Running (while female) in the pandemic

Running While Female In The Pandemic: safety and etiquette There’s been a lot of discussion in the media around runners lately – both about their… View Post

Planning future adventures with Mitsubishi

//sponsored post in collaboration with Mitsubishi// Championing local adventures in the Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian X Auto pickup We may all be exploring closer to home… View Post

Top tips for your first multi-day hike with Addnature

//This post is in collaboration with Addnature// Love walking in the wild? Take your adventures one step further and plan your first multi-day hike with… View Post

Review: SOG PowerPint multi-tool

After a versatile multi-tool without the bulk? I’ve been testing out the SOG PowerPint multi-tool from SOG Knives, £47.95. This smaller design weighs just 119g… View Post

First steps – trail running for beginners

Human beings were never designed to run on tarmac. Perhaps, then, it’s natural that many runners swap pavements for wild places by taking up trail… View Post

Thera-Sea: A Cornish rewilding and wild swimming retreat

Escape to a wild corner of Cornwall with Thera-Sea, an off-grid retreat designed to sooth you both mentally and physically. Feeling frazzled? Go off-grid and… View Post

Go everywhere in Royal Robbins’ travel and outdoor-ready clothing

//This post is in collaboration with Royal Robbins// What type of traveller are you? Whether you’re an avid explorer of tropical climates, a dedicated backcountry… View Post

The great outdoorsy Christmas gift guide 2020

Glad tidings to all, even in the extremely weird year that is 2020. My outdoor, adventure and travel-themed Christmas gift guide is here to help… View Post

Seven unique ways to stay in Scotland

If you’re staying a little closer to home next year but still want a real taste of the wild, there’s nowhere better to travel to… View Post

Five bucket list destinations for 2021

Haven’t been much further than your front door in 2020? Here’s to a more hopeful 2021 for travellers. Whether you’re raring to book your next… View Post

What to forage for in winter in Britain

Foraging, or the art of gathering wild food to eat, is thrifty, fascinating and a brilliant excuse for a good walk. It can seem like… View Post

The beginner’s guide to tricycles

//This post is in collaboration with Jorvik Tricycles// Did you know that tricycles aren’t just for kids? Three-wheeled tricycles designed for grown-ups are increasingly in… View Post

A weekend road trip around wild Northern Ireland

Here be giants. Fancy a weekend on the wild side without having to leave the United Kingdom? Come along on my three-day road trip around… View Post

Meet Craghoppers’ Kiwi backpack collection

//This post is in collaboration with Craghoppers// Meet Craghoppers Kiwi backpack collection Whether you’re weekending in the city or heading off the beaten track, you’ll… View Post

Review: Suunto 7 smartwatch

Meet the Suunto 7 smartwatch (£386.10). Aimed at sport and outdoor lovers, it’s definitely more adventure-ready than your average smartwatch thanks to great mapping abilities.… View Post

How to walk the South West Coast Path on a budget

How to walk the South West Coast Path on a budget The South West Coast Path is one of the most magical trails in Britain.… View Post