Introducing your 2019 In-Country Operatives!

Each year we recruit two In-Country Operatives (ICOs) for each of our big three overseas challenges; Kilimanjaro, Machu Picchu, and Everest Base Camp. Each of the ICOs have trekked with us previously, and will be heading out to their respective country to support teams in their adventures - let’s meet them!

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24 Hours in Beijing

Picture this: you’ve just completed our Great Wall of China trek, and after eight days in the beautiful Chinese country-side you find yourself back in Beijing with a little free time on your hands. Worried you won’t hit all of the hot spots before your flight home? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered with our 24 hour itinerary!

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Food in China

‘Chinese’ often finds itself included in lists of the favourite foods of the UK. But putting all Chinese food into one bracket feels like a disservice - the country is vast, which means there is a huge variety in the cuisine. Get your chopsticks ready - ‘cos today we’re taking a look at some of the delicious regional food on offer on our Great Wall of China trek and beyond.

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24 hours in Marrakech

Marrakesh is a vibrant, bustling and often hectic city with endless things to see, do and eat. On our Morocco challenge, you’ll be getting to spend some time here after your trek in the High Atlas Mountains; follow our 24-hour itinerary to make the most of it.

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Trek Training: How Do I Fit It In?

Training for your trek ahead of time is crucial in ensuring you have the best possible time whilst you’re away, but we know that all our participants have plenty of other commitments to balance alongside their challenge preparations. Here, we’ve pulled together a couple of our top tips for helping you fit training into your everyday life.

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