Walking Hadrian’s Wall – the What, How and Why by Christian James

Start: Bowness-on-Solway. 9.30am, Monday 14th June 2021 Finish: Wallsend, Newcastle. 2pm, Friday 18th June 2021 Distance: 84 miles Approach: 5 days, carrying kit, staying in pubs/B&B/hotels   Route: Day 1: Bowness-on-Solway to Brampton (Got taxi from start into Carlisle as we only had 4 ½ days, then walked to The Howard Arms) Day 2: Brampton […]

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What Are The Best Things To Do In Edinburgh

Are you looking for the best things to do in Edinburgh? Whether you’re visiting for a long weekend, a week-long staycation or a quick day trip, the possibilities are endless. Our guide covers it all – from where to eat in Edinburgh to where to go shopping in Edinburgh. Check out our recommendations below and […]

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Hiker using walking poles

Why Use Walking Poles?

Are you a fan of a weekend walk? Without doubt, you’ll have seen hikers making their way along the trail with a pair of trekking sticks. But why use walking poles? Come rain, shine or snow, a hiking pole is the ideal travel companion for any outdoor adventure. Discover the benefits of using walking poles […]

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SUPPORTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF YOUNG ADVENTURERS

In February 2022 – COVID permitting – at least 10 young people and Adventurers Dwayne Fields and Phoebe Smith will embark on an expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula by expedition ship and Craghoppers will be part of it. The aims? To take a group of underprivileged, 16-18-year-olds on a trip of a lifetime. To encourage […]

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Adventure Together with Get Out with the Kids

With COVID-19 Lockdown restrictions eased and a forecast for decent weather, we excitedly headed off for a mini-adventure weekend in Wales with the caravan. Our destination was Glanllyn campsite, a large site on the shores of Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala), the largest natural lake in Wales. With restrictions and guidelines still in place, the campsite […]

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Connie Allen – Film and Documentary suggestions on the Key Environmental Issues of our Time

Last month, Craghoppers revealed its “Mindfully made collection”, a line committed to responsible, sustainable sourcing of materials, responsible incorporation of social impact programmes, and environmental and conservation initiatives. In celebration of this launch, I thought I would put together a collaborative list of the best films and documentaries on the topics Craghoppers cares so strongly […]

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