Solitude ain't that bad. For Mountain Folk...

Solitude ain't that bad. For Mountain Folk...

It sounds like a depressing title, but the words are not! Jenny Tough spends more time alone in the mountains than most of us. By choice, however, loneliness still creeps in and affects her. She kindly has opened up and shared her toolbox of things that help her when times are rough. It turns out, in times of being alone, a connection is more im...
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6 Kiwi Adventures, when you got to play close to home.

6 Kiwi Adventures, when you got to play close to home.

Had to cancel or change your international travel plans at the last moment due to all the craziness that is, unfortunately, happening in the world?   Changing plans last minute can be a little daunting, disappointing and even overwhelming...  So I asked the team what they would choose to do if they got to go on holiday anywhere in New Zealand, a...
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Coros Apex... you can forget your charger!

Coros Apex... you can forget your charger!

The Coros Apex 46mm. Up until recent years, there have only really been two big players in the pure outdoors GPS watch market.... but then along comes Coros. How does it stack up? First of all, I have had watches from the two other brands (they have served me well) and brought the Coros after my partner Jen, got one for her 100-mile race because...
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Period Talk for Adventure Women

Period Talk for Adventure Women

Hey, Ladies (and Men who want to get educated!!)   I am writing to talk about the ‘unspoken,’ the ‘secrets’ and not just yellow snow but also RED snow!! Sadly there is still a sense of embarrassment and almost a “taboo” feeling around having our periods, toileting and keeping fresh in the outdoors. So I thought why not try to break down the wall...
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Walk this way: To Climb & Canyon At Woolshed Creek

Walk this way: To Climb & Canyon At Woolshed Creek

Walking to the Crag & Canyons with Ian 'Entertaining Adventures' Middleton.   Now don't get me wrong, I love a good walk - whether it's with the dogs, wandering to Guest Services at the adventure park to purchase another 10 uplifts, or sobering myself up on the way back from the pub.  But sometimes placing one foot in front of the other can ...
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