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Training for Kilimanjaro – How to prepare.

Training for Kilimanjaro – How to prepare.

Training for Kilimanjaro – Do I need to be an Olympic athlete? Being in shape and training for Kilimanjaro is obviously very important but it’s not the only factor to think about. A better question to ask is how prepared are you to climb the tallest mountain in Africa? There is more than one element you need […]

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Is Everest Base Camp dangerous?

Is Everest Base Camp dangerous?

Big thanks to Rob Coffey for writing this article. Rob is an experienced Earth’s Edge guide who specialises in Adventure Therapy and Education. Here he answers the question “Is Everest Base Camp dangerous for trekking? Is Everest Base Camp Dangerous? It is an interesting question to ask; is this trek dangerous to an average, fit trekker? […]

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The Search for the Earth’s Edge

The Search for the Earth’s Edge

Since the inception of Earth’s Edge in 2008, we have been on a mission to bring as many people as possible to the top of mountains all around the world. We want our clients to get up high so they can see the horizon stretching off far into the distance. That’s the precise reason. The […]

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Elbrus or Aconcagua – Which is more difficult?

Elbrus or Aconcagua – Which is more difficult?

Elbrus or Aconcagua – Which is harder? It’s a common question, both by those who have done one or the other and indeed by some who have done both but which do I think is harder? Elbrus or Aconcagua? One is covered on all sides by glaciers and snow, on the other, gravel or rubble […]

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Flora and Fauna on Machu Picchu

Flora and Fauna on Machu Picchu

This guide to the Flora and Fauna of Machu Picchu was written by Eileen Farrell who came to Machu Picchu with us in October 2018. Eileen’s background is in Fine Art Painting and Textiles. She was a Knitwear designer for 16 years before becoming an Irish Tour guide. She’s an avid Hill Walker and has gardened for […]

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Machu Picchu Trip Report September 2018

Machu Picchu Trip Report September 2018

This Machu Picchu Trip Report was written by Ronan Lenihan, an experienced Earth’s Edge guide. This itinerary describes the route we used to take on our Machu Picchu Trek. We have since updated this trip to take in some extra sights, including Choquequirao, Machu Picchu’s less visited sister city. You can read about our new Machu Picchu Trek itinerary […]

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Our First Ladakh Tri-Adventure Expedition

Our First Ladakh Tri-Adventure Expedition

Sometimes I lose sight of how much progress we have made at Earth’s Edge over the last 11 years, but when I think back to when I started in 2007 it always makes me smile. At that time the company was me and my laptop sitting in my parent’s front room waiting for emails and […]

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Kenya Tri-Adventure Trip Report – November 2018

Kenya Tri-Adventure Trip Report – November 2018

I can only describe the Kenya Tri-Adventure as a “trip of a lifetime”! It is a fantastic experience, a little tough at times but very doable and worth all the effort. Dare I say, the best trip that I have done with Earth’s Edge, and that’s with over 25 trips! The Tri-Adventure is a trip […]

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Earth’s Edge Free Information Talk Dates 2019

Earth’s Edge Free Information Talk Dates 2019

We’ve finished our first round of Information talks for 2019. If you’d like to keep in the loop about when our upcoming 2019 talks, you can sign up to our mailing list and be the first to know! If you can’t wait for the next round, we recorded most of our talks this time around […]

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Being the fence and the ambulance – An Expedition Doctor’s Kilimanjaro Experience

Being the fence and the ambulance – An Expedition Doctor’s Kilimanjaro Experience

This is an expedition report from Dómhnall O’Connor, an Earth’s Edge expedition doctor. We are the only Irish company to send a practising doctor on ALL of our trips. Read on to find out why Kilimanjaro with an Expedition Doctor I recently travelled to Arusha, Tanzania with a group from Earth’s Edge to summit Kilimanjaro and stand on […]

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