This weekend is the third year of Wild Night Out, the UK's National Day of Adventure, and we have some tips about finding the right camping spot for YOUR Wild Night Out!
Whatever activity holiday you’re planning, there will be certain essentials you’ll always be glad you packed. We have collated our top five in collaboration with Holidaysafe Travel Insurancefor you below.
The Wild Swimming Brothers are delighted to be able to share their book with you. Swim Wild is about the brothers' childhood spent in nature and more recent wild swimming adventures together. Calum shares his 5 steps to getting into wild swimming.
Ash Dykes is a two-time world first record holding explorer, author and motivational speaker and shares his top tips for planning your first adventure.
New year, new you... How about a resolution to make 2018 your year of adventure?
So, before you decide that this is a boring safety blog, why not make a cup of tea and have a read of something that could make a real difference to your next overseas trip.
Are you ready to take your hiking life to the next level? Do you daydream about the trail, wishing you could be out in the wilderness for days, weeks or even months at a time?
Ever wanted to start up your own expedition team? Find out how here.
Always been fascinated by conservation and nature? Make it happen as a career with James Borrell's professional tips.
Gaz Loki talks to us about everything you need to do to become a fully qualified SCUBA diving instructor.
Former Base Camp Festival speaker and author Tobias Mews shares an inspiring extract from his latest book.
My first time posting. I'm developing a TV show where we send pairs of celebrities out on some tough treks. I'm looking for people with first hand knowledge of the following routes who also have some time to chat with me! Inca trail and nearby, Peru; Dolomites Italy, Any Bhutan, Zion, Utah, Kokoda, PNG, Tigers gorge, China.
Hey there guys and gals,
I am in the process of gathering information and the logistics of successfully doing an expedition to the North Pole and back from Canada. Has anyone done this before? If so, I would love to get in contact with you and ask you a few questions.
In 2012 I rowed on board The Limited Intelligence, an ocean row boat which has successfully completed three ocean crossings.
Ours was a much shorter trip, about 6 days of rowing through the Florida Keys. We spent a day on the Atlantic during the duration of the trip and enjoyed the experiences, from battling storms at the start to encountering marine wildlife.
This gave me a taste for open ocean rowing and I would love to complete a longer journey in the future.
This autumn I will be heading to Costa Rica and Nicaragua to act as a Spanish interpreter and volunteer project manager for the sustainable development charity Raleigh International.
For three months I will lead a group of 12 young volunteers as they work on environmental- and community-based projects in remote locations across the two countries. Raleigh has a long history of excellent work in the region - and across the world - and has a strong emphasis on the personal development of the volunteers, as well as providing opportunities for underprivileged young people from the UK to get involved.
Hi all, When starting out in jungle adventures I always found it tough to find a list describing good items to wear. Below are a few things I have learnt over the years
Jeremy Curlis a record-breaking explorer and photographer who has crossed the Kaisuit and Koroli deserts. In 2008 he traversed 2000km across the Sahara using camels with the Touareg tribes. Here he shares his advice on purchasing camels for a desert expedition.
The following is a basic guide to insurance that might be required in an outdoors business based in the UK. These different types of insurance can be purchased as individual policies or more commonly be grouped together on a package or combined policy.
Once I was firm about walking a 1000 km across the Gobi, I started a search for good boots in earnest; after all they would be on my feet for almost a 50 days.
It is amazing what a wonderful drug oxygen is. Neil Rushton, a family GP from Cullompton in Devon and EC Member, has been getting used to the daily grind of his new job in Pheriche - two days' trek from Mount Everest's Base Camp - and deciding whether to send people down the mountain by yak.