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Image for article The Birds and Saint Bees

The Birds and Saint Bees

22 August 2016

Mountain crags and seaside boulders.

Author: Henry Iddon

Image for article Arcteryx Alpine Academy 2016

Arcteryx Alpine Academy 2016

10 August 2016

Earlier in the year, we ran a competition for one lucky customer to experience the Arc'teryx Alpine Academy, that was Chris and here is his story.

Author: George Fisher

Image for article The highs and lows of being an alpine ski racer

The highs and lows of being an alpine ski racer

19 July 2016

There is a very fine margin between winning and losing in ski racing, so what is it really like to be a competitive ski racer?

Author: Francesca Lee

Image for article THE KITCHEN TABLE DESIGNERS

THE KITCHEN TABLE DESIGNERS

9 July 2016

Eagle Creek’s mission started with a broken rucksack

Author: George Fisher

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Understanding Icebreaker

7 July 2016

A journey from non-believer to Icebreaker convert.

Author: Mark Wright

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VERTICAL YORKSHIRE

24 June 2016

Our man in Chamonix, mountain guide MARK SEATON, finds the Dales curiously transplanted to the Alps

Author: Mark Seaton

Image for article TREKKING THE KUNGSLADEN

TREKKING THE KUNGSLADEN

24 June 2016

Crossing Sweden’s Arctic wilderness on a long-distance trail

Author: George Fisher

Image for article Walking Treat: Borrowdale Tea Bread

Walking Treat: Borrowdale Tea Bread

3 June 2016

When you are too far away from Keswick to make it into Abraham's Café, it is still good to have a treat in your pocket for those moments when your energy is sapping. One of the favourites on our walking breaks is ‘Borrowdale Tea Bread’.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

Image for article The ups and ups of cycling in the Lakes

The ups and ups of cycling in the Lakes

12 May 2016

A 70-mile circular road cycling route from Keswick took in a massive 7,500ft of ascent and some very steep climbs. But the challenge had many rewards.

Author: FionaOutdoors

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SCOTTISH LOVE

14 March 2016

Forget Braveheart. Forget the bagpipes. Forget the kilts. Forget the whiskey. Instead, think cycling on perfect single tracks, fantastic hospitality and fly-fishing for trout that know how to play hard to get.

Author: Haglöfs UK

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