With corsets tightened, skirts billowing and bloomers hidden, five intrepid ladies in full 1907 outfits headed up a wet and windy Pen Y Fan.
Having been asked by my brother if I was interested to spend the weekend away canoeing and camping in the woods, the childhood Boy Scout in me was instantly interested. In all honesty I don’t see enough of my big brother so I thought it’d be time well spent.
Driven to Extremes CIC, is a not for profit organisation that supports military veterans suffering from PTSD by taking them on challenging vehicle adventures to aid their recovery.
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.
Claire Mason has just started a hiking group for some of our female asylum seekers and refugees. The hope is they will be able to use the group to: meet new friends, develop new skills, rediscover (or discover for the first time) a connection with nature, and improve their fitness.
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