We are the only company in the world who send an international guide and doctor on all expeditions while keeping group sizes sustainably small.

We plant 3 trees for everyone that travels with us.

3,866

trees and counting

Earth’s Edge was established in 2007, we offer high altitude trekking, mountaineering, and our signature tri-adventure expeditions in some of the most stunning locations in the world. As a B Corp certified company we hold our business accountable for the impact of our actions on the environment and our communities. We are using business as a force for good and strive to create a better future and a more sustainable economy here in Ireland and beyond. For more on our sustainable travel ethos visit our responsible travel page. For a list of our upcoming trips please visit our expedition page.

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Big News: Earth’s Edge is officially a carbon neutral company!

At Earth’s Edge, we are all extremely passionate about exploring the world in the most ethical and sustainable way we can. Which is why our decision to become carbon neutral was an extremely easy call to make. And we are extremely proud to announce that, as of September 2021, Earth’s Edge officially became a carbon neutral company!

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How far is base camp on Everest?

One of the most epic adventures in the world, the trek to Everest Base Camp is steeped in mountaineering tradition. Meandering through the Nepalese countryside, through beautiful villages, this trek is a fantastic journey. But how far is base camp on Everest? How long does it take to get there? We’ve got the answers…

How long does it take to climb Mount Kilimanjaro?

Reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro takes time. As well as it being a pretty big mountain (uh, try the tallest mountain in Africa!) the challenging altitude means that you definitely shouldn’t race to the top. We have been taking people to the summit of Kilimanjaro for years, and know the best way to get there. If you’re wondering “How long does it take to climb Mount Kilimanjaro?” here are the answers…

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What to bring to Machu Picchu

When you’re heading off half way around the world on an epic trek, you need to pack carefully. After all, you’ve got a lot of things to think about – changing temperatures, bad weather and a hell of a lot of underwear! If you’re heading off to Peru and are wondering what to bring to Machu Picchu, this post may be helpful.

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Can anyone climb to Everest Base Camp?

While those who are climbing Mount Everest are subject to limited (and expensive) permits, that’s not the case for those who trek to Everest Base Camp. If you’re thinking about visiting this incredible spot, and are wondering: Can anyone climb to Everest Base Camp? This is the post for you…

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How difficult is Mount Kilimanjaro to climb?

The highest point in Africa, Kilimanjaro is a beast of a mountain. Standing at a height of 5,896m, it’s actually the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. Reaching the summit is no doubt a tough physical challenge. For some people, it’ll be the toughest challenge of their lives. But that doesn’t mean it’s out of your reach! If you’re wondering: “How difficult is Mount Kilimanjaro to climb?” this post has the answers…

What Our Clients Say

The Kenya Tri-Adventure is an amazing trip. I have done lots of trekking holidays before but I feel like this trip had the perfect mixture of disciplines. When I look back I don’t know how we fit that much into 11 days. The hike is…

Sarah Jane Rooney, Co. Dublin

Everest Base Camp and Island Peak was my second trip with Earth’s Edge. The team at Earth’s Edge treat everyone with respect and make you feel part of the family rather than simply a paying customer. I have met some wonderful people and shared some…

John Creaven, Co. Dublin

Hands down the most special and amazing trip I have done to date, and coming from a well-seasoned traveler this is saying a lot! Climbing Kilimanjaro had been on my bucket list for quite some time and when I turned 40 this year, I decided…

Adele Woods, Co. Kildare

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