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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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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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Everest Base Camp From Ireland

Everest Base Camp From Ireland

This trip report was written by Orla Bowers, who has been on two Earth’s Edge Expeditions. Her first trek was to the roof of Africa, and her second was to Everest Base Camp. Here she talks about her experience from the food, the games, and the journey to Everest Base Camp from Ireland. Getting to […]

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A Machu Picchu Trek with a Difference

A Machu Picchu Trek with a Difference

Our Managing Director James McManus talks through our new Machu Picchu Trek, why we’ve changed it, and why taking the trip with us here at Earth’s Edge is the best choice for you. The Ultimate Machu Picchu Trek When we first started treks to Machu Picchu I never wanted to do the Royal Inca Trail. […]

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Environmental Issues and pollution in Nepal – A Tale of Two Halves

Environmental Issues and pollution in Nepal – A Tale of Two Halves

The capital city of Kathmandu is bustling and densely populated with intriguing culture, peaceful people and exotic religions at every turn. Despite the ubiquitous abject poverty and pollution in Nepal, the people are happy and friendly. The city is a reminder of the resilience of humanity and how lucky most people in Western societies are in […]

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Trekking to Mera Peak

Mera Peak expedition report – This trip report was written by James McManus (aka Jam) who owns and runs Earth’s Edge. He has over 20 years’ experience and leads many expeditions to altitude each year. We made it to Kathmandu with no issues and spent the evening sorting out renting gear and having food. The following […]

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Aconcagua Trip Report 2018

Aconcagua Trip Report 2018

This trip report was written by experienced guide Ronan Lenihan about his adventures on our Earth’s Edge Aconcagua Expedition 17th January to 6th February 2018. On the 17th January, I met with the other 4 members of our team at Dublin airport raring to go on our Aconcagua trip. Everyone was on time and in good spirits, […]

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Kilimanjaro February 2016 Trip Report

Kilimanjaro February 2016 Trip Report

Written by John Healy, Expedition Leader Kilimanjaro Expedition February 2016  On arrival at the Earth’s Edge Office in Dublin there was a great sense of excitement and anticipation as the first Kilimanjaro climb of 2016 was about to begin. The first order of business was to load the Earth’s Edge kit into the car for the […]

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