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SOME PEOPLE LOVE 'EM. Some people hate 'em. Regardless though, of which side you swing in the pole debate, there's no denying the simple researched fact that th…

Trekking poles seem like (when viewed generally) a relatively simple piece of trekking gear. Their job brief is to offer support and comfort while you're luggin…

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I WAS SOAKED to the bone. The wind howled around me. The granite rock stretched forward into empty whiteness, and I gripped onto the wet, greyish rope that guid…

Finding a mid-sized backpack that offers both a reasonable weight and compact size - without sacrificing functionality - really isn't that easy. A lot of models…

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Ensure a successful walking trip each and every time by adopting these tried and tested tips from the experts. You have arrived at the campsite after the first…

Adventure

GRADUATING FROM DAY hikes to your first multi-day trekking adventure is hugely satisfying. You haven't truly immersed yourself in the great outdoors until you'v…

Destinations

What does it take to do the Himalayan Run and Trek, a 160.9km (100 mile) stage race along the India Nepal border? Pat Kinsella discovers the stunning scenery do…

Adventure

FOR 12 HOURS we’d walked into thinning air, climbing towards one of the highest and harshest points in Africa, the endless sprawl of the Ethiopian plains like a…

STEPPING ONTO THE TARMAC in Port Moresby, I register how underprepared I am at the precise moment the humidity envelops me. Only two days prior I had been sippi…

ATOP A DARK staircase, at the end of a dimly lit alleyway, a soft glow illuminates the warm evening air. It is warmer than expected, especially for a nation hom…

Destinations

IT’S AN AMAZING sight. I’m looking down on the Kibo summit of Mount Kilimanjaro from a Kenya Airways flight, en route from Nairobi to Kilimanjaro International…

Adventure

A fools climb, Mount Fuji, Japan. A climb up Mount Fuji prior to the start of the climbing season will ensure you beat the crowds, but it will present some seri…

Adventure

Team AG Outdoor relive the pain and excitement of the 2011 XPD World Champs in Tassie. AS I COLLAPSE INTO an old, sagging lounge chair at Port Villa's Internati…

Destinations

ATOP A DARK staircase, at the end of a dimly lit alleyway, a soft glow illuminates the warm evening air.  It is warmer than expected, especially for a nation ho…

Destinations

High-altitude trek leader Dan Slater discovers when leading clients through the remote Eastern Himalayas, the logistical obstacles are often harder to conquer t…