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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 […]

Adventurous Activities in Apuseni Romania
Travel Features

Adventurous Activities in Apuseni, Romania

Short on time but wanting big adventures? Eager to jam as many adrenaline-pumping activities as possible into one trip? Then take a gander at the Carpathian mountains in Romania; adventure can be found in the air on its steep limestone cliffs, hidden in its dense forested mountains, or even underground in its plethora of cave […]

Kirsten climbing in Simond Women's Rock Pant
Gear and Reviews

Simond Women’s Rock Pants Review

Looking for all-rounder hiking and climbing trousers that are durable, comfortable and lightweight? The Simond women’s Rock pants at Decathlon can withstand high temps, showers and gusty winds on rock walls and hikes, while taking up minimal space in your rucksack. Simond Women’s Rock Pant Fit Sitting just below the belly button, the Rock pants […]

Georgia's Svaneti region, Transcaucasian Trail
Travel and Sports Advice

8 Things I Learnt Hiking Georgia’s Transcaucasian Trail

Georgia’s section of the Transcaucasian Trail is a mesmerising combination of romantic mountain villages and wild landscapes filled with a rainbow of colours – and dotted with quaint, ancient churches that only increase the trail’s quixotic appeal. This is only improved with Georgia’s hearty cuisine, punchy coffee, and easy-drinking wine and beer to help fuel […]

Kirsten Edinburgh Marathon Finishing Line
Gear and Reviews

Edinburgh Marathon Review

A few weeks ago, I swapped my hiking boots for running shoes to take part in the Edinburgh Marathon. After dashing around the city’s iconic landmarks, and beating out miles along the coast, I can confirm this marathon is as ‘fast and flat’ as the organisers promise. My Own Marathon Experience  Like countless other runners, […]