Adversity at Altitude

Adversity at Altitude

Tselane is an emergency nurse and mountaineer. She is a ski instructor and school nurse in the Swiss alps during the winter. She works with hiking, mountaineering and ski clubs to help empower women from diverse backgrounds to reach their potential in mountain spaces.

Foods that grow in a surprising way

Foods that grow in a surprising way

There are many things that we eat and drink regularly, but have no idea where they come from or how they grow… Until now, that is! Let us open your mind, and possibly your mouth, with some common (yet somehow surprisingly strange) foods from around the world!

What do I need to travel to Italy?

What do I need to travel to Italy? So you want to travel to Italy. I don’t blame you, it’s a beautiful country. But in the current circumstances, you might be asking yourself how to visit Italy.  Read our guide to what you need to travel to Italy: Visas Do I need a...
Reaching My Peak

Reaching My Peak

Donnie Campbell is a professional ultra-marathon runner and endurance running coach. In December 2016 he took on Ramsay’s Round; a 24-hour challenge taking in 24 mountains covering 98 kilometres and requiring 8,500 metres of climbing.

Navigating the White Continent

Navigating the White Continent

Together, Ewan and Sophie bring a true passion for exploration and self-discovery. They work together and have tackled numerous adventures together in many corners of the globe, always a solid team in even the most demanding scenarios.

Synergy in Sweden

Synergy in Sweden

Helen Wikmar and Emma Wanberg are Swedish swimrunners. In 2018, they completed the Ötillö World Championship race, a punishing 75km route set among the Stockholm archipelago in the Baltic Sea. Teams compete in pairs, tethered together by rope.

Confronting the Cold Coast

Confronting the Cold Coast

Yorkshire-based photographer Chris Kendall has been surfing on the east coast of England since he was 12 years old. But with murky water, unreliable waves and freezing temperatures, the Cold Coast is no surfer’s paradise. Here’s why for Chris the torrid conditions are as much about endurance as enjoyment.

The Final Exam

The Final Exam

Lia Ditton is a 39-year-old licensed sea captain, yachtswoman and solo ocean rower from London. She has racked up over 150,000 miles on the sea and has taken part in the some of the most gruelling races on earth. She’s about to embark on her greatest challenge yet, rowing solo and unsupported across the Pacific Ocean.