Photographs from Rock and Rapid

A photograph captures a moment in time; evidence of a great experience. It keeps the memory alive. Often photographs show us something we did not see ourselves - perhaps the look on our face as we made a huge personal achievement.  It’s something that says ‘Yes, I really did do that’.

We always keep a camera to hand during our expeditions in order to capture you at your personal best, achieving things you thought were unachievable. We value these photographs greatly.

They are a visual reminder of what we are all about!

We want to challenge you, motivate you and bring out parts of you that you didn’t know existed. Standing at the bottom of a mountain can be a daunting place to be, but once you are at the top of that mountain, a photograph of your great achievement is as essential as the pat on the back we give!

View Rock and Rapid’s gallery of climbing photographs



We invite you to look through the many photographs we have uploaded of our recent journeys and see the fascinating sites that we could never take for granted, such as our wonderful animal trekking adventures, visits to orphanages overseas and snaps of our journeys across the continents.

A picture speaks a thousand words and we could not begin to explain just how amazing some of our trips have been, though by preserving the memories by photograph we can show you! The joy of success, the tired but exhilarated expression as people succeed their own personal challenges and the utter joy that shines out as they experience what it is truly like to feel free are just some of the expressions we have captured.

Our online gallery is something that will grow and grow and we’d love for you to be a part of it. By joining us on a UK or Overseas expedition we can capture you in settings, which are postcard worthy and truly out of this world. We travel all over the world, from Norway to Egypt, Peru to Kenya - we cover it all, and something that is always with us is our camera!

Please take the time to view our gallery properly; pictures can explain so much more of what we are about than words ever could. And if you have any questions at all we are always happy to answer them.

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