News archive - Walking & Trekking
The scene: a cold January evening in Edinburgh. The Exodus slideshow is underway...
Inca Trail permits for the 2014 trekking season - there has been unprecedented demand
Exodus is delighted to announce that one of our Kilimanjaro guides Abraham Kipokola has just passed his advanced guide training with flying colours!
Exodus leader Simon Conroy, who leads our walking trips in the Mont Blanc region, has just raised a phenomenal £3,000
A team of nine hardy Exodus trekkers recently embarked on the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for our Kilimanjaro Porter Project in Tanzania...
Team Exodus headed for the Isle of Wight as part of our sponsorship of the Isle of Wight Walking Festival 2013
Exodus is delighted to have teamed up with the Isle of Wight Walking Festival ...
On the 29th May 1953 Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay made history as they took their final triumphant steps onto the top of the world.
As pilgrimages to the raw power of nature go, walking on the surface of an active volcano has to be the holy grail.
Exodus clients Carol and Neil are taking up the challenge of climbing Stok Kangri for charity...
A journey into the heart of Sicily...
Exodus in the Wanderlust Best New 50 Trips… Twice!
Inca Trail trekking permits are selling out fast - we only have a limited number left for October, November and December.
Our Classic Dolomites trip offer superb walking in Italy's most spectacular mountain range. Read the latest reviews...
Seven summits, three poles, seven months and a new world record for Richard Parks.
One of the finest walking trails in France
Inca Trail permits are selling out quickly, so if you're planning to trek this classic route in 2011 book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
When it comes to walking, Europe has it all...
Book now for all 2011 dates!
Europe has got what you need!
Read the latest news and blogs from Exodus' Pete Burrell and the One Difference team...
As any past visitor to Nepal will tell you, for trekking it is truly incomparable...
Climbers scaling Mount Kilimanjaro are taking unnecessary risks with their health, experts have warned...
Last year’s Comic Relief celebrity trekkers will once again don their hiking boots for charity, this time on the Inca Trail.
Richard Parks of international rugby fame, has arrived in Tibet for his next training climb. Currently acclimatising in Lhasa, he's preparing to climb Cho Oyu, the world's sixth highest mountain.
Monsoon rains reached the high Himalayan regions of Ladakh and Zanskar
We were very saddened to hear of the tragic and untimely death of Roberto Campano, one of our tour leaders in Venezuela
Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail now open for business in time for peak trekking season
Book your 2010 trip before 31 December and get £50 off.
Uttering expletives when you hurt yourself is a sensible policy...
Paul Goldstein gives his top tips to help the celebrities - and you - get to the top!
Exodus Leader - First British woman to reach the true summit of Manaslu in Nepal
Next week on BBC Three: Accept the challenge and take on an Exodus adventure holiday to Everest
Piers Newland reviews his trip. A fantastic destination. Beautiful. You are in for a treat.
Chris Ruddick reviews his trip. Wow! What a fantastic 11 days. Once in a while you have life changing moments and this trip was one for me.
Michael Forrest reviews his trip. 'This trip was an absolute classic, the trip of a lifetime.'
Paul Rogers reviews his trip. 'Exodus have found a real gem in this chalet based holiday, run by Oliver and Elaine.'
Greg Norman proved speed and youth have nothing to do with reaching summits!
Sat 23 Aug - Sun 7 Sep 08: Exploration and day hikes in one of the world's last great wilderness areas
Everest Base Camp group helps fix Khunde Hospital equipment
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