Tag: Craghoppers

A Trip to Yorkshire with Beer 52

Beer52 saw a huge surge in popularity during the lockdowns in the last 12 months. A beer subscription service with a community of like-minded enthusiasts and newcomers to the craft beer trend. Born out of a passion for travel and craft beer, Beer52 seek to visit a different country every month and showcase microbreweries from that region. Now serving 190,000 subscribers they are a popular option for those looking to…

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Looking after your favourite footwear

So you have spent a lot of time picking out your perfect walking boots/shoes, it's an investment and you want to make sure they last a long time. Or you have a favorite pair that you are always out in all weathers and terrains, and they are looking like they need a pick me up. Then you need to know the best way to care for them like they care…

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5 Fun Family Days Out In Winter

Getting outside, being active and breathing in fresh air is vital for both your physical and mental health. And this isn’t just the case for adults – kids need plenty of quality time outdoors too! But as the dark nights draw in and the chill in the air intensifies, it’s easy to spend all day indoors. Running out of activity ideas with your kids? Discover our five fun family days…

The Pip Edit – Behind the Scenes with Pip Stewart

What REALLY happened behind the scenes on Craghoppers Autumn/Winter shoot As I quickly stripped off behind a bush on a chilly Autumn day I chuckled to myself. I was with some of the Craghoppers team (they weren’t with me behind the bush at the time) shooting for their new Autumn/Winter collection. I was tickled because if anyone had seen me at that precise moment, disheveled hair, bra clad, alone, numerous…

Adventure Weekend: Climbing Ladhar Bienn in Knoydart

By Martin Davies I have been climbing in the Scottish Highlands since I was a young boy. I was first introduced to the Scottish highlands by my Grandfather. He would take me North in his old beaten up Skoda, from Glasgow and we would camp out by a Loch. The following day we would and climb the nearest Mountain (Ben) and I would be told amazing stories of the history…

Kickstart March with a ‘spring’ in your step

As we leave winter behind (well, sort of) and enter into a new seasonal cycle, there’s a few things that ‘spring’ to mind... longer days, birdsong reaching its peak and the Spring sunshine bringing with it new growth, with buds and fresh crisp leaves bursting through the morning frost. Surely there’s no better time to get outside for a brisk countryside walk We catch up with Craghoppers Ambassador David Love…

Cape Town V Johannesburg: Where Should You Travel?

With so much to see and do, South Africa is an amazing place to visit. In fact, you’ll probably find that the biggest challenge is choosing where to stay. For most visitors to the country, the two main contenders are Johannesburg and Cape Town. Read on to discover where to visit in both of these spectacular destinations, and find some inspiration for things to see and do in the top…

Discovering: Amsterdam

Arriving in Jordaan, Amsterdam Following a lengthy discussion about where to go away on another city break (as an attempt to make the most of the Summer before it ended), we finally landed on the decision to go away to Amsterdam for a few days. Having looked at a few of the different neighbourhoods and districts, we decided to stay in the pretty area of Jordaan - Amsterdam's answer to…

Discovering: Majorca

Arriving in Majorca Majorca has always been a draw for our family - whether it is for its gorgeous beaches, breathtaking landscapes, fabulous restaurants or great weather – it is an island we come back to year after year. For my husband he would argue that it is for the fantastic cycling he can do in the mountains of the island. Every morning can be different, but the Cap de…

Discovering: Italy

Arriving in Tuscany, Italy I recently headed out to Tuscany with my girlfriend, flying to our first stop: Bologna. After picking up the Fiat 500 we took an hours drive to our first of five locations. Only staying for one night, we really enjoyed the Renaissance buildings, leaning towers, especially the Asinelli Tower, which we literally had to climb up, and the food was superb, as was the overall buzz…