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The Best Quest provides visual experiences of journeys. One by one you see the latest updates from the best expeditions and journeys currently under way around the world. Click on them to see the whole journey in a nutshell. Want your own adventure? Go on one of our quest-themed trips!

Sean Conway
Sean Conway

Conway Breaks All-Time Record!

Update // 13 May, 2018 // Fastest Cycling of Europe
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Rolling into Ufa, Russia in the Ural Mountains, Sean breaks the record for the fastest time cycling across Europe. Completing the 3980 miles in just 24 days, 18 hours and 39 minutes, he breaks the previous record of just over 25 days. This was his...(more)

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Rowing from home to home
Rowing from home to home

After Long Silence, A Sudden 800 Miles Down Australia’s Coast

Update // 12 May, 2018 // Rowing From Home to Home
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Grant 'Axe' Rawlinson has cycled another 800 miles down the east coast of Australia in his bid to travel by human power from Singapore to New Zealand. Why this recent additional 800 miles down the coast? He is repositioning his launch port for cro...(more)

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The Poles Project
The Poles Project

Duo Reaches Southernmost Tip of Africa

Update // 09 May, 2018 // The Poles Project
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After considerable headache and hardship, O'Shea and Gleeson and their vehicle, 'Betsy', have made it to the southernmost tip of Africa, south of Cape Town. The apex of their recent difficulty was in the region of the Democratic Republic of Congo...(more)

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Running the Essequibo
Running the Essequibo

First Ever Run of Essequibo Completed!

Update // 22 Apr, 2018 // Running the Essequibo
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The team paddled out the river and into the Atlantic bringing the journey to an end. After 72 days and over 600 miles, the navigated journey often challenged their patience and resolve as well as jungling skills. The last section of the river was...(more)

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