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  • Staying Fit Through Winter - 6 UK Events to Challenge Yourself

    Staying Fit Through Winter - 6 UK Events to Challenge Yourself

    Winter is approaching quickly and many people can think the end to endless outdoor adventures is near. But the UK Read More
  • Package holidays with a difference - Chamonix adventures for everyone

    Package holidays with a difference - Chamonix adventures for everyone

    What’s not to like about Chamonix or Cham as it is affectionately known and it holds plenty of good memories Read More
  • 10 reasons why the coast is the perfect holiday destination

    10 reasons why the coast is the perfect holiday destination

    The coast is a popular holiday destination for families and there is no chance this trend is ever going to Read More
  • British team break speed record for crossing world's largest lake

    British team break speed record for crossing world's largest lake

    A three-man, British expedition team has set a new speed record for an unsupported crossing the world's largest (by volume) Read More
  • Henry Iddon puts the Kodak PixPro SP360 4K to the test

    Henry Iddon puts the Kodak PixPro SP360 4K to the test

    It seems that no trip report or gear review is complete these days without some GoPro footage, so we asked Read More
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I’ve always had a fascination about tents. From the outside they appear basic and  simple. A few poles, material and lots of string. What more is there to know? When I was given a last minute opportunity to fly to the Cairngorm to get hands on with Fjallraven’s 2016 range,…
Sitting in the shadow of the famous Eiger and boasting Europe's highest train station the Jungfrau region of Switzerland is a magnet for tourists all year round. In winter the villages take centre stage in the skiing World Cup calendar but in summer thet Jungfrau region plays host to some…
The BBC has confirmed that The One Show will tonight broadcast the first part of its feature about Sir Chris Bonington and Leo Houlding climbing the Old Man of Hoy (with presenter Andy Torbet). 
Thursday, 01 May 2014 13:39

Polar explorer named as cancer charity patron

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An epic British skier, Sue Stockdale, is to become a patron of the charity Ski 4 Cancer. In 1996, sure became the first British woman to ski to the Magnetic North Pole. Since then, she has taken part in expeditions to Antarctica and the Geographical North Pole. She has also…
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Latest Cycling

  • Amateur Cyclists aim to become only the Fifth British Team to Complete Race Across America +

    Two amateur cyclists from Manchester are to take on the world’s toughest cycling challenge – Race Across America (RAAM) – in a Read More
  • Things to do on a Bike : Sign Up for a Sportive +

    One of the hardest aspects I personally find in my cycling life is motivation. Usually in just pushing myself to Read More
  • Cycle in the path of Innsbruck’s UCI World Champions +

    The ultimate sporting city of Innsbruck is preparing to shine in the spotlight as the world’s elite cyclists line up Read More
  • Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 a Wet and Windy 2018 +

    The mission for 2018, if I chose to accept it, beat my time of 6:52 from 2017. Too much had Read More
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Latest Running

  • Kilian Jornet and Lucy Murigi defend their Sierre-Zinal titles +

    A stacked field and the fastest, “flattest” race of the Golden Trail Series, the 31km Sierre-Zinal, delivered a very similar Read More
  • The 2018 Heineken Race to The Tower +

    Threshold Sports are well known for their Trail Race Series, with their events Race to The Stones, Race to the Read More
  • Trail Running the Torridon Trio +

    I was sitting motionless, on a step of the steep path down from Mullach an Rathain, too nervous to move, Read More
  • Robert Barnes and Carol Morgan win Cape Wrath Ultra 2018 +

    Robert Barnes and Carol Morgan triumphed in the Cape Wrath Ultra 2018. Read More
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