Explorers Connect’s annual campaign “Wild Night Out” is encouraging free and very-low-cost events around the UK to encourage others to get outside on the national night of adventure 29th June 2019. Working with the Youth Hostel Association we need volunteers to help add a little magic to our adventure camp-outs at various locations around the country.
EC is helping a charity set up a mountaineering club for refugees who have experienced extreme human cruelty through human trafficking. To do this we are putting together a small team of female walk leaders to help organise and lead hikes.
Unique, tuition-free wilderness science expeditions for young women. Free of charge, applications close in February 2019
A map with a trail that was set 500 years ago, wild terrain where compass needles whiz round uncontrollably, spectacled bears sniffing around the tent at night, tapirs scuttling around in the bush and thick black squishy mud as far as the eye can see!
Every year, the The Land Rover Bursary supports a challenging journey that takes a team beyond their limits and boundaries and makes full use of the capabilities of a Land Rover. The recipient of the bursary will receive up to £30,000 and the loan of a vehicle.
Ian Finch recounts paddling the length of a mighty river and learning from those whose livelihoods depend upon it.
Christopher Ventner, the Blind Scooter Guy, is on a mission to show the world that blindness is not an obstacle to exploring.
Thomas Judes explains how he got the inspiration to write a book from a grand adventure.
Andrew "Sandy" Sanderson reveals where he got the confidence to start his own company.
WildBounds have today announced the launch of a new initiative designed to promote engagement in outdoor adventure through film-making: Mountain Bound.
Adelaide Goodeve explains how adventure helped her to get her life back on track after she found herself at an all-time low.
Wild Night Out encourages everyone – families, first timers, seasoned explorers – to enjoy a night (and day) of wild adventure on Saturday 30th June 2018. If you fancy taking part in Britain's night of wild adventure, register now!
The word 'safety' or even worse the words 'health and safety' often conjure up thoughts of benign, de-risked and un-adventurous activities. Darroch Davidson from wildswimbikerun.com tells us whilst that's often true in the workplace, safety in the outdoors is quite different.
Jacki Hill-Murphy talks Victorian explorers, intrepid adventures and finding teammates
The Banff Mountain Film Festival UK and Ireland Tour has returned for 2018, starring the world’s top explorers on mind-blowing journeys in wild and remote parts of the globe.
Astrid Shephard explains how she escaped negative thought cycles through adventuring.
Wild Night Out is on Saturday 30th June 2018. It’s a night - and day - of wild adventure, where people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to #GetOutside and get inspired
Whether it was a lung-busting run in a desert, a calf-straining Himalayan hike or a cycle ride into the clouds in Snowdonia, our friends at The Guardian want to hear about it.
Siân Anna Lewis writes The Girl Outdoors blog and doesn't subscribe to the ‘new year, new you’ hype that gets bandied about every January but does believe in setting a few rewarding resolutions to help get outdoors.
The Crux Expedition Award is an exciting opportunity for today’s young climbers to win £500 in cash and £2000 worth of Crux equipment for use on an outstanding mountaineering objective.