Torres del Paine, Chilean Patagonia
Torres del Paine is one of the most spectacular national parks in the world, and this exciting experience will allow you to do big wall style climbing up one of the most iconic granite walls in the world.
The Strade Bianche is a popular race in Tuscany, starting and finishing in Siena. It’s unique in that it embraces the white gravel roads, characteristic of the Tuscan countryside.
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
The Galapagos Cup is based in the Galapagos Islands and is held here once every two years. The event starts with an offshore race from Ecuador to the Galapagos, and is followed by a week of racing around the Galapagos Islands.
Diving with humpback whales, bull sharks, tiger sharks and spearfishing.
Fjords of Greenland, Greenland
Sailing around the Fjords of Greenland, spending long days climbing objectives you picked out from the boat. This will include beautiful scenic walks and small mountain climbs.
Experience rowing at the world’s premier rowing club. This is an environment boasting sporting excellence and the development of world-class athletes. There is no better place to experience the sport and through one of the heroes in the sport himself, Alex Gregory.
Shimanami Kaido, Japan
The Shimanami Kaido is a 76km cycling route that connects Japan’s main island of Honshu to the island of Shikoku, passing over six small islands of outstanding natural beauty.
Island of Kulusuk, Greenland
Heliskiing or Backcountry Skiing on the Island of Kulusuk, Eastern Greenland. With thousands of peaks and slopes to explore and ski, in a landscape, nature and culture like no other, where untouched snow-capped peaks tower over the frozen landscapes of towering icebergs, fjords and islands. Greenland is, and will keep on being one the world’s most special places to go Heliskiing.
Patagonia, South America
A 3500km road trip exploring the untouched landscapes of Patagonia. This incredible journey combines a thirst for adventure with luxury accommodation and a passion for kiteboarding. With the expertise of Yuri Zoon by your side, travel across Patagonia discovering kiteboarding in some of the most remote, unique locations in the world.
Alam-Kuh summit (4851m) is the second highest mountain in Iran and the most technical with regard to climbing. The north face of the summit consist of granite technical routes and walls perfect for a long multi-pitch big wall climb over a couple of days with the use of portaledges.
Tavarua Island & Namotu Island, Fiji
Escape to your very own heart-shaped private island of Tavarua for surf that is truly world class. With seven breaks nearby including world-renowned Cloudbreak, this remote private island offers the opportunity to escape the rest of the world and immerse yourself in your passion for surfing.
National Park of Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil
Kiteboarding in one of the natural wonders of the world, off the north Atlantic coast in the protected area of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. Known for its vast desert, stretching on for mile upon mile a landscape of tall, white sand dunes and seasonal rainwater lagoons. Powerful winds from the equatorial Atlantic combined with crystal clear lagoons that exist for only a few months a year make this one of the most untouched areas in the world to kite board.
Cold water diving in Greenland takes place in clear waters with icebergs, historic shipwrecks, strange plant life and action-packed dives at the mouth of a fiord or bay.
Costa Blanca, Spain
A 3 day multi activity trip within one of the best climbing areas in Europe. The trip would include single pitch sports climb, a guided multi-pitch climb on the famous Puig Campana and a coastal adventure of abseiling down sea cliffs.
Yukon, North West Territories, Canada
Starting by being helicoptered to the base camp of the Yukon in a remote alpine setting, Tim describes as the most majestic and impressive base camp in the world. You will climb for 2-3 days with at least one night sleeping on the wall, depending on the weather.
Venezuelan jungle, Venezuela
Helicoptered into the Venezuela Jungle to explore and climb isolated Tepuis (table top mountains). Deep inside Venezuela’s jungle lie some of the oldest geological formations on earth, completely isolated from the group, these ‘islands above the rainforest’ have a large number of unique plants and animals not found anywhere else in the world and offer some of the most exclusive climbing locations on the planet.
Lake Como, Italy
Well regarded as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world there is no better place to improve your rowing on a training camp designed to push your limits whilst soaking in the Italian culture. Annie will create a bespoke training plan for you to incorporate both land training and utilising the lake to improve your technique on-the-water. Olympic expertise combined with Italian luxury, this will be a training camp like no other.
Ride through the famous Timanfaya National Park, also known as the Fire Mountains. Incredible rides through the dramatic volcanic landscape, climbing to Mirador del Rio for cliff top views across the island of La Graciosa. You will also have the opportunity to join Sarah on the steeper climbs to Femes and the El Golfo loop, with decedents that sweep close to the ocean.
Lake Bakail, Russia
Winter visitors marvel at its powder-white surface, frozen steel-hard accompanied by outstanding natural beauty and high mountain ranges. A bucket-list challenge for many, to cycle across this untouched landscape is a huge challenge.
Though unknown to most of the world, Bulgaria has a long and exciting history of climbing on the vast amounts of exposed rock. Generally of excellent quality limestone, the scale and style varies from huge multi-pitch adventures to desperate single pitch sport.
Explore the coast of Majorca, Spain with the creature of Deep-Water Solo climbing himself, Chris Sharma. Relying solely upon the presence of water at the base of a climb to protect against injury from falls, this type of climbing is not for the faint hearted. Majorca is Chris’s home and he will lead you in exploration of untouched climbing routes that only a local would know about. Test your limits under the Spanish sun and enjoy climbing in its purest form.
Château do Fontainebleau, France
The Château de Fontainebleau hosts a court originally built under Henry IV and rebuilt in 1732. Play against the world no.1 on one of the most authentic and original courts in the world.
Mountain biking in Morzine and the Portes du Soleil is amongst the best in Europe and the spiritual home of France’s downhill mountain biking scene. The wide variety of terrain and trails make it world famous for downhill, free-ride and cross-country riding.
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