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Martin Rye
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Top 3 days backpacking in the Peak District. 
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Clifford Pellow describes shocking acts of cruelty he witnessed during his years as a huntsman
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They did it as they hunted one fox with 30 + hounds to tear a fox to bits for their own self gratification.  It's not hunting.  Its barbaric and needs to kept banned.   
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The Lairig Ghru (Gaelic Làirig Dhrù) is the most famous mountain pass in Scotland. Its 500 meter deep trench cuts between the second and third highest mountains in the United Kingdom. The pass makes for a long day walk, or one of the finest two days backpacking trips to be had in Scotland.
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Cracking! More please now you have wet our appetites! 
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http://gearjunkie.com/race-down-999-steps  watch this and the last jump is insane.  
Mountain Bikers race down an insane stairway course in China. The crash at 1:48 hurts to watch.
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Bonkers. Total brain cell count : 2
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Daytripping the Monadhliath
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The signs weren't good but I couldn't help feeling good. I was hurtling north through clag and drizzle on the A9, early on Saturday morning.

D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past...
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As the world marks 70 years since the launch of a mission which ultimately led to victory over Nazi Germany during World War Two, these powe

alan sloman's big walk: Some happy April music from The Puppeteers.
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In March 2007, in memory of my father, Jeff Sloman, I walked alone from Land's End and four months later arrived at John O'Groats: A LEJOG o

Trail Tested
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While in the USA this summer I got to read Trail Tested by Justin Lichter. I will be to the point - I like this book. Justin is a long dista

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El Sendero Luminoso (that's a big rockface)
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I know very little about climbing (zero to be honest). I know you use your hands and feet to climb up rock faces, ropes help you keep safe a

Mt Washington and Mt Adams
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The mist was down on top; it did not deter large numbers of people trying for the summit. Then the sound of cars and bikes disturbed what un

Off path in Scotland:
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Philip Werner has an interesting post on planning his TGO 2010 Challenge walk. A lot of the walking he does is on good trails and the Challe

Guest Post Andrew Mazibrada:
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Andrew Mazibrada writes the excellent Journeyman traveller. It is a pleasure to have him write a guest blog here. My thanks to him. The post

Barefoot Jake: Walking through the Seasons: Lots of Ice
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Looking toward Five Fingers (no pun) and West Peak (center & right) as a pair of roped up skiers traverse the mountain. It was a warm day on

Happy new year and stuff
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The blog has been on hold - well to honest it's not getting updated as I'm stacked with work and family commitments. But happy new year. But

In search of Bloggers:
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Lakes November 2010. Photos here best in slide show Mike was late by my clock but not too late that we did not have time for a quick pint an

Chris Townsend Outdoors: Wild Camping in Glen Feshie clip from The Cairn...
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Welcome to my blog. I'm an outdoor writer and photographer with a passion for wilderness and mountains. Use the links above to find out more

Gear Talk Brunton Ember review
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The email said Brunton were sending me and others the EMBER today, and they wanted my views on this little solar-powered charger. The next d

Aviemore to Blair Atholl route 3
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Trip report Cairngorms August 2013 Photos HERE see them full size on Google + The hottest day of the year brought its own challenges. The tr

t e r r y b n d: A pictorial guide: Recent Lakeland romp
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As the title says, here's a selection of photos from my recent Lakeland visit. Highlights included a bivouac atop Scafell Pike during the cu

In the spotlight Terrybnd - The Cairngorms in winter with Chris Townsend
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Let's face it: any backpacker should know about Chris Townsend. British backpacker, inspirer of a generation of backpackers. Chris has plann

Shelf Moor
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My wife had bid for some items from eBay. They needed picking up, and as they were near the Peak District National Park I turned out to get