Interview with Vix Harris; Walking Jordan Solo

Interview with Vix Harris; Walking Jordan Solo

Long time server of NGO's, Vix Harris, decided to take on an adventure to raise money for a charity close to her heart, Doctors Without Borders. Earlier this year she hiked the Jordan Trail - one of only a handful of people in the world who have done the whole trail....

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Coaching Tips for Adventure Planning

Coaching Tips for Adventure Planning

At an “adventure talk” in London a few years ago, a friend of a friend asked me what kind of adventures I undertake.  I was somewhat taken aback at the question; I have always considered myself to have a sense of adventure but I couldn’t think of anything that I had...

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Running the South West Coast – the Test Run

Running the South West Coast – the Test Run

Back in March the lovely folks here at Love Her Wild put me in touch with my mentor, Elise Downing, and made my plan of running the South West Coast Path next year official. Since then I’ve been beavering away planning and preparing for the challenge to come. Having...

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12 UK Weekend Adventure Ideas

12 UK Weekend Adventure Ideas

#1 Cycling The Way of the Roses Days: 3 days but you could go for longer if you want to spend more time exploring the area. Note excludes travel time but any additional time for travel to the start and finish will depend on where you’re based Costs involved: * train...

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From Heartache to Adventure Part 3

From Heartache to Adventure Part 3

Read part 1 of Heartache to Adventure here and part 2 here. A New Life in Malaysia Having to pack all of your belongings into two suitcases and one backpack is not the easiest of things to do, despite my usual techniques of shoving, swearing and sitting on everything...

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From Heartache to Adventure Part 2

From Heartache to Adventure Part 2

Read part 1 of Heartache to Adventure here I Didn't See That Coming The cost of a wedding dress, flowers and fancy napkins bought me 2 months in India.  Having ancestral routes from Goa on my great Grandmother’s side, it was a country that had always fascinated me. ...

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Emma Clayton with 18 Trail Running Tips for Beginners

Emma Clayton with 18 Trail Running Tips for Beginners

Emma is currently based in Leeds and works as a full time primary school PE coach in Bradford. She started running at the age of 12 and soon after started competing on the fells.  She finished 3rd in the WMRA European Grand Prix Series and represented Team GB at the...

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Knowing When to Give Up When It All Goes Wrong

Knowing When to Give Up When It All Goes Wrong

Its a timely reminder that exploring the outdoors is dangerous. By pursuing our love of the great outdoors we accept that the many benefits we experience come hand in hand with risk. What would happen if..... One question I often ask myself, both at work and on...

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Interview with Lucy Shepherd; Hiking the GR20

Interview with Lucy Shepherd; Hiking the GR20

24 year old Lucy Shepherd is no stranger to adventure. She has explored the Arctic, the Andes and the Amazon and has captained a team in one of the world's toughest and most remote races in Patagonia. She has hiked the GR20 and took part in a solo 500-mile trek across...

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