Walking full on into a headwind with spindrift blowing in your face at -20 c and below hurts. I’ve done it.
A scientific expedition is heading to Antarctica to study the Larsen C Ice Shelf – and explore the area where Endurance, Sir Ernest Shackleton’s famous ship was last seen.
Outdoor filmmaker Terry Abraham’s newest film is available to cinemas from Friday 13th April, and screens around the UK in a series of special events – with more to come.
I’m pleased to report that Phil and I successfully completed our expedition to cross Lake Baikal on March 18th. We walked into the town of Severobaikalsk, our finish point, having walked 634 km over 19 days.
I write and review scientific manuscripts as part of my day job, but up until 2017 the only thing I had published relating to the outdoors was a letter to Adventure Travel following a rock climbing fall in 2005.
An intimate and light hearted portrait of a world class mountaineer. Big on mountain scenery, and big on inspiration.
For those of you that follow me on social media, you will have seen that my plans to take a three man team to walk across Lake Baikal next spring have come undone a little.
Welcome to the very first episode of Cold Tales, the podcast featuring stories and interviews on cold adventures from polar guides, everyday adventurers, kit manufacturers and scientists.
This morning I was paid a visit by BBC Radio Leicester roving reporter Helen who had a few questions for me about our trip to Lake Baikal next March.
Following on from my previous post on an excerpt from Maurice Herzogs’ ‘Annapaurna’, I thought I would share with you another short but interesting musing, this time on the driving forces for going on adventures and how they are portrayed/sold.