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It's 100 years since John Muir died, and tomorrow sees the opening of the newly extended John Muir Way, a trail that now crosses Scotland. Ronald Turnbull examines Muir's wild land legacy. [ full article ]

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thumb Last spring British climber and skier Tom Grant and friends made the second descent of the Sentinelle Rouge Couloir on the Brenva... [ full article ]

thumb An antique axe believed to have belonged to George Mallory sold today at auction for a six figure sum. Alex Roddie explains why... [ full article ]

thumb In May 2013 Will Copestake set off on an epic journey. First he circled the whole Scottish coastline by sea kayak, then he... [ full article ]


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