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
Why not tick off this iconic UK mountain trekking adventure in 2020? Climbing the 3 highest mountains in Scotland, England & Wales within 24, 48 or 72 hours is certainly a tough challenge, however with the support and encouragement of the Adventurous Ewe Team, we’ll ensure your 3 Peaks Challenge is a memorable one for all the right reasons.
This exciting Sahara trek takes us to one the most remote and southern areas of the Moroccan Sahara, bordering Algeria this is a true desert wilderness. Trekking an area in its natural state untouched by humans is a rare and humbling experience, Once you’ve tasted the exhilaration of trekking for days through the Sahara desert you’ll never want to leave. Designed by our local Berber guides to give you the most challenging and enjoyable trek possible in this spectacular desert.
This new cycle route from the Moroccan High Atlas to the Atlantic Coast passing through the less visited parts of Morocco. Starting at the foot of Mt Toubkal North Africa’s highest mountain and finishing in the stunning Atlantic Coastal town of Essaouira, makes for a truly Moroccan experience not to be forgotten
Trekking in Morocco has to be one of the best ways to discover this intoxicating country. This 7 day winter ascent of North Africa’s highest mountains. Climbing Mt Toubkal (4167m) and Quanoukrim (4088m) is an exhilarating trek that requires little winter mountaineering experience but rewards you with truly outstanding panoramic views of the High Atlas.
At 4,167m, Mt Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa. The hike to the summit is challenging, with panoramic views from the summit makes the hard work worthwhile. With the start of the trek just a couple of hours drive from Marrakech, you can reach the summit and back within 2 days and still have time to explore Morocco’s most captivating city, Marrakech.