Next month sees the release of The Responsible Traveller by Karen Edwards, a book that promises to be "your ticket to positive, guilt-free, sustainable and ethical travel." In preperation for its launch we have an exclusive feature from the author of 10 ways in which responsible travel can be introduced into every trip.

Published in Travel

UK runner Graham Walton has won the 2022 Cape Wrath Ultra, completing the eight-day 400km race in a total time of just over 50 hours.

Published in Trail & Ultra Running

Day one of the 2021 Montane Dragon’s Back Race saw a one-two-three of Wales-based runners and the early retirement of two pre-race favourites.

Published in Trail & Ultra Running

I had often visited Decathlon stores when on holiday in France and had always been impressed by their range of sporting equipment. Their own brand clothing seems especially popular over there, so when Decathlon-UK offered MyOutdoors a collection of their latest trail running gear to test, I was more than happy to volunteer my services.

Published in Miscellaneous Reviews

While the new Cambrian Way walking route has taken the headlines this summer Visit Wales has also designated a Cambrian Way road running between Llandudno and Cardiff.

Published in Adventure
Thursday, 15 August 2019 09:03

Albert and being Sustainable.

What connects a tiny patch of snow in Scotland to a Blackpool pub and landslides in the Alps? Henry Iddon pulls the threads together in a guest Editorial on sustainability.

Published in Editorials

Berghaus ambassador Ed Jackson has returned to the UK after a dramatic expedition to Himlung Himal, a remote Himalayan peak.

The organisers of Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) have announced that iconic 80s band Big Country will headline this year’s live music line-up on the Subaru Stage.  

A three-man, British expedition team has set a new speed record for an unsupported crossing the world's largest (by volume) freshwater lake, Siberia's Lake Baikal.

Published in Adventure

The 50th Anniversary of the OMM was a huge success in the Lake District. Brutal conditions tested the competitors maintaining the OMMs’ legendary reputation.

Published in Trail & Ultra Running
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