Specially designed with big adventures in mind, our range of treks and cycling trips have been carefully put together for the true adventurer.
The Iceland Laugavegur Trek is a wonderful and wild trek amongst the unique landscapes of Iceland and one of the most spectacular wilderness treks in Europe. From the modern city of Reykjavik to the volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls and steaming lava fields of the interior, Iceland is a country of great contrast. Our trekking route will take us through one of the most actively volcanic areas in Iceland.
Winter is a great time in the Mt Toubkal National Park it offers a true winter mountaineering experience the mountains are virtually deserted apart from the local Berbers and mountaineering enthusiasts. Our Winter climb is great introduction to winter walking, this trip is designed as a non-technical winter climb. Some winter walking experience is recommended before joining this trip but not essential.
Experience the breathtaking landscapes of Patagonia as we explore this beautiful region trekking for 7 days through the Fitz Roy Range in Argentina with its sheer granite towers, sweeping glaciers and bright blue lakes. Visit Perito Moreno Glacier and watch huge icebergs calving from the glacier into Lake Argentino. Finally Exploring the cosmopolitan capital city of Buenos Aires, visiting the Plaza de Mayo and colourful La Boca district.
This is the perfect opportunity to be an Arctic explorer, Snow shoeing the Kings Trail.
In the extreme north of Sweden, 180kms inside the Arctic Circle hides one of the most remote wilderness treks in Europe, Kungsleden, the “Kings Trail,”
Your winter snowshoe expedition begins in Abisko, home to one of Sweden’s oldest National Parks. Famous for being one of the best places on earth to view the Northern Lights.
Kilimanjaro (5895m) is Africa’s highest mountain and the highest “free standing” mountain in the world, where huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit. Spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for the successful trekker, as well as the satisfaction of ‘topping out’ this mighty peak of Africa. Any reasonably fit person who enjoys walking can reach the summit of Kilimanjaro, our itinerary is designed to give you the best chance of reaching the summit.
The Snowdon challenge involves a combination of cycling 19km around Snowdon, trekking 15km to the summit and finally canoeing 4km to the finish line.Snowdonia National Park is home to some of the most rugged and challenging mountains in Britain giving its reputation as one of the best natural adventure play grounds in the U.K