July 23, 2021

Andrew Terrill's The Earth Beneath My Feet reviewed

Despite the fact that this is part 1 of a two part story of one man's walk from the southernmost point of Italy to the northernmost point in Norway the…
July 22, 2021

Women in the Alps 150 years after Lucy Walker's iconic Matterhorn ascent

“If there is an area particularly characterised by male dominance it’s Alpinism. Glorifying courage, strength and endurance it embodies the exact opposite of what 19-century women were expected to be…”
June 17, 2021

Serviceman takes on seven days of endurance with no rest for charity

A British Army officer of 34 years is taking on a week of 24-hour endurance events across the North of England with no rest to raise funds and awareness for…
November 03, 2020

Quiet corners with Alan Hinkes - Dufton and High Cup Nick

Dufton Pike & Murton Pike are two prominent outliers clearly seen from the A66 en route to the Lakes.
September 09, 2020

James Forrest sets "self-supported" hiking record for Wainwright's round

James Forrest a journalist and adventurer from Cockermouth, Cumbria,  has set a new record time for a self-supported continuous hike of Alfred Wainwright’s 214 Lake District peaks after completing the…
September 01, 2020

Wilderness, wildlife and weapons. Walking the Falkland Islands

It is 8000 miles away and yet it feels like the UK. The Falkland Islands takes the best part of 24 hours to get there on the ‘Air Bridge’ from…