Adventure Travel

The Irish Munros

The Irish MunrosIn 1891, Sir Hugh Munro published a list of Scottish peaks that were over 3,000 feet. Over time, any peak or summit over 3,000 feet in Britain and Ireland came to be known as a Munro and additional lists were published showing the Munros in England,... read more

Top 5 trekking tips for women

So you’re planning your dream trip to Kilimanjaro, or perhaps Everest Base Camp. You’re forensically researching gear and training like a boss, but did you know that us ladies have some extra things to consider on our adventures? As a seasoned adventure traveller and... read more

Hiking tips for Ireland

Looking to get out and active now that the weather is warming up? Here are some of our hiking tips for Ireland to set you up for success. How To Pick Your Route The best way to start your walk is by deciding where to go! If you’re heading out to nearby mountains,... read more

Training tips for trekking

Taking on one of our trekking challenges? Avoid the pain of blisters and sore legs with our training tips designed to make you a better trekker! Treks can vary enormously in terms of daily distances, ascent, descent and altitude, but all require specific preparation... read more

Safety on the hills

Hill walking encapsulates the ideology that you should be independent and able to look after yourself. So here are a few tips about staying safe and independent while you enjoy the outdoors. Be prepared The more time you spend in the mountains, the more you’ll realise... read more

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