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Slovenia

Incredible scenery, trekking and experience. Feel completely invigorated.
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Kazakhstan

True remote wilderness trekking & Karly Tau peak.
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Peru - Rainbow Mountains Inca Trail & Machu Picchu

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Peru - Inca Trail & Machu Picchu

The iconic Cusco, Inca Trail & Machu Picchu.
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Nepal - Everest Base Camp

Trekking to the incredible Everest Base Camp.
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Poland

Trekking in the beautiful Polish Tetras mountains bordering Slovakia.
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Tanzania

Trek Kilimanjaro (5,985m) the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
8 Days
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Morocco

Trek Mt. Toubkal (4,167m) and the Sahara Desert.
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Wendy Hartwig

Tanzania

This was my first EDGE trek with Dave in September 2016. I am 100% certain I wouldn’t have submitted without Dave. He has summited Kilimanjaro over 50 times and his vast experience is very evident. His understanding of every emotion a trekker on this mountain is going through is uncanny. His ability to feed you enough information for a successful trek is invaluable. The pace is slow to allow safe acclimatising. Up until the summit attempt this feels like a trek that only gradually gets more challenging. Summit night was a whole level tougher but reaching the crater rim with sunrise felt like I was on a film set. Summiting was surreal (take plenty of photos) I descended quickly and enjoyed feeling the air thickening again at about the same pace the enormity of what I’d achieved really did start sinking in. I definitely have to do this one again as it still feels like a dream!

Wendy Hartwig

Peru - Inca Trail & Machu Picchu

I trekked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with my 15 year old daughter and Edge in April 2018 and quickly discovered how much stronger 15 year old lungs are than my 47 year old pair!! This was my 3rd of 3 treks (following Kilimanjaro and Everest Base Camp) This trek was an education about the Incas and an education about camping in the South American Andes. Not quite as lung busting as my previous 2 treks as the altitude is lower but still palpable. Amazing food which is no mean feat given the remote location. Reaching Machu Picchu was emotional and the return train journey with its glass roofed carriage curving through the valley was a massive highlight. An amazing experience made even more special sharing it with my daughter.