Ever wanted to go (or try) Wild Camping but never quite sure where to start? You don’t want to feel a fool posting on the many public forums to get dismissive replies and you have worries about trespassing and other fears? However, you…
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The following morning we woke after another disturbed night. Although all of us slept well we did have one ear open at all times as each gust hit the shelter, or deluge lasted longer than anticipated.
It has been three years since I heard any new Podcasts which really float my boat. There’s been quite a few I’ve gone through which never get past the first 30 seconds...
This podcast is an extract from the video interview I did recently with our European correspondent Roman Ackl and his impressions from Outdoor by ISPO the outdoor trade fair which moved from Friedrichshafen to Munich in 2019.
I spoke with Carl and Ellie last in September 2018 when they had seven trails left to complete on their epic personal challenge of being the first people to walk every Waymarked Trail in the Republic of Ireland.
You may recall a news story at the beginning of the year when Jenny Wordsworth (Nee Davis) was emergency air lifted from her solo, unsupported and unassisted Antarctic land ski speed attempt from the South Pole. This may have been the first…
This podcast features the effervescent artist Katie Tunn. Katie has a thing about islands and has just embarked on a challenge to bivvy camp on 82 of them around the UK.
In this podcast we catch up with Dermot Cosgrove who we spoke to back in Podcast No 482 as he was completing his prep in 40C heat of North Africa before walking the 620km trek though Iceland.
An interesting two days up at the Outdoor Trade Show in Manchester, in numerous ways.
Just a few kilometres south of the Artic Circle it isn’t the most welcome environment with temperatures at their height in the summer just topping 10C with daylight which lasts virtually 24 hours, it doesn’t make for a good night sleep.