Join us in Point Reyes on October 29th, 2016, with top guide John Baston and experience the beautiful coastal headlands on a 7-mile hike along the Tomales Point Trail. This one-way-in and one-way-out trail passes through gently rolling hills, the remains of 19th-century farms, and a conservation area set aside to restore the Tule Elk population. At this time of year, you may even see elk in rut! Those who want to go the whole way can, or you can choose your own distance and enjoy the scenic bluffs. This free hike is great for anyone who wants to get out and about in the great outdoors with like-minded adventures in the Bay Area. So grab your boots and join us!
The North Face and Mountain Travel Sobek have teamed up to bring you a night of Patagonia exploration with the recently added MTS Smuggler’s Trail trip. This once-in-a-lifetime adventure is in the seldom visited Jeinimeni National Reserve and Parque Patagonia. We'll hear from MTS expert guide, André Labarca—a seasoned mountaineer, whose love-at-first-sight passion for Patagonia has spanned two decades. Come enjoy refreshments, food and meet other travel enthusiasts in an unforgettable night.
Be inspired to discover the beauty of England and Scotland with this informative webinar on Wednesday August 17, 2016. Hosted by our local expert, Myles Farnbank, you'll experience the raw wilderness of the Outer Hebrides and Cairngorms National Park on Hiking Wild Scotland; and be thrilled by the 192-mile bucket-list challenge of our popular England Coast to Coast trek—one of the best long-distance routes in the world! This is the perfect opportunity to spend time with our insightful UK team, and hear about a dramatic landscape of rolling hills, ancient ruins, storybook villages, and charming inns.
Join us for an informative webinar on Wednesday June 22, 2016, and learn about the epic wildlife of Botswana. Hosted by our local expert, Simon Stobbs, you’ll be wowed by the wonders of this country, including its unrivaled variety of ecosystems ranging from the arid Kalahari Desert to the lush waterways of the Okavango Delta. You’ll hear about the country’s recent history, its spectacular wildlife, and our amazing camps.
Check out the Wildlife Conservation Expo at Chicago Zoo, May 7, 2016, and learn about the protection and rehabilitation of the African painted dog—one of the world's most endangered mammals—from Peter Blinston of the Painted Dog Conservation. Plus, meet field researchers from a variety of international conservation organizations.