Thrown up on the left hip of Norway, straddling the Arctic Circle, the district of Helgeland has been suitable chewn up by the Norwegian Sea. A weaving contigious coastline connects … Read more
As enthusiastic Scottish river and sea kayakers, my friends and I decided to embark on a trip to sunnier climes. We island hopped around the Ionian Sea for 6 days in sea kayaks, taking pleasure in one of the quietest and undeveloped parts of central Europe’s coastline.
Kayaking in Croatia for Adventure Holidays in Mediterranean.
The Youghiogheny or Yough (pronounced ‘yaach’) is a river with a split personality. Split between four distinct sections, and changing in feel and flow with the seasons, it’s a river … Read more
Mountain Safety Research (MSR) describe the 4-season Asgard tent as “the most liveable, 2-person expedition shelter we’ve ever made”. In order to assess this claim and put the tent through some rigorous testing, Christian Hacking and I took the Asgard to Switzerland.
During the summer of 2008, I headed to Scotland with a group of friends to kayak the Great Glen Fault, the slice of water that cuts through the belly of … Read more
Will Ross, August 26, 2011
As technology takes a greater hold on the way we run our lives, it’s no surprise that adventure brands are jumping on the digital band wagon to enhance user experience. To bring their adventure software in line with established platforms from other watch manufacturers, Suunto released Movescount, their version of performance tracking. As well as updating training data features, Suunto introduced a neat social networking element to enhance the Movescount product. Here I’ll outline some of the key features, and guide you through the process of setting up an account.
Sitting alongside a number of prestigious outdoor brands in the Cascade Designs family, SealLine has a lot to stand up to. The Boundary Pack is SealLine’s go everywhere-do -everything pack and is designed to be as comfortable as a backpack on a the train as holdall deep in the canyon.
Smaller than many European capital cities, Oslo manages to combine fantastic city life with a spirit for the Norwegian outdoors. A mere 15 minute trip by train, bus or tram … Read more
The Glenuig Inn is situated alongside a small sea inlet, 23 miles south of Mallaig on a wild and beautiful stretch of Scotland’s western coastline. Contained within the Sound of … Read more