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The Lockdown Q&A – #3: Alan Hinkes

1st June 2020 | 0 comments

As we all continue to live with restrictions on our outdoor activities, we talk to some of the world’s best mountaineers and mountain athletes about what they are doing to stay fit and focused during the Covid crisis…

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The Lockdown Q&A – #2: David Goettler

20th May 2020 | 0 comments

Have your say… As we all continue to live with restrictions on our outdoor activities, we talk to some of the world’s best mountaineers and mountain athletes about what they are doing to stay fit and focused during the Covid crisis. First up, we talk to one of Britain’s most successful high altitude mountaineers, Adele Pennington… As we all continue …

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The Lockdown Q&A – #1: Adele Pennington

17th May 2020 | 0 comments

Have your say… In the first of a series of weekly competitions, we have a superb Outdoor Research Helium Bivy up for grabs – read on to find out how you can get your hands on it! In the first of a series of weekly competitions, we have a superb Outdoor Research Helium Bivy up for grabs – read on …

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Peak Profile: Ama Dablam

24th April 2019 | 0 comments

Often described as the most beautiful mountain in the world, the ‘Mother’s Necklace’ doesn’t allow mountaineers easy passage to her highly-prized summit…

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Where to trek in 2019

7th January 2019 | 0 comments

Looking to plan a big trip in 2019? We spoke to seven of the leading trekking/expedition companies to get their recommendations for which treks and peaks to consider visiting in the coming year…

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The Interview: Adam Campbell

10th May 2018 | 0 comments

Have your say… Adam Campbell’s life has revolved around motion. As one of the world’s top ultra runners, his mantra has been simple: ‘If you’re not moving, you’re dead’. Adam Campbell’s life has revolved around motion. As one of the world’s top ultra runners, his mantra has been simple: ‘If you’re not moving, you’re dead’. This life of movement came …

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Matterhorn Hörnli Ridge – a Guide’s guide

3rd May 2018 | 0 comments

Have your say… The morning of Sunday 30th April 2017 will stick in many peoples’ minds for a long time. As the mountaineering world woke up to the awful news that one of its brightest lights had perished while acclimatising on Nuptse, climbers and non-climbers alike took to social media to express their shock at the loss of one of …