MY Great Escape is a brand new organisation supporting survivors of domestic abuse to get out into the great outdoors, have adventures and heal.
New year, new you... How about a resolution to make 2018 your year of adventure?
Anna is the brains behind Adventure Queens, the women’s adventure community set up with the aim of delicately smashing down the barriers that prevent women from heading off on adventures and is offering a fantastic funding opportunity.
If you've ever wondered how to be an adventurer or how to have an adventure by yourself, then you're the reason this guide was put together. It features 101 of the most inspiring British adventurers (including our very own founder, Belinda Kirk!)
The Captain Scott Awards are granted to assist individuals or groups to undertake adventurous expeditions and endeavours.
Read Alex Staniforth's story of his amazing record-breaking challenge to reach the highest point of every county of the UK to raise awareness for youth mental health charity Young Minds.
John is mounting an expedition to the Middle East in March/April 2018 and is looking for two cheap, battered 4x4 vehicles suitable for desert travel in Amman!
Planning to tackle the National Three Peaks Challenge? Read about how Roly and his son endured the suffering and triumph of this tough adventure.
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.
Did you know that Explorers Connect was created to help you find fellow adventurers to share your experiences with?
Echoing the Scientific Exploration Society's (SES) long history of worldwide exploration and pioneering leadership, the quest to encourage ‘Pioneers with Purpose’ is the primary focus of the SES Explorer Awards.
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.
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!
James Dyer has recently returned from a 3 week cycling trip around Europe following Hannibal's route from Cartagena to Turin over the Alps!
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.
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.