We love delivering adventures and expeditions to people, groups, businesses and charities. Love it!
We love it because of what it means to people.
What do we mean by this?
We mean that it delivers more than most people expect.
Let us explain...
1. You'll make friends for life
We have people join us our adventures who are travelling alone or doing something for the first time. They make friends with people around and then hey presto, friends for life. Adventure is also community and togetherness.
2. You'll feel more capable in life
When you do something that stretches you or even surprises you, you feel more capable in life. Your boundaries stretch like an elastic band. You won't return the same. You'll want to go for that job you didn't feel capable of or even ditch toxicity in your life.
3. You'll improve your mental health and wellbeing
Part of wellbeing is how you see yourself. How your inner dialogue directs your thinking. When you complete adventures and/or expeditions the way you talk to yourself will change. "I can do THAT, so I can do THIS..." and you'll feel 2 foot taller. Greater self-esteem.
4. You'll have something to look forward to
When people have nothing to look forward to they can feel stale. Static even. Imagine having something like Kilimanjaro to look forward to or plan towards? Training, research, exercise, eating, chatting with pals, meeting new people and more. That's exciting.
5. You'll have a sense of achievement
It's a wonderful feeling! Your pals say how amazing you are for what you've done. Your family and loved ones say how proud they are of you. Your colleagues look in admiration. You feel off the charts, like never before and you'll deserve to feel like that too.
This is what floats our boat because one adventure like our Adventure Walk or Everest Base Camp can achieve all of these.
This is why we have the best job in the world.
To enable all of this...
Come and get booked on something.
Have a look around our website.
Pop over an email with questions.
We're here for you.
See you on the hill.