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Ellis Brigham and the Youth Adventure Trust team up for 10 peaks challenge

20th April 2018 | views | 0 comments

Have your say… Vertebrate Publishing has launched a Kickstarter campaign in a bid to build awareness about a new anthology of women’s adventure writing, poetry and art titled ‘Waymaking’. Vertebrate Publishing has launched a Kickstarter campaign in a bid to build awareness about a new anthology of women’s adventure writing, poetry and art titled ‘Waymaking’. The book will be released …

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How to make a career out of adventure photography

24th March 2018 | views | 0 comments

Have your say… This March, Swedish clothing and equipment brand Fjällräven is opening a new store in Ambleside in the Lake  District. The store will be owned and operated by long-term retail partner The Mountain Factor, and will give locals and visitors to the Lakes the opportunity to browse and try on an extensive range of Fjallraven kit. This March, Swedish …

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The Montane Spine Race is go!

14th January 2018 | views | 0 comments

They call it the UK’s most brutal race, and this weekend saw the start of the Montane Spine Race which organisers say features the most competitive line-up yet in its seven-year history.

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2018 UK and Ireland Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is biggest yet

7th December 2017 | views | 0 comments

Have your say… Starting this January, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is once again returning to the UK and Ireland, with more shows and more venues than ever before. Starting this January, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is once again returning to the UK and Ireland, with more shows and more venues than ever before. The …

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Doug Scott lectures

9th August 2017 | views | 0 comments

This year is the 40th anniversary of Doug + Team’s successful ascent of the Ogre and Doug will show newly discovered images of the climb. Doug will recount how, as he abseiled from just below the summit, he slammed into the rock, dangling on the end of the rope with both legs broken just above the ankles and then had to crawl back down the mountain.