Long-distance Trekking

Classic Expeditions: The Man Who Cycled in 1900 From Dawson to Nome

Long before we began to chronicle adventures on social...

K2: A Break to Pack, to Mourn, to Decide

All climbers who were on their second rotation have...

K2: All Summiters Back in Base Camp

All 10 Nepali climbers are now safely back at...

K2: First Winter Summit!

An all-Nepali team of 10 climbers became the first...

K2: The “Nepali Force” Ties Winter Altitude Record

The weather on K2 was slightly better today than...

Italian Man Walks 450Km After Argument with Wife

In one of the more bizarre COVID-inspired "expeditions", an...

Non-Swimmer Sets Record for Longest Unsupported Swim

Jonas Deichmann admits that he is not a serious...

Peter van Geit: 5,000km Through the Indian Himalaya

Peter van Geit spent three months during the initial...

Three Peaks, Nine Days, No Shoes

In a year when outdoor athletes, stranded by COVID-19,...

Dianne Whelan: 500 Days in the Wild

In 2015, Canadian filmmaker Dianne Whelan set off on...

Weekend Warm-Up: Breaking The Pennine Way Record

Fell running is how the English describe running mountains...

Weekend Warm-Up: Hooks

Stephen Pern is probably best known either for his...

Weekend Warm-Up: It is the People

Do you remember what it was like to fall...

Ben Cook’s Unusual UK Round Trip

What do you do after you've just walked the...

Louis-Philippe Loncke Completes Another Monster Pack Marathon

In his latest monster pack challenge, Louis-Philippe Loncke has...

Ultrarunner Completes Mammoth Mountain Circuit

Scottish ultra-marathoner Donnie Campbell has added to the recent...

Mother and Daughter Hike Across Iceland

Two Icelandic women, Iðunn Bragadóttir and her 20-year-old daughter,...

Trail Maps of the Indian Himalaya

Peter Van Geit had planned spend six months this...

Louis-Philippe Loncke: The Monster Pack Man Takes on the Pyrenees

Louis-Philippe Loncke, is aiming to become the first person...

Trekking Dominica’s Waitukubuli National Trail

The first thing that comes to mind about the...

ExWeb’s Links of The Week

Here at ExWeb, when we’re not outdoors, we get...

Coping with Isolation and Extremes: Interview with Peter Suedfeld

Climbing mountains, skydiving and polar expeditions are some peoples...

Crossing the Blucher Range in Papua New Guinea

BY MICHAL LUKASZEWICZ Shortly after nightfall, we gathered around a...

Alice Morrison: 2,000km Across the Sahara

On February 12, a couple of weeks before the...

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