November 01, 2018

Book Review – Dr @AshRouten reviews Polar Eskimo by Alex Hibbert

As someone with an interest not simply in purposeful Arctic expeditions, but the landscape, climate and culture of the northernmost latitudes of our planet I was particularly interested in taking…
May 29, 2018

Multi-award winning film maker and photographer launches new book, Pendle - Witch Country on Kickstarter

Pendle is an area best known for its association with the controversial witch trials of 1612, located in a damp, dark corner of East Lancashire. It is a modest location…
October 27, 2017

Doug Scott reveals the truth behind his dramatic first ascent of the Ogre in 1977

Forty years on from Doug Scott and Chris Bonington’s death-defying first ascent of the Ogre, Scott reveals the whole truth behind their epic fight for survival in a new book…
October 05, 2017

Ed Douglas' The Magician's Glass reviewed

The Magician's Glass is a compilation of essays from the pen of Ed Douglas, probably the UK's most influential writer since Joe Tasker and Pete Boardman, so it's fitting it's…
August 23, 2017

North Wales Trail Running - reviewed by Steve Chilton

Twenty off-road routes 'for trail and fell runners' is the pitch of this pocket-sized guide from Vertebrate.
January 24, 2017

Running Beyond:Ian Corless book reviewed by James MacKeddie

It’s taken me a while to start running my fingers across the keyboard to compose the words to summarise Running Beyond.
June 14, 2016

Ken Wilson : An appreciation / Obituary by Alan Hinkes OBE

My sister was really looking forward to reading my 21st birthday present. It was Hard Rock by Ken Wilson. Little did she know that it was a compilation of some…