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What’s the accommodation like on Annapurna Base Camp?

If you’re thinking about making the journey over to Nepal and trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, you might have a few questions. Top of the list might be “What’s the accommodation like on Annapurna Base Camp?” On this expedition, like any other trek, a good night’s sleep is super important. It helps your muscles to recover and your body acclimatise to altitude. So where will you be sleeping? Let us fill you in…

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How do I get drinking water on Kilimanjaro?

When you’re on an expedition like Kilimanjaro, it’s super important to stay hydrated. Let’s fact it – it’s actually important wherever you are on the planet. But when you’re climbing at high altitude, staying hydrated becomes even more important. Drinking plenty of water is one of the main tools in your belt when it comes to preventing Altitude Sickness. But if you’re wondering how you get drinking water on Kilimanjaro, don’t worry. It’s easier than you might think…

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Big Announcement… James is going to climb Everest!

It’s been a busy few months here at Earth’s Edge. As well as sending off our first two expeditions after a long two years of a pandemic hiatus, we had some big news bubbling up behind the wings. And now we can finally spill the beans…

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What’s a typical day on Kilimanjaro like?

So, you want to climb Kilimanjaro. You’ve seen the itinerary, you’ve read the guides, and you want to take it on yourself. But if you’re never done a multi-day trek before, you might be curious as to how the days actually pan out. After all, if you’re only trekking for five hours some days, what do you do for the rest of the time? Well, if you’re wondering what a typical day on Kilimanjaro is like, here’s a post that might help…

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When can I trek to Annapurna Base Camp in 2022?

After a long, long wait, international travel is finally back up and running. And after a few years of being grounded, now is the time to make your plans for future adventures. If you’re looking for a great entry-level expedition, Annapurna Base Camp is a great option. So, if you’re wondering when you can trek to Annapurna Base Camp in 2022, here’s what you need to know…

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What camera to bring to Kilimanjaro

When you’re somewhere as amazing as Kilimanjaro, you’re going to want to take photos. Those beautiful sunrises, the clouds, the summit itself… all of it is so incredible you’ll want to capture those memories forever. But let’s not forget that Kilimanjaro is a serious climb. And any camera you bring with you, you’ll have to carry on your back along with the rest of your day gear. So if you’re wondering what camera to bring to Kilimanjaro, this post may help…

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How to get to Kang Yatse II

the view from the top one of the best in all of the Himalayas. And the trek to the summit is a beauty, too. You’ll be able to see Zanskar and Karakoram ranges including K2 (8,611m), the second highest peak in the world. But it’s also a fairly remote mountain. If you’re thinking of climbing it but want to know how to get to Kang Yatse II, we’ve got you covered… 

Who carries my gear on Kilimanjaro?

When you’re packing for a multi-day expedition, you can see just how much stuff you have to bring with you. After all, there’s all your clothing, shoes, layers, sleeping bag and toiletries. And that’s not even counting your equipment for some of the harder treks, when you’ll need crampons, ice picks and plenty of other bits. But how does that stuff follow you up the mountain, or along the trek? Do you have to carry it yourself? If you’re wondering: “Who carries my gear on a trek?” then let us answer your question…

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How to climb Kilimanjaro from Ireland

We all need a bit of adventure in our lives. And that’s especially true now. After two years of lockdowns, restrictions and putting life on pause, now is the time to get out there and take on a challenge. Which is why loads of people are looking towards Kilimanjaro. The highest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro is also one of the Seven Summits. Climbing to its summit is one of those challenges that’s the perfect thing to tick off your bucket list. But how do you do it? Well, if you’re wondering how to climb Kilimanjaro from Ireland, here’s all the info you need…

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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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