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THE ANGLED CATWALK ended on the highest stage in Europe, the 4810m summit of Mont Blanc. A cloud sea stretched beneath my boots and the day could hardly be more…

Adventure

IT WAS ONLY day two of the expedition and the rigours of the trip were already beginning to tell; carrying our 30kg packs, containing all our gear and supplies…

SOME OF THE MOST memorable moments in life are the unexpected surprises that sneak up on you. You may have already been aware of them, but consigned them the ba…

Destinations

IT DIDN'T LOOK like The Red Centre. The track we were following in the Rangie Sport was covered in tall grass that nearly reached the window and stretched to th…

WE'D BEEN DEBATING about where to go during the summer holidays, considering a road trip through the US, a beach holiday in Samoa and backpacking in Belize, bef…

THE FIRST THING we spot is the steam, drifting in pale swirls off the rocky green mountainside. It’s a heart-lifting sight. At the foot of the mountain is an op…

BEYUL, OR HIDDEN valleys, are believed to be pockets of paradise in remote parts of the Himalayas. Legend has it that these are places of peace and refuge from…

A VALLEY OF green pastoral lands rolled away to our left, where we had parked the car about 7km outside the village of Berry, NSW, and set off on foot into shad…

ANY OUTDOOR ADVENTURER who’s laid eyes on a colourful and informative Hema map will no doubt appreciate the work that has gone into its creation. After all, a H…

Destinations

JUST AROUND THE corner from the famed Milford Sound, the Hollyford Track is the lesser-known hidden gem of New Zealand’s Fiordland. It’s also chance to get into…

Day one: Take one IT WAS ABOUT four o’clock in the afternoon when we reached Wombat Creek Campground, 10km from where we’d parked the car and set off just befor…

CANYONING INVOLVES FOLLOWING a free-flowing river through gorges, waterfalls, caves, canyons and whatever else arises from nature. In order to do this you’ll be…

I’M DEADSET FOND of activity trackers – they’re great for motivating you to move (especially if you’re competing against friends and family), for keeping a log…

THE ONE BIKE quiver is dead. Well, it never existed. Never could either, except in the minds of bike manufacturers’ marketing departments, who’ve tried over the…

1. Trekking: The Thorsborne Trail VIDEO: Footage by Drew Hopper | Editing by Alex Palmer Hinchinbrook Island sits 8km off Queensland’s Cardwell coast (the sm…