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Our Top 5 Avalanche Avoidance Tools

Our Top 5 Avalanche Avoidance Tools

There are many tools available to help the winter mountaineer, walker or skier make an assessment as to the avalanche risk on their day out in the mountains. Here are our top 5 tools which every mountain lover should have available, understand and be able to utilise in order to STAY SAFER IN THE MOUNTAINS.

Friday 15th of December 2017

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8 reasons why the High Atlas and summiting Jebel Toubkal, Morocco should be on your 'mountain tick list'

8 reasons why the High Atlas and summiting Jebel Toubkal, Morocco should be on your 'mountain tick list'

Our Jebel Toubkal, Morocco trek is heading out of the door in May 2018. This trip is a perfect introduction to trekking at a medium altitude and for people with limited time available.

Friday 13th of October 2017

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REVIEW - Hydro Flask review and competition

REVIEW - Hydro Flask review and competition

We've been using Hydro Flask products for the past few months and love it for its simplicity, colour and style and overall performance. Read more about why they are not just 'another' water bottle or flask and then enter the competition to win one!

Saturday 19th of August 2017

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Preparing yourself for a trip to Mount Elbrus

Preparing yourself for a trip to Mount Elbrus

Just getting to the base of Mount Elbrus is a fascinating and unique experience. Before you even set foot on the mountain you will be having an adventure of a lifetime. To make visiting this area of Russia and ascending this peak as comfortable as possible, we have created a list of additional information and hints and tips to help prepare you.

Tuesday 4th of July 2017

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ELBRUS - The Measurement of Success

ELBRUS - The Measurement of Success

Summit attempts start the day or evening before when plans are made, you pack your bag and head for an early night tucked in warm comfortable sleeping bags. Lying there pretending to sleep as the brain runs through what could possibly happen the following day. Going over scenarios of what it will be like heading in to the unknown terrain not climbed through yet. Will you be strong enough? Will the body cope with extra altitude? Will the weather allow you to go up there at all? Will there be success?

Friday 30th of June 2017

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