Connecting young people with the spirit of exploration and encouraging them to go and explore the world.
Our biggest group of Inspiring Explorers™ so far journeyed to the Antarctic Peninsula with a focus on kayaking.
Twenty Year 7-9 students were hosted by the Trust, in partnership with the William Pike Challenge, for the inaugural Young Inspiring Explorers’™ Summit.
A 560KM ski expedition across the Greenland ice cap in honour of the 130th anniversary of Fridtjof Nansen’s original crossing.
The Inspiring Explorers™ ascended Mount Scott on the Antarctic Peninsula, named after iconic explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
This first Inspiring Explorers’ Expedition™ followed in the footsteps of Shackleton, Worsley and Crean’s epic journey across South Georgia Island, honouring the centenary of that crossing.
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