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Kendal Mountain Festival 2019: Tickets on sale now!

31st October 2019 | 0 comments

Have your say… This morning, 29th October, at 8:58 local time, Nepali mountaineer Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja summited Shishapangma in Tibet and in doing so set a new record of 189 days for climbing all of the 8000m peaks. This morning, 29th October, at 8:58 local time, Nepali mountaineer Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja summited Shishapangma in Tibet and in doing so set …

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Nims Purja smashes 8000ers record

29th October 2019 | 0 comments

Join the discussion… In the recent Group Test of technical softshell jackets in Trek & Mountain, Rab’s Kinetic Alpine Jacket won one of our coveted Editor’s Choice awards, with the testers calling Rab’s latest creation “an innovative jacket that bridges the gap between softshell and hardshell – superb comfort too.” Now you have a chance to get your hands on …

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COMPETITION: Win a Rab Kinetic Alpine Jacket worth £200!

24th October 2019 | 1 comment.

Have your say… Green Shape is VAUDE’s own standards for production of their products   VAUDE’s SECOND USE INITIATIVE HELPS FIND A HOME FOR USED GEAR the challenge for us all is to enjoy the outdoors without harming it More info on VAUDE’s sustainability policies and products at: www.vaude.com    

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Discover the backcountry with Ellis Brigham

2nd October 2019 | 0 comments

Have your say… Leading Swedish outdoor brand, Fjällräven, has announced grants totalling 120,000€ to three projects concerned with the outdoors and environment, in the first round of awards made via its Arctic Fox Initiative. Leading Swedish outdoor brand, Fjällräven, has announced grants totalling 120,000€ to three projects concerned with the outdoors and environment, in the first round of awards made …

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Fjällräven announces 120,000€ of grants to environmental action groups

23rd September 2019 | 0 comments

Have your say… The deaths of Martin Moran and seven other members of his team on Nanda Devi East at the beginning of June this year deeply saddened Britain’s close-knit guiding and mountaineering community. Coming at a time when deaths on Everest and other big, commercial peaks were making the headlines, the differences between what was seen elsewhere in the …