If you’ve not already noticed, we love getting out into the outdoors, we thrive when we’re out exploring in nature whether that’s scrambling, climbing, kayaking or any number of crazy adventures. But the purest form of outdoor enjoyment is hiking of course and there is nothing better than the mountains in England and the UK.
Adventure!! We love it! In fact we scour the globe looking for our next crazy adventure, whether that is jumping off the side of a mountain, tackling ferocious white water rapids, scaling cliffs with our bare hands or just hanging around at 2000ft! But after visiting the amazing town of Interlaken in Switzerland over the
Switzerland…the place we had the most amazing and life changing trip to over the summer. We absolutely fell in love with it and even decided that one day we just have to go and live there for a while! We kicked ourselves as to why we hadn’t made the trip earlier and nothing could have
After a month backpacking around China there were many things we missed about being back home, of course, we were on the adventure of a lifetime, but nothing quite beats heading out at the weekend to clamber around on some rocks… well, if you are us anyway! We made sure to pack our climbing boots
Striding edge, probably the most infamous scramble in the British Isles. It strikes fear into the hearts of even the most weathered fell walker and is not without it’s legends and tragedies. The knife edge arête which leads to the summit of Helvellyn claims lives each year and yet is still at the top of the list
One of the big aims we had for 2015 was to really concentrate on our climbing, last year we got out a fair bit but my MA university work and knee operation got in the way of any real progression we wanted to make. This year now the weather has become a little better (I
Malham cove is an amphitheatre of stunning white rock, a powerful show of natures force as well as being one of the most legendary sport climbing venues in the UK. Add to that the fact that Harry Potter was filmed up on its famous limestone pavement and you have an ancient wonder of the British
Climbing features high in our aims for 2015 and already we have plans in motion to head over to the magnificent cliffs of Pembroke in South Wales in early April. Having been side-lined since November due to knee surgery as soon as the weather opened up, no matter how cold it was, we were keen