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Cwm Idwal, Wales: A great wet weather walk, by TOM HUTTON

Cwm Idwal, Wales: A great wet weather walk, by TOM HUTTON

So often it happens that we find ourselves in the mountains for the weekend and rain barely stops falling and the cloud never lifts from the summits. Some days it’s ok to...


Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue pinpoint the benefits of Android Wear

Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue pinpoint the benefits of Android Wear

“For us, the ability to get out a map and compass when you are on a live search with a mountain bike, or even in a kayak is somewhat restricted!” says Duane...


Q&A with Isle of Wight Tourist Board on using ViewRanger

Q&A with Isle of Wight Tourist Board on using ViewRanger

The Isle of Wight is a cyclist paradise with more than 500 miles of cycle and bridleways to explore and voted one of the top 10 cycling locations by Lonely Planet. The...


TOM HUTTON: Rethinking your wardrobe for summer

TOM HUTTON: Rethinking your wardrobe for summer

Summer’s here and the hills are calling. Time to rethink your wardrobe. Mid summer’s a great time to be in the hills. Warm weather and long daylight hours provide a perfect platform for...


The Scandinavian Experience - by foot, by bike, by kayak

The Scandinavian Experience - by foot, by bike, by kayak

Famed for fjords, forest and foothills, Scandinavia offers some of the most diverse trekking opportunities in Europe, with a huge range of options for a variety of activities. So it seems fitting...


Great Cycling Routes in the Canary Islands

Great Cycling Routes in the Canary Islands

The Spanish Canary Islands are a popular holiday destination for those looking for sun, sea and sandy beaches, but there’s so much more on offer. There is plenty to do inland as...