Trekking and sailing the Scottish Hebrides with Mammut Mountain School

Welcome aboard the good ship Zuza. Mammut Mountain School‘s sailing yacht makes the perfect movable adventure base for hiking the remote Hebridean islands of Scotland.…

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Try one thing: 10 outdoor challenges that might just change your life

John Burroughs said it best: “I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.” if you’re feeling…

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Meet Acai Activewear’s perfect summer hiking shorts

Sponsored post in collaboration with Acai Activewear Adventures in Acai Activewear Summer Hiking Shorts Meet your new favourite shorts for forays into the great outdoors.…

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My backpacking packing list: What to pack for your next backpacking trip

Packing for a backpacking trip can be a complicated endeavour, but my handy backpacking packing list will walk you through the absolute essentials to invest…

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Bivvying For Beginners | How to go Bivvy Bag Camping

How To Go Bivvy Bag Camping – My Beginner’s Guide Love wild camping? Meet your next wild sleeping adventure – the humble bivouac. Bivvying is…

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Camping in the forest

Sponsored Post in collaboration with Camping in the Forest If you go down to the woods today… you might just find the perfect campsite. Get…

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Beginner’s guide to yoga for sport and travel

Beginner’s guide to yoga for sport and travel Namaste, ladies! Whether or not you want to go deep into the mental benefits of yoga, its…

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My Lighthouse guide to coastal adventures in Britain

Dreaming of a summer of salty sea air and sand between your toes? You need my guide to planning and packing for coastal adventures on…

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Review: Haglofs Leftover sleeping bag

Waxing lyrical over Haglof’s new, limited edition Leftover sleeping bag, £140, a design that champions the use of factory off-cuts to create a high-performing and…

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Climbing For Beginners: Why you should hit the wall

Guest blogger Charlotte Clark on the delights of rock climbing for beginners, and why this is the perfect confidence-building sport for women of all abilities.…

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How it feels to try ice swimming, Scandinavian style

Scandinavians have known it for centuries – plunging into ice-cold water is good for you. Here’s how it feels to take a dip in the…

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The best sustainable and eco-friendly swimwear

The tide is turning – these nine ethical and sustainable swimwear brands make a stand by using recycled materials to create their beautiful and sport-friendly…

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Arctic Adventure: The Fjällräven Polar 2019

This is the story of a 300km journey across the wilderness from Norway to Sweden as part of the Fjällräven Polar 2019 expedition, crossing the…

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How to join a British Exploring Society expedition

They say life begins outside your comfort zone. Challenge yourself, learn new skills and travel to some of the wildest places on earth by joining…

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Video: British Exploring Society Expedition in the Indian Himalayas

Looking for a challenge? Here’s a taste of my six-week adventure in the Indian Himalayas with the British Exploring Society, a charity that takes young…

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Review: Red Pro Change jacket

Love getting in the ocean in any weather? Jacob Little reckons the Red Pro Outdoor jacket, £120, will be your new favourite bit of kit.…

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