Winter Wildcamping

Many people only consider camping out in the height of summer, when the UK brings it’s warm(er) evenings, clear(er) skies and a (slightly) reduced chance of rain. The majority of us are ‘fair-weather’ campers, mostly for fear of a miserable night being cold and wet. But it doesn’t have to …

Introduction to Climbing

Climbing is for everyone. And it will solve pretty much all of your problems. This is not a statement that I make lightly. I have climbed with blind people. I have climbed with those who have no lower limbs. I have climbed with toddlers, teenagers, pensioners, and everyone in between. …

Catching Up…

Long time no post! We are finally catching up with the world after our two week trip to Jordan at the end of April – so stay tuned for some updates from our most recent adventure abroad! Last weekend was spent in South Wales, catching up with old friends and …

Blackout Climbing

So our ‘local’ (i’m talking about climbing walls here, not pubs) had a blackout event last weekend that we got fully involved in. Throwing a load of disco lights, UV canons and a couple of DJs, oh a bar and a few sponsors too, into the climbing centre resulted in an …

Water

Water is one of the most amazing substances, and its somewhat ironic that us humans, up to 60% water, travel for miles to experience the calming effects of this mysterious liquid. We were extremely lucky to have have spent 4-5 years studying at Swansea University with the coast right on our doorstep, …