Kathryn is recruiting a crew member to take on the challenge of rowing the Pacific from California to Hawaii!
Echoing the Scientific Exploration Society’s long history of worldwide exploration and pioneering leadership, the Society’s quest to encourage Scientific Trailblazers and Pioneers with Purpose is the primary focus of their Explorer Awards.
Martin Sarga is a professional photographer looking to join a group of adventurers for their journey as an expedition photographer.
After five gruelling months at sea, Ross Edgley stands to finish the Great British Swim on Sunday, November 4, and invites swimmers to complete the final stretch alongside him.
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.
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.
Be it a marathon, cycle, hike, mountain, skydive, team challenge, volunteering project, or a sponsored silence more people than ever are taking on personal sponsored challenges as a means of raising money for charity. Alex Staniforth shares the advice he’s been given and what he’s learnt so far from his own experiences.
Graham is looking for teammates to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail.
Over the course of 2019 and 2020 Sam will be attempting several events best described as ‘adventure sports’. The events are firsts have never been attempted before and Sam is looking for a person to act as support on the trips.
Michael is looking for teammates to join his attemp to solo run and wild camp across every National Park in the UK.
Nick is a solo rider for Race Around Ireland (racearoundireland.com) at the end of month. Unfortunately he's had a crew member (and a further replacement) drop out
What would you do if you were given a plot of land in the Last Frontier? Could you realise the potential of creating a livelihood and living off the land?
Rob is looking for an experienced map reader and/or route planner for his world record attempt run beginning in September this year.
Richard is looking for teammates interested in coming along on a 600km hike through the Slovenian Alps, including the Julian Alps.
On Saturday we caught the train from Bristol to Yatton and cycled along the Strawberry Path passing apple orchards and loads of families on bikes and then veered into the Mendips stopping at the Swan in Rowberrow which does good beer and food and has a garden with a play area.
At 4pm on a beautiful Saturday afternoon with camping gear all deposited in advance at Stable Fell camp site at Marsett we started the mountain bike ride back to the site. We followed an ancient roman track, Cams High Road offering stunning views over Wensleydale and Raydale.
Emma is looking for 3 crewmates to join in an unassisted row across the Pacific, 2,400 miles from California to Hawaii.
What did you do for Britain's national day - and night - of adventure? We had an amazing night. I arranged for 15 of my friends to come and camp in a field that my dad owns. It’s not near any houses and most of my friends had never camped. There was good bonding helping each other put up new tents, bbq, etc.
My compatriots for Wild Night Out were Nick, Tim and Steve. I was the only girl as the two others who were meant to join us couldn’t make it, but I was made an honorary member of ‘boys on tour’! I think I may have caused a bit of scandal in the village by walking up the hill with four boys and a bottle of Prosecco though...
On #WildNightOut2018 I slept on a Wainwright called Hallin Fell above Ullswater in my bivvy bag and mother nature was kind, it was a lovely still night with just a very light breeze and I witnessed a beautiful moon-rise from the horizon shortly after sundown.