Two guides, one glacier, no spraydecks. An expedition to kayak the edge of the ice sheet.
Going Solo in the Patagonian frontier by kayak in an attempt to paddled a lake unknown to be paddled before.
A canoe and hillwalking adventure around Inverpollaidh for Wilderness Scotland.
Tracing a 60km route between colossal glaciers and turquoise lakes the W-circuit takes it name from the shape of it’s route. The popular, well-marked trail leads through the Torres del Paine national park, A UNESCO world Biosphere reserve named after the formidable granite range which dominates the region. It is recommended to plan 4-5 days to tackle the hike with days ranging from 5-10 hours dependent on fitness & ability. The challenge in the route is brought through Patagonia’s notoriously harsh and unpredictable weather.
@WillCopestake: #50RulesOfCamping Rules that govern our tiny mosquito like fly. so annoying even the army uses ‘skin-so-soft’ perfume to repel them. Known in the US & Canada as ‘No-See-ums’ and in Gaelic as “Feckin’ Blighters” No matter… Read More
The North Coast Sponsored by Pippa And Allistair Stark Waking to the dull clunks of footsteps clattering down the stairs of Kervaig Bothy I listened intently behind the warmth of my sleeping bag; a distant rush of surf… Read More
Return to the Skye Cullins Kindly sponsored by Klaas van der Veen The Skiff racing was over; we had danced the last dance and finished the last dram, the celebrations were over and it was time to return to my expedition. The sad… Read More
The Skiff Rowing World Championships Kindly sponsored by Josh Talbot Safely home to Ullapool from the border what better way to celebrate than by swapping paddles for an oar to spend a few days rowing! The village was abuzz… Read More
King of the Swing This blog is sponsored by Niall and Finn McCann without whom this entire adventure wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks for a great weekend guys! Make sure to check out their websites by clicking on… Read More