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The Environment

COP26 | Scotland And The Climate Emergency

Lauren MacCallum from Protect Our Winters UK rallies the troops ahead of COP26

Why The UN Climate Negotiations In Glasgow Matter, And Why We Need To Show Up
Walking, Hiking & Trail Running

Finlay Wild Interview | The Record Smashing Runner

Last year, Finlay Wild ran the Ramsay Round in an astonishing 14 hours 42 minutes and 40 seconds

An Interview With Finlay Wild | The Record Smashing Scotsman
Walking, Hiking & Trail Running

Spirited Steps | Walking The Speyside Way

After the year we've just had, we could probably all do with a big walk and a glass of whisky

Spirited Steps | A Scotch-Fuelled Journey On The Speyside Way
Walking, Hiking & Trail Running

Knoydart | The Pull of a Remote Pub

How far would you walk for a pint? Knoydart is home to the UK's most remote pub

Knoydart and The Old Forge | The UK's Most Remote Pub and How To Get There
Adventure Cycling & Cycle Touring

The John Muir Way | Cycling Coast To Coast

Last summer, Stuart Kenny set out on his bike to connect with the sights and sounds of the Lowlands

John Muir Way | Cycling Coast To Coast Across Scotland
Travel

Fort William FC | Fearless Men of the Mountains

Why Scotland’s “worst football team” are so much more than a punchline

Fort William FC | Fearless Men of the Mountains
The Environment

Lockdown & Lynx | Rewilding In The Highlands

Trees for Life spent lockdown in a wild forest restoring native woodland to the Scottish uplands

Lockdown and Lynx | Rewilding In The Scottish Highlands
Gear

Polartec | How They Changed The Game

A deep dive on some of Polartec's most revolutionary moments in outdoor clothing

Polartec | The History Of An Outdoor Brand That Changed The Game
Snowboarding

In His Own Words | Xavier De Le Rue On The Day Everything Changed

Last week, the legendary freeride snowboarder saw his friend die in an avalanche. He talks us through it, and the dangers of powder fever

In His Own Words | Xavier De Le Rue On The Day Everything Changed
Skiing

Letting It Slide | Why The Avalanche Statistics Are So Concerning

We take a look at some of the factors leading to the disproportionate rise in avalanche activity this winter

Letting It Slide | Why This Season’s Avalanche Statistics Have Been So Concerning
Mountain Biking

Champery | Revisiting Danny Hart's 2011 Ride

We travel back in time to a wet and wild day of legendary mountain biking in Valais

Champery 2011 | Revisiting Danny Hart's Iconic World Championship Winning Run
The Environment

The Case For Plastic? | Don't Believe The Propaganda

Online retailer becomes 99% plastic free and takes a stand against those championing plastics

The Case For Plastic? | Why You Shouldn't Swallow The Propaganda
Skiing

Tanner Hall | Interview With An Icon

“At this point man, there’s no regrets”

Tanner Hall | Interview With An Icon
Rock Climbing, Abseiling & Canyoning

Clmbxr | Interview With Rotimi Odukoya

“I never started this to be a thing. I never started this to be a movement”

Clmbxr | Interview With The London Climbing Group Founder Rotimi Odukoya
Adventure Cycling & Cycle Touring

Retracing Our Routes | Riding The Hebridean Way

Nine years after first riding it, Pete Coombs and his family return to the Outer Hebrides

Retracing Routes | Riding The Hebridean Way
Walking, Hiking & Trail Running

This Is America | Dudley Edmondson Interview

How Trump's divisive rhetoric as president has changed the feeling on the ground in America's outdoor spaces

This Is America | An Interview With Writer And Photographer Dudley Edmondson
Rock Climbing, Abseiling & Canyoning

Pabbay | Sea Cliff Climbing On Remote Scottish Island

This short film about a crew of climbers in the Outer Hebrides is sure to inspire you

Pabbay Climbers and the Boy James | Sea Cliff Climbing On A Remote Scottish Island
Multi Sport

Race And The Outdoors | Why We Can't 'Stay In Our Lane'

The outdoor community can either be part of the problem or part of the solution

Why We Won't Be 'Staying In Our Lane' When It Comes To Race And The Outdoors
Travel

British Exploring Society | Making Adventure Open To All

With lower income families frequently left out of the outdoors, Amina Smith-Gul tells us how she used the British Exploring Society to get into adventure...

The British Exploring Society | How The BES Is Helping To Make Adventure Open To All
Multi Sport

Skin Deep | Does The Outdoors Have A Race Problem?

It's time for the outdoors to rethink its strategy when it comes to ethnic minorities

Skin Deep | Why The Outdoors Has A Race Problem And How It Can Be Fixed
Rock Climbing, Abseiling & Canyoning

Climbing Blind | An Interview With Jesse Dufton

The UK’s top blind adventure climber on how the Old Man of Hoy is easier than making a cup of tea…

Climbing Blind | An Interview With Jesse Dufton
Snowboarding

Ski Touring on Svalbard | The Magnetic Pull of the North

Following in the footsteps of legendary polar explorer Roald Amundsen, Tristan Kennedy heads to Svalbard

Ski Touring on Svalbard | The Magnetic Pull of the North
Skiing

Hokkaido Heaven | How a "Bad" Winter Proves It's The Best

Despite lower than average snow depth, our Hokkaido ski trip was still one for the ages

Hokkaido Heaven | How a "Bad" Winter Proves It's The Best Place On Earth To Go Skiing
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