The third in our series of Great Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running Near Melbourne, this 18 kilometre circuit in the Cathedral Range State Park includes a tough traverse of the range’s rugged and spectacular ridge line, as well as some easy travel on lovely foot pads through diverse forest.
The third in our series of Epic Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running in the Victorian High Country, the 52 kilometre monster Falls Creek to Mount Bogong Loop will have you clocking up over 2,000 metres of elevation gain as you follow steep trails in and out of rugged valleys, pass beautiful high country huts, ford mountain rivers, and take in spectacular views from atop of Victoria’s highest mountain.
The second of our series of Epic Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running in the Victorian High Country, this fantastic 29km route off the Great Alpine Road near Mount Hotham takes in spectacular mountain scenery, passes iconic high country huts and includes one of Victoria’s most demanding alpine ascents.
The second in our series of Great Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running Near Melbourne, the 15 kilometre Tanglefoot Circuit in Toolangi State Forest follows a lovely foot trail through spectacular bushland. The terrain isn’t extremely demanding, so it’s a fantastic trail to get out and stretch your legs on whilst still enjoying the scenery.
The first in our series of Great Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running Near Melbourne, The Bundy Loop in Kinglake National Park is a favourite for a quick bout of hill training. It’s an 11km circuit through quintessential Australian bushland that includes an invigorating 300 metre climb over 2.4 kilometres.
“An Airbnb is offering accommodation which probably isn’t for the faint of heart.” Great write-up on our Beyond the Edge portaledge cliff camping experience on Yahoo7.
Fantastic to have some of our thoughts on women in adventure sports included in this article on the changing face of women’s sports by inspiresport.
Great to have insights on the value of adventure sports from our team quoted in this article by inspiresport, which shows how sports help develop skills that are important for all areas of life.
The first of our series of Epic Circuits for Day Hiking and Trail Running in the Victorian High Country. This route takes in some stunning scenery, including both the picturesque landscape of the Howqua River in the lowlands, and spectacular alpine vistas from on top of the Bluff.
The Australian Alps offer some spectacular routes for day hiking and trail running. Get out there and have fun, but beware, this remote and rugged environment demands respect. Here is a list of some key items of gear to consider for survival in the Alps.
Great to have the Melbourne Vixens netball team take on a special variant of our Adventure Enduro course as part of their preseason training! We threw a bunch of adventure challenges at them to put them to the test. Their response was impressive!
Cool to have our cliff camping experience at Mount Buffalo listed as one of the 'Best spots for extreme sports in Australia' on MSN.
"Something that every thrill seeker must try at least once in their life." Cool to be listed as one the 3 best places in the world for cliff camping in this article by Elite Daily!
“Experiential learning is increasing in popularity as workers seek to develop employability skills outside the classroom.” Great to have our corporate programmes mentioned with comments from our managing director in this article on experiential leadership training published in the Adelaide Advertiser and Courier Mail.
Awesome to have our Beyond the Edge cliff camping experience featured in GQ Magazine's debut edition of GQ Middle East! Check out this round-up of extreme sports around the world and start planning your next trip!
From being lost with Google Maps to finding her way with a map and compass, Jean from the We Are Explorers crew tells about her experience on our Essentials of Navigation course.
Have you ever found yourself in the situation where you know roughly where you are on the map, but just can’t pinpoint your location? Here’s how to work out your position by triangulation, or resection, using a map and compass.
According to Virgin Australia Voyeur magazine, our cliff camping experience is the bucket list experience for adrenaline junkies! Awesome to be featured in this article on extreme adventures.
Great to have the Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine list our Beyond the Edge Cliff Camping amongst these other top adventure experiences from around the world. Check out the article and get ready for your next adventure holiday!
You can see where you are on the map and you know where you want to go. But you still don't know which direction to actually start walking! Here's how to use a compass to find your way.