
Ben Saunders, a leading polar explorer who in 2014 completed the longest ever polar journey on foot, announces his next expedition at The Royal Geographical Society, London, on 26 September 2017, in a conversation with Jeremy Paxman.
If you've got any top tips, must-see places enroute that aren't on the tourist maps, have done something similar or just fancy giving us a few words of encouragement please get in touch.....
A member of the Explorers Connect community, Dhruv Boruah, is cycling the Thames on a floating bike collecting litter and raising awareness of plastic pollution.. He's looking for team mates....
Are you ready to take your hiking life to the next level? Do you daydream about the trail, wishing you could be out in the wilderness for days, weeks or even months at a time?
I am a over year into travelling without money by exchanging my professional photography for all my living and travel needs (food, accommodation, transport etc) in a back-to-back series of 'Trades'. Looking for trades in USA/Asia....
Find out how you can benefit from a fantastic funding opportunity from the Royal Geographical Society.
Could you be the adventurer who is willing to do a world first and kayak from Dover to the Black Sea which would also break two world records?
A unique expedition which will pioneer a new route to the South Pole launched officially on Sunday.
Be inspired by tales of hiking where the Greek gods once ruled in this journey up Mount Olympus.
EC Member Olivia Prutz catches up with us after starting a micro-adventure in her home city of London!
Always been fascinated by conservation and nature? Make it happen as a career with James Borrell's professional tips.
Gaz Loki talks to us about everything you need to do to become a fully qualified SCUBA diving instructor.
Harriett Cant is doing some cycling routes around Bristol this summer, and is open to anyone wanting to join.
Former Base Camp Festival speaker and author Tobias Mews shares an inspiring extract from his latest book.
Mike Jones and Marcus Samperi check in with us after walking the length of Wales recently!
Joe Booth is hiking the GR 20 Trail in Corsica next year - have you got what it takes to join?
Base Camp Speaker Katharine Lowrie blogs for us about what it takes to run across South America, and how you can too.