• outdoor
    Top 5 tips for an autumnal adventure
    23 Sep 2019 / Tara Andrews
    Seasons have officially changed in the UK. We've packed away our barbecues, flung our flip-flops back in the cupboard and hung up our sun hats. For some, it’s a sad time. But for a lot of people, the start of autumn is considered one of the best times of the year. Autumn marks the transition from summer to winter. Days become noticeably...
  • outdoor
    The top 9 essentials for your next outdoor adventure
    13 Aug 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    According to the Ramblers Association , walking is by far Britain's most popular outdoor recreation activity. Wherever you are on our little island, you're never more than a short drive or train journey away from our beautiful countryside. Whatever your age, a long walk in the great outdoors is the perfect way to unplug from the pressures...
  • outdoor
    Osprey's picks for your own Grand Tour
    18 Jun 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    The world's biggest cycling event is just around the corner. Twenty-one stages, starting this year in Brussels and covering the entire length of France. Riders need to be able to go the distance over stages ranging from fast and flat to mountains and time trials. As the most famous endurance race in cycling, the stages inevitably travel across...
  • outdoor
    Why you should be heading to the Wainwrights
    10 May 2019
    Looking for some inspiration? We asked Salomon ambassador and self-proclaimed #InstagramSocialSecretary Nicola Hardy (@ Adventurer Nic ) why she loves the Wainwrights. What are the Wainwrights? The Wainwrights are a classification of fell in the Lake District . They are named after Alfred Wainwright , a fell walker and guidebook writer who...
  • outdoor
    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Föhn
    02 Apr 2019
    There are some moments in life that make you stop in your tracks. Where time stands still, and everything is perfect. It’s these moments that newly launched technical outdoor brand, Föhn loves to celebrate. Föhn make versatile, multi-sport kit for the adventurous, the opportunists and the trailblazers. Their clothing is rooted in technical...
  • outdoor
    Climb every mountain - an interview with adventurer Jo Bradshaw
    02 Apr 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    From sofa surfer to adventurer. We catch up with Osprey ambassador Jo Bradshaw about her achievements so far and why she loves the outdoors. Describe what you do for a living I’m an Outdoor Instructor and adventurer with public speaking thrown in for good measure too! Basically, I get to be outdoors most of the time, teaching DofE students...
  • Challenge
    YOU CAN: David Pearson
    28 Jan 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Fifty. For many of us, it's a milestone we'll want to remember. A holiday of a lifetime, a gathering of all of our family and friends, a dream purchase... With only three years left of his 40s, David Pearson came up with a more unusual way to mark the big five-o. Fifty challenges before fifty. David had always been active in his youth. He...
  • outdoor
    School night adventure
    14 Jan 2019
    Jenny Tough is an adventurer who loves fast and light expeditions and has run, trekked, cycled, skied, paddled, and sailed across every continent. It's not all about travel to far-flung places though. Even in London there could be a micro adventure just around the corner where you can disconnect from the pressures of the city as Jenny recently...
  • outdoor
    Stillness in the wind - Hiking in the Cairngorms
    14 Jan 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Jenny Tough is an adventurer who loves fast and light expeditions and has run, treked, cycled, skied, paddled, and sailed accross every continent. Jenny shares her experience of hiking in the beautiful Cairngorms...
  • outdoor
    What is so special about merino wool?
    12 Dec 2018
    We asked our friends at Icebreaker - renowned for their high performance New Zealand merino wool base layers and outdoor clothing – to tell us what’s so great about merino wool! The Merino is a mountain sheep that thrives in high mountain areas, such as the Southern Alps of New Zealand, roaming freely up to 7,000 feet. Merino sheep...

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