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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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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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Aconcagua – January 2017 Trip Report

Aconcagua – January 2017 Trip Report

Written by our expedition leader Ronan Lenihan, who led our Aconcagua Climb in January 2017. On the 18th of January I met with a diverse group of fellow mountaineers in Dublin Airport. For the first time on an Earth’s Edges trip everybody was on time, including myself. We are only 5 minutes in and the trip is […]

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Himalayas Trek – Trip Report October 2007

Himalayas Trek – Trip Report October 2007

Did you know that Earth’s Edge is 10 this year? To celebrate our Birthday, we decided to repeat our first ever trek in the Himalayas. This time 10 years ago, our MD and founder James undertook the first ever Earth’s Edge trek to the Himalayas. His friend Sinéad was on the trek and here is the article […]

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Gear Collection 2017 – Kilimanjaro Porters

Gear Collection 2017 – Kilimanjaro Porters

Last year we sent 74 Jackets, 48 pairs of trousers, 155 base layers, 63 fleeces, 21 pairs of walking boots, 18 rucksacks/duffel bags, 9 sleeping bags, 22 water bottles/bladders, 44 pairs of hiking socks, 113 hats/pairs of gloves/scarves, 8 shirts, 8 pairs of shorts as well as some sunglasses, head torches, sleeping bag liners and gaiters […]

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Kilimanjaro – February 2017 Trip Report

Kilimanjaro – February 2017 Trip Report

Written by our expedition leader Ann Fitzpatrick, who led our Kilimanjaro Climb in February 2017. I knew our Kilimanjaro trip had been a success when I walked back into the bar of the restaurant to find all the gang sitting interlocked on the floor swaying to “Rock the Boat”, followed by the conga around the room. 15 […]

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Jam & Rosie’s Patagonia Adventure

Jam & Rosie’s Patagonia Adventure

Lastminute.com, we found out Rosie had to delay her departure to Patagonia which meant I was going to spend the first few days trekking in Patagonia by myself. Although I love my wife dearly, this was great news as it meant I was going to get to spend some time trekking solo which is always […]

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Stok Kangri – August 2016 Trip Report

Stok Kangri – August 2016 Trip Report

This trip report was written by one of our trekkers Olive Kelly of her adventures on our Stok Kangri trek in August 2016. I gave myself the weekend to think about it and make a decision. I always thought I would go to India for Yoga. Now I was thinking of going to climb a 6,153m mountain. My natural […]

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Great Wall of China Trek – Doctor Trip Report October 2016

Great Wall of China Trek – Doctor Trip Report October 2016

Written by our expedition doctor Colm Power, who was the expedition medic on our Great Wall of China Trek October 2016 This was my third expedition as doctor with Earth’s Edge.  I have previously been on expeditions to Kilimanjaro and to Machu Picchu.  This one, in my opinion, rates equally high with my previous two […]

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