15 Tips for Stronger Uphills
Trail running guru Claire Maxted offers tips on how to make ascents more efficient and less painful. And here's the thing: they mostly work for walkers too!
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Mountain Rescue dog handler and first aid expert Helen Howe knows a thing or two about taking dogs up snowy hills. Here's she shares some hard-won advice.
Claire Maxted looks at the positive lessons any runner can take home from failing to finish a race
In this instructional film, Mountain Guide Peter Mason shows us how to haul a climbing partner from a crevasse.
There are some things about mountain navigation that only years of trial and error can teach you; here are a...
Summer weather on the hills can easily catch you out. We recently covered hydration, so now it's time to take...
In this instructional film, Mountain Guide Peter Mason shows us how to ascend a rope out of a crevasse.
In this instructional film, Mountain Guide Peter Mason shows us the simplest way of rescuing a partner who has...
Whether you're out for a jolly with a group of friends or immersed in the wild on a soulful solo trip, camping up in the hills far from civilisation is one of life's essential experiences. As outdoor activities go this one is refreshingly simple and takes no special...
Phoning for help in the mountains - we all hope we'll never need to, but if the worst happened would you know what to do? Mountain first aid expert Helen Howe talks us through the process.
Kath Wills is a member of the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team and a Recue Emergency Care (REC) first aid instructor. She runs Active First Aid in Snowdonia. Here, she advises what to put in a comprehensive general mountain first aid kit for a group of people...
Despite climbing winter routes all over the world, Hull's second best climber has never had the hotaches... In this article Andy Kirkpatrick shares his tips for staying warm and consequently staying alive!
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