With great travel comes great responsibility. Here are a few important choices you need to consider for your next adventure.
Elevation in Peru pose a big challenge for travellers, but what’s less talked about is how affects Peruvian locals, particularly those on the high plains of Puno.
Thanks to the generous support of thousands of travellers, The Intrepid Foundation has officially raised over AUD 5 million for community projects around the world.
Visually stunning and deeply political, Sherpa documents the changing consciousness of a people who have long been the backbone of the Everest climbing industry.
Our Adventure Collective is a travel experiment: 8 professionalÂ travellers on a 9-day journey through Mexico and Guatemala.
Having just returned from visiting the Nepalese Himalayas, Darrell Wade (Intrepid co-founder) has penned a heartfelt letter describing his experience, answering many travellers questions and offering real insight into the post-earthquake reality of the region.
Melbourne folk, youâ€™re invited to the 13th Annual Intrepid Tree Planting Day.
Join in with Intrepid staff and travellers to plant trees, shrubs and grasses in the Yarra Bend Park near the Yarra River in Kew.
On average, three rhinos a day are being killed in South Africa – all because of a lie…
Rhinos are hunted down thanks to the mistaken belief that their horns possess properties that detoxify the body and can therefore cure anything from a hangover to serious illnesses such as cancer. And if there was evidence to support such beliefs – you may as well chew your fingernails!
“If youâ€™re feeling depleted or tired, just remember all the lives youâ€™re changing!”
These words of encouragement from Climbing for Kids and Bay Area Wilderness Training Executive Director, Scott Woolland, were just what Intrepid’s Charles Knowlton and Tim Melching needed as they embarked on the physical and mental demands of climbing to the 14,000 feet (4270 meter) summit of Grand Teton in the US.