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During event week, it’s fair to say that the Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race exists in a bubble.

Berghaus is preparing to welcome visitors to the 2017 Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) with navigation challenges, product innovation insights, a climbing legend, and cups of tea.

The world’s toughest five-day mountain race got underway this morning in North Wales.

It's been announced today that Edelrid and Red Chiliare joining forces. Red Chili will maintain its brand identity under Edelrid. Together, they plan to further reinforce Red Chili's strong position on the German market for climbing shoes and fashion-orientated climbing and bouldering apparel.

Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) has added another major name to its speaker programme in the Theatre by the Lake.

Berghaus has launched a new range of shoes that are built for making the most of a summer in the outdoors.

Eureka! has launched a new two-person tunnel tent that allows campers to enjoy uninterrupted views during a night under the stars in the summer months.  When pitched, the Duotaire offers the option of removing the all-weather outer tent to reveal an inner tent made almost entirely of mesh. 

Adventurer Alex Staniforth this morning, May 13th, on a journey around the UK that includes almost 5000 miles of cycling and 500 miles of walking to summit the high points in 100 counties of the UK.

Race director Shane Ohly, who resurrected the iconic event in 2012, assesses the likely contenders in the 2017 Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race.

Northern, one of the main regional train providers in northern England, is linking up with the experts at popular TV series Walks Around Britain, to develop a series of walks specially chosen to be easily accessible from stations across the north.

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