KE Blog

Welcome to the KE Blog – a fantastic feature where you can share your holiday travel experiences

There are many different ways that a blog can be written and used. On these pages you could for example write a story about a recent adventure travel holiday, ask questions to fellow travellers or share hot tips on what you pack when travelling.

Trip leaders (UK and local), KE staff members, My KE users are all bloggers so their stories will be from all points of view and from different places in the world.

You can also add a picture of your travels or video footage to represent your story and inspire fellow travellers to read your blog.

If you have any questions, please contact us.


KE Adventure Blogger of the year for 2012 was Fraser Mackay with his blog of our Mera & Island Peak Trek in Nepal. He won £100 worth of Cotswold Vouchers.

>> read Fraser Mackay's winning Blog

A Perfect Day on the Mont Blanc Trek
By:
KE Office Staff - Pete Royall
posted 25th September '13
After a couple of days of atmospheric cloud, alternatively hiding and revealing the mountain views that accompany you on the Tour de Mont Blanc, it…
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Testing my googly skills on a Sri Lanka Family Adventure
By:
KE Office Staff - Jenni Thornton
posted 9th September '13
As with nearly every country that the British made their presence known in, cricket soon followed and Sri Lanka is no exception to this. It is…
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Where in the World are the Fann Mountains?
By:
KE Office Staff - Tim Nicholl
posted 30th August '13
When I told people I was off to trek in the Fann Mountains of Tajikistan, I was met with blank stares from most people, including many who are well…
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Mount Khuiten - The world's most remote mountain
By:
Trip Leaders - Tom Richardson
posted 30th August '13
When you have been a part of KE leading trips to the Greater Ranges for a while (and in my case quite a long while), people will inevitably ask…
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Toubkal - A Walk in the Park!
By:
Towersie
posted 3rd July '13
Day 1 - Moroccan Arrival We packed the bags in the car, locked the house and head for the hills, well Manchester airport on leg one of our journey…
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The Everest Marathon - Is it for mortals?
By:
Trip Leaders - Tom Richardson
posted 3rd July '13
Returning home after this year's spring season leading two KE climbing trips in Nepal was strange.   Usually nobody takes much notice, most…
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