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Rum on the Rocks – Bike ‘n’ hike

Over the last holiday weekend we set out to explore the Island of Rum which was a private and almost secret place until fairy...

On the run in Iceland

Iceland's awesome running trails are a great way to escape the crowds and immerse yourself in its incredible landscape. It feels very strange to...

Scrambling four of the most iconic peaks in Scotland

We were looking at a map of Scotland and listing the peaks we'd most like to climb. Not the tallest, nor the easiest to...

Winter Walking on Ben Alder, Scotland Highlands

Scotland's Highlands is at their most beautiful when the Munro's and mountain tops are dusted in fresh snow. This winter the wet and and...

A guide to the best mountain huts around the world

If you want to embrace the wildest mountains without carrying your tent then you need to find a mountain hut (AKA a mountain cabin...

2015 a year in photographic review.

2015 was a strange year for us. We finally left Chamonix for good, signified by us collecting our last belongings and on reflection it's...

Bike ‘n’ Hike on one of Scotland’s iconic peaks

It's easy to forget quite how wild northern Scotland is and without the various hunting tracks and stalking paths most of Sutherland and Wester...

MSR Dragonfly Stove Review

We arrived home last week tired and exhausted after our transcontinental cycle tour. After five months away we were both glad to be back...

Trekking the stunning Langtang Valley in Nepal

I expected trekking the Langtang valley in Nepal to be a peaceful stroll along a wide open himalayan valley. However we started by descending...

Hiking to the sacred Gosaikunda Lakes – Nepal

Laurebina Pass was a pretty large obstacle on the trek to Gosaikunda Lakes, it looked pretty daunting as it rose up to a height...

Helambu Trek – Himalayas, Nepal

We left kathamandu headed for Sundarijal in the Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park on an overcrowded local bus, the type of bus that has a...

Mohare Danda – Trekking off the beaten path in Nepal

Nepal quickly struck me as a country where my road or touring bike should be left behind and I must proceed by foot. Here...