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Elbrus – July 2017 Trip Report

Elbrus – July 2017 Trip Report

Written by our expedition leader Alex Kay, who led on our Elbrus Climb in July 2017.   A successful expedition is one that leaves you with life-long memories of fantastic times and endless laughter. No matter what the outcome is on the mountain, these are the moments that you will remember forever – the hilarity of team mates’ […]

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Wicklow Training Hikes

Wicklow Training Hikes

Written by our expedition leader Aaron Byrne, an expedition leader on numerous expeditions for Earth’s Edge. Aaron has 20 years experience on mountains all over the world. So, you’re planning a trekking holiday or an expedition to a high range with Earth’s Edge this year? Guess you had better get in shape and prepare those legs […]

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Everest Base Camp – October 2016 Report

Everest Base Camp – October 2016 Report

This trip report was written by one of our trekkers Megan White of her adventures on our Everest Base Camp Trip in October 2016. Having being a novice hiker for only a few years – my highest claim to fame being Croagh Patrick, I was more than a little adventurous when I decided to tackle Everest Base Camp. […]

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Doctor on the Col – Expedition Medicine

Doctor on the Col – Expedition Medicine

Written by our expedition doctor Nicola Cochrane , who was the expedition medic on one of our Everest Base Camp Expeditions in 2016. Let’s Go Outside: It’s a natural instinct to crave the outdoors when working day to day in offices and institutions with a frenetic eternal demand on your attention from emails, telephones and humans.  Or it […]

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Sun, Dust & Cold Air Protection

Sun, Dust & Cold Air Protection

About Jam: James McManus (aka Jam) owns and runs Earth’s Edge. He has over 20 years’ experience and leads many expeditions to altitude each year. When our new social media guru Micheál asked me to write an article on dust, cold air and sun projection, I wasn’t sure people would find it an interesting topic! However, […]

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Unplug from Technology

Unplug from Technology

About Jam: James McManus (aka Jam) owns and runs Earth’s Edge. He has over 20 years’ experience and leads many expeditions to altitude each year.  One of the things I love the most about getting into a wilderness environment is disconnecting from technology. Regardless of whether you are climbing Aconcagua or trekking on the Great Wall […]

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Photography On The Move

Photography On The Move

Written by Brendan Hynes, who travelled on our Kilimanjaro Climb in late September 2016. Last October I returned from a fantastic expedition to Tanzania climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and going on safari. Traveling with Earth’s Edge was such an adventure with a super all-inclusive package deal. You are so well pampered that there are times you forget that […]

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Would you like to join our amazing team?

Would you like to join our amazing team?

GUEST RELATIONS ROLE If you are seeking a multi-faceted role in a growing sector of the tourism market and you possess amazing people skills, a willingness to learn and an interest in adventure travel – then this may be the job for you! About Us Earth’s Edge is Ireland’s only licensed Adventure Travel Company. We specialise […]

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Equipment to tackle Kilimanjaro & Everest Base Camp

Equipment to tackle Kilimanjaro & Everest Base Camp

This article looks at some of the essential gear items to have on two of our most popular treks – Everest Base Camp and Kilimanjaro. Written by one of our expedition leaders – Mary Gunning. So you’ve booked the trip of a lifetime to Kilimanjaro or Everest Base Camp – now what?  Two things people […]

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The Physical and Mental Benefits of Trekking

The Physical and Mental Benefits of Trekking

Alan Kenny is a co-owner of Fitness4Life Ireland, an online training and nutrition company for females. He travelled with us to Kilimanjaro in 2015 and recently returned from bringing a team of clients to Everest Base Camp in May of this year. A couple of hundred metres below the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, trying to […]

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