British Polar Explorer Felicity travels by Land Rover from the UK across Scandinavia and Siberia in mid-winter to the coldest inhabited place in the world, the Pole of Cold.
Chris, a resident of Hong Kong for over thirty years, has seen China grow from a rural country, where cow dung was a common source of fuel, to a modern superpower.
Trips to heat, cold, altitude and depth: TV producer Martin reveals the logistics, dangers and rewards of filming in some of the most challenging environments on Earth.
With passions running high in Ukraine and the breakaway states of the Caucasus, John met people on both sides of the disputed borders and promises some surprising insights.
Members’ only evening, with quiz and BYO buffet. Then Paul cycle-camps with his sons through the Patagonian Lake District, and visits Buenos Aires and Mendoza’s vineyards.
In 2013 travel writer Antonia spent two months alone on a tiny motorbike exploring the remains of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. It proved a thrilling and dangerous journey.
Join Brian on his trip to Yellowstone, which contains some of the world’s biggest geysers and hot springs, magnificent landscapes, and beasts including bears, bison, elk and wolves
She’s editor of Wanderlust magazine by day, but by night Phoebe is an extreme sleeping-outdoors adventurer who thrives on heading off to the wildest locations she can find.
Exploring the entire Mediterranean, Simon takes us on an epic journey of spectacular beauty, remarkable heritage and profound insights that becomes the very story of humankind.
After climbing Everest in 2006, mountaineer Dominic wanted a different challenge and decided to kayak the Colorado, as John Wesley Powell did in 1869.
Ash made the first recorded traverse of the length of Madagascar - a 1600 mile trek in 155 days, climbing eight of the island’s highest mountains on the way.
An ambitious adventure to complete 25 different non-motorised journeys, each at least 1000 miles in distance. So far Dave has completed 12 of the 25...
From its deepest valleys to its highest summits, and from one side of the range to the other, Kev shows us the Pyrenees at their spectacular best.
Visit Namibia and Botswana on an overland truck camping safari with Harry and Jean, seeing enormous sand dunes, the Okavango Delta, rock paintings, and lots of wildlife.
These are the main items of the programme, but they may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. Other events will be announced at the meetings and in our newsletters.
Members' evenings are given during the season, for members by members, either in their own homes or in the small hall at Onslow Village Hall. Full details and bookings will be available at regular Club meetings.
We would like to be able to offer a programme of Members' Evenings this season, so if you have digital photographs or slides and have some interesting travels to share, please let us know!