Ever come across an adventure term that just had you flummoxed? You and me both friend. Welcome to the Adventure Dictionary where all your adventure jargon needs are lovingly taken care of. Hiking Terminology Munro A Scottish mountain over 914m high so named after the man who first chartered them, Sir Hugh Munro. There are […]
Here you’ll find all the latest posts from my adventures on snow, up mountains and on water. Happy exploring.
“St. Anton is a drinking resort with a ski problem…” – Every bar in St. Anton The Slopes St. Anton is part of the Alberg area which is simply massive. There is over 305km of piste for you to enjoy as five of the key Alberg towns: St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Zurs and Lech […]
Wanting to discover some more one-day hikes near me, and most certainly inspired by the oh so fabulous Bill Bryson, I jumped on a train to Seaford to have a go at The Seven Sisters hike. The Seven Sisters are a group of (7!) chalk cliffs on the Sussex Heritage Coast. Each hill peak has […]
Which foods you take camping will largely depend on where you’re going and what cooking facilities will be available. You could be hiking across a mountain range changing sleeping spots every night in which case you’ll most likely be hovering over a light single cylinder stove to prepare your meals. On the other hand, you […]
I’ve done a day of surfing here and there but desperately wanted to improve so in Spring I booked myself into a surf camp in Portugal for a week in September to see whether anything could be done about my depleting skills. I ended up in Sagres which is simply divine; the sun shines, the […]
Often, whilst living or working in a city, there is a focus on getting your exercise through a gym membership or some kind of boot camp. Personally, I struggle with both of these options as I don’t really enjoy being in a gym and find the idea of boot camps a tad intimidating. I am fully […]