REVIEW | SALOMON X ULTRA 2 GTX HIKING SHOES

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There are a wide range of reasons why you might choose a shoe over a boot, they are great for those who hike on low level trails, who want to move quickly along the trail, or who are looking for … Continued

OFF ROAD SKILLS LEVEL ONE | DAY TWO

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If you’ve not already, go here to read about day one. Thankfully, I woke up on Monday morning feeling good. As I turned over and got out of bed there weren’t too many audible groans related to aching muscles, and … Continued

BREAKING IN LEATHER HIKING BOOTS | BRASHER COUNTRY MASTER

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I often talk about boots that are comfortable “straight from the box”, that is, with little or no breaking in required. It’s something of an advantage of the lighter mesh and material boots – if you choose a traditional leather … Continued

ONE PAIR OF BOOTS FOR EVERY ACTIVITY | KEEN TERRADORA

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When you are heading out for a day outside, how do you choose what to put on your feet? When packing for a road trip for which you have limited room in your bag, how do you pick the sole … Continued

GRUFFALO HUNTING AT SHERWOOD PINES

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After my blog post about the Peter Rabbit trail at Langdon in Essex, quite a number of you got in touch to say I really must try The Gruffalo Trail if I can find one near me. Well I did. … Continued

MOUNTAIN BIKING IN THE FOREST OF DEAN

As soon as I mentioned that I was heading sown to the Forest of Dean for an activities weekend, two friends tweeted me to ask if I would be going mountain biking. The place is pretty famous for the sport, … Continued

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