Climbing Snowdon: weekend trip from London

As far as weekend trips from London go, the Snowdonia National Park is an absolute win. It has everything adventure and nature lovers could ask for: dramatic landscapes, hiking and mountain-biking trails, rock climbing, picture-perfect historic towns and even surfing! We decided to explore the national park and summit its famous Snowdon over a weekend. […]

Europe’s best single-day leisure cycle routes

There are few modes of travel as good as cycling when it comes to exploring a new destination, especially when terrain is cyclist-friendly. This is where Europe often comes out tops for offering dedicated cycling lanes away from traffic, making it ideal for an activity-based breakaway. The kind folk from Ireland Walk Hike Bike have […]

Couple cycles 20,000km from Germany to South Africa

Hi, I’m Tanya Edwards! Along with my partner, Simon Bihr, I am cycling 20,000 km from Germany to South Africa. We are connecting the tiny dots of our respective hometowns, seeing how the landscapes, weather and people slowly change. We also love to rock climb and what better excuse than to do it than on […]

Running tour in Edinburgh

The 6-mile guided running tour in the Pentland Hills, near to Edinburgh, Scotland, with spectacular views and fun trails to explore.

Adventurous Couple goes on 80 000km road trip through Southern Africa

Kirsten Arnold’s #AdventureShare is a beautiful tribute to 2.5 years of allowing dreams to come true. Life is short and fragile and the best time is right now – this is what prompted Kirsten and her husband, Ben, to leave behind their jobs and road trip through some of the world’s most spectacular places. Kirsten’s […]

Hiking Solo in Norway: Mary’s story

27-year-old Mary McPherson, who works for a small social enterprise tackling education disadvantage in London, is one of those people who uses every holiday to max out on travel and exploration.  A self-proclaimed travel addict, she balances a busy job with frequent trips to new corners of the world, particularly Europe where she can be […]

Hiking in the Drakensberg: Yeukai’s answer to balancing big-city life

Originally from Zimbabwe, Yeukai Martina Gukwa now lives in Johannesburg (South Africa) and works in the hospitality industry, which means long hours and lots of pressure. Her go-to way of recharging her batteries is to turn to hiking alongside her children and friends over the weekends. In this #adventureshare Yeukai talks about how hiking has […]

Trail running

Trail Running at 57 & Losing 15kgs: Jeanine’s story

What we loved about Jeanine Koopman’s #adventureshare is how it’s so relevant and applicable to so many other women out there. Jeanine, a 57-year-old mother of three and grandma to one, simply decided one day that it was time to shed some extra weight and hit the trails of Cape Town (her hometown). Her journey […]

Why you should go Mountain Biking in the Fann Mountains

For decades Central Asia was behind the Iron Curtain, but it’s an extraordinarily beautiful region which is only recently getting the recognition it deserves. Tajikistan in particular is an unspoilt wilderness, with more than half the country lying at over 3,000m above sea level, so if you want to hike, climb, kayak, or raft, this […]

Travelling Across the US in a Campervan: Sarah’s story

We’ve featured AdventureShares of all shapes and forms, but few have included all the themes of Women4Adventure. Sarah Van Remoortere’s tale of adventuring across the US in a campervan seems to tick all our boxes. She and her boyfriend landed in New York, bought a van and headed cross-country. Along the route they camped, cycled, […]