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Eco-Friendly Christmas Gifts
Gear and Reviews

Eco-Friendly Christmas Gifts for Outdoorsy People

What do you get the outdoorsy person that has everything? They don’t want more shit, that’s for sure. My eco-friendly Christmas gifts guide for outdoorsy folk will help you find thoughtful gifts for all budgets and interests, without killing the planet.  1. Travel Writing Lessons Does your significant other imagine themselves as the next Wainwright, […]

Winter Hiking Scenes
Travel and Sports Advice

Top Tips for Hiking in Winter

Sunny summiteers, fear not; the days may be closing in but with my top tips, you can keep hiking in winter. There’s something about winter that makes even the most mundane landscape seem magical, doesn’t it? A thin dusting of snow transforms a trail you might have visited dozens of times into a whole new […]

Wild Camping in the UK
Travel and Sports Advice

A Beginner’s Guide to Wild Camping

Want to go wild camping, but worried about starting on the wrong foot? You’re not alone. With some conscientiousness for the environment and the right gear, you can start your adventures in the wild straightaway. There is something uniquely liberating and beautiful wild camping. It offers hikers the freedom and opportunity to venture anywhere in […]

sea stack climbing in Donegal
Travel Features

Sea Stack Climbing in Donegal, Ireland

Sea stack climbing in Donegal brings a whole new definition to the term ‘rock-hopping’. Together with our guide, Iain Miller of Unique Ascents, we paddled around the Atlantic coast in search of sea cliffs and stacks with tricky routes, some of which have yet to receive a first ascent. While exploring parts of Donegal few […]