The girl’s guide to skiing and playing in Laax, Switzerland

Party animals, unite. A mecca for snowboarders, a playground for skiers and home to a weird and wonderful apres scene – Laax should be your next winter destination.

Girl's guide to Laax, Switzerland
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The surfer’s bucket list: 8 must-surf spots

The surfer’s bucket list: 8 must-surf spots

Forget ticking off the biggest or the gnarliest breaks in the world – these to-die-for surf spots are as beautiful as they are unusual. I…
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Weekend adventures for under £50 for Red Bull

Weekend adventures for under £50 for Red Bull

“You don’t have to be rich to travel well,” noted travel writer Eugene Fodor. Wise words. Get more bang for your buck with one …
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My spring/summer surf guide

My spring/summer surf guide

My favourite spring surf kit, the best British beaches to learn to catch waves on and where to escape to on an exotic surfari this&…
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Female explorers – the ultimate reading list

Female explorers – the ultimate reading list

What are you reading this summer? Find inspiration for your next adventure with Kora‘s list of biographies and memoirs penned by trailblazing female explorers, …
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Taking to the pistes of Hochsolden, Austria with Crystal Ski

Taking to the pistes of Hochsolden, Austria with Crystal Ski

Come over all James Bond with a trip to Hochsolden, a relaxed, ski-in, ski-out hamlet high above the hubbub of Solden in the Austrian Alps.&…
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Climbing in the Wye Valley

Climbing in the Wye Valley

Before autumn arrived in all its colourful glory the Super Rad Climb Team (well, my mates) and I made a late summer trip to the&…
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11 apps to take on your next camping trip

11 apps to take on your next camping trip

The Best Camping Apps: What are you planning for your next camping trip? Fancy learning to tell Cassiopeia from Canis Major in the night sky,&…
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Interview: TransAmazonica cyclist Pip Stewart

Interview: TransAmazonica cyclist Pip Stewart

Combining epic adventure with a strong ecological message, you won’t be able to help feeling inspired by Pip Stewart’s TransAmazonica expedition. She and …
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Long term tests: my hero kit

Long term tests: my hero kit

I’ve reviewed a lot of gear over the past years, and whilst I try to put new kit through the toughest situations possible (sometimes …
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Places to stay: Beach Retreats’ Harbourside Cottage, Boscastle

Places to stay: Beach Retreats’ Harbourside Cottage, Boscastle

Magic is thick in the air in Boscastle, a picture-perfect fishing village hidden on the Cornish coast. And a stay in its heart at Beach&…
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Extreme adventures around the world

Extreme adventures around the world

Push your adrenaline levels to an all-time high with eight of the craziest extreme adventure experiences on the planet (I’ve ticked off three so …
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Six awesome active holidays for women

Six awesome active holidays for women

Hey lady. Where are you adventuring this summer? If you’re searching for an active break and the chance to meet a gaggle of new …
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How to: look after climber’s hands

How to: look after climber’s hands

Bouldering, sport climbing and general scrabbling around on rock faces is great fun, but it’s not very kind on your mitts. You’ll have …
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Going solo: how to travel alone and find adventure buddies

Going solo: how to travel alone and find adventure buddies

A few things have inspired me to put this post together. Firstly, lots of you are searching for topics like ‘how can I be more&…
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Review: Electric EG3.5 Ski Goggles from The Board Basement

Review: Electric EG3.5 Ski Goggles from The Board Basement

Hitting the slopes to test out Electric’s EG3.5 ski and snowboard goggles, £109 from The Board Basement. Product Description: “All new for 2016 Electric just…
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