Joining Mpora as an Associate Editor in 2015, Jack has been the title's Editor since November 2018. He likes getting outside, going for big walks, regularly revising the highest mountains in the world in case they come up in a Zoom quiz, doing the whole #microadventure thing in the green areas that surround London, and wild camping in a bivy bag as he finds putting up a tent "too much effort, to be honest." He also likes skiing (he went to Hokkaido in January 2020 and, well, he enjoyed himself let's put it like that), traveling to places he hasn't been before, and hauling his lanky frame up bouldering walls. He's also a big fan of nice-looking outdoorsy jackets, backpacks, and hiking boots, and contributes regularly to outdoor gear website Outdoors Magic.
Is this a teaser trailer for a new Free Willy film?
"I'm squirrel in the rain, just squirrel in the rain..."
Krump Up The Volume!
Tragedy in Idaho: Perrine Bridge claims another victim.
Watch: Swedish man frighten away charging bear.
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This man is one massive tosser.
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The New Zealand government wants YOU to design them a new national flag.
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Everybody’s gone surfin', surfin' Surf Lakes Brisbane.
We're in love...with a flying camera drone...called Lily.
This video of a cracker being brutally assassinated will make your day.
10 snaps from National Geographic's photo contest that are really, really, nice to look at.
Russian parkour dude feels "...like a bird..."
If you like adventure, and retro video games, you’ll love this.
There's a chance this bear's back story will make you livid with anger...
Visual artist Andreas Lie is, officially, one of our favourite Norwegians.
This, matter-of-inches, near miss gives a new meaning to the phrase "close call."
How many of these can you see?
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