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.
Put your survival instincts to the test in the Youth Adventure Trust's Race to the Sea: Survival Challenge, a journey from the rugged wilds of Dartmoor to the coast at Dartmouth on foot and by self-built river transport.
Beth French shares her story of life in a wheelchair to becoming a record-breaking endurance wild swimmer.
Andrew "Sandy" Sanderson reveals where he got the confidence to start his own company.
Adelaide Goodeve explains how adventure helped her to get her life back on track after she found herself at an all-time low.
This coming summer, EC supporter Brendan Rendall, will be taking on his biggest challenge yet to run 4000km across the African continent from the coast of Namibia to the coast of Mozambique.
Jacki Hill-Murphy talks Victorian explorers, intrepid adventures and finding teammates
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
Hear from first-class explorers, daredevils and pioneers as they share their captivating stories of exploration, escapism and wonder at this sell-out event.
Looking up for the best hiking experiences? New Zealand, hands down, is one of the bests you could ever imagine. The lush green forests, the breathtaking landscapes, mountain tops, captivating lakes and the most beautiful humans on Earth are sights you would see all the time.
EC Member Libby Bowles is making her very own bamboo bicycle to cycle around the world to raise awareness about (and trying to lessen) plastic pollution in the oceans.
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....
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....
EC Member Olivia Prutz catches up with us after starting a micro-adventure in her home city of London!
Oli Broadhead blogs for us about an incredible trip across India, and how Explorers Connect helped make it happen.
Rina Quinlan, an aspiring writer, explorer, runner, conservationist, bookworm and wilderness enthusiast, writes our latest adventure blog about how nature helped her find adventure.
Tom Towlson explains how a weekend at Base Camp Festival inspired him to lead a more adventurous life, year-round.
Jade Marshall was always an adventurer at heart, but hadn't managed to find a group of like-minded people. She explains how a chance encounter set the ball rolling for a life as a full-time traveller.