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Adventure - Okhane



Looking at taking a trip out for the day then you probably need a bag. Let’s call it a day bag, for obvious reasons. But what should you look to take with you? This is short list of personal preferences I would look to pack on any trip. Every adventure will come with its own […]

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What To Carry In The Hills This Winter - Part 2

Looking at taking a trip out for the day then you probably need a bag. Let’s call it a day bag, for obvious reasons. But what should you look to take with you? This is a short list of personal preferences I would look to pack on any trip. This is the second part of […]

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What to wear on the hills this winter

“There is no such thing as bad weather, just unsuitable clothing” - Alfred Wainwright, Legend. This is not a fashion guide. Anyone that knows me will tell you I’m as fashionable as a pair of crocks in a cocktail bar (Side note, I do NOT own a pair of crocks, despite my lack of fashion […]

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Wild Atlantic Way - Part Six

Day 6: 78 Miles We went passed our first tomb within the first couple of miles from the hostel. The ancient people certainly seemed to manage to put their monuments in places with a stunning view. We then went passed Skelligs Chocolate factory, and I managed to cycle passed without going in, I was scared […]

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Bucket List Challenges - The Appalachian Trail

The trail is waiting …. 2,190 Miles, 14 States, 464,500 Gain/Loss of Elevation The Appalachian Trail is the longest hiking-only footpath in the world, ranging from Maine to Georgia. This video is the story of Trail Angel, Paul Stiffler. Visit the website for more information - http://www.appalachiantrail.org

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Wild Atlantic Way - Part Five

Day 5: 48 miles We were glad this was a shorter day as it was a rather soggy day out on the road. It didn’t take us long to notice that we were now on the ring of Kerry route and that it was indeed a tourist attraction as there were a lot of coaches […]

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Inspirational People - Eduardo Garcia

We recently discovered Eduardo’s story. Eduardo suffered horrific life-changing injuries after a freak accident while hiking in the remote backcountry of Montana. This is a beautiful story of survival and love. When you have a moment, please watch the film “Charged The Eduardo Garcia Story”.

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Wild Atlantic Way - Part Four

Day 4: 74 miles While today continued to be stunningly beautiful, as all the coast of Ireland had been so far, it had a very different feel with a lot more mountainous looking views. We had an amazing breakfast from the Waterland’s Retreat and certainly made it feel like they couldn’t do enough for us. […]

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Wild Atlantic Way - Part Three

Day 3: 75 Miles Chris from Russagh Mill had been pretty insistent that we would want to go and see Lough Hyne (Lough is pronounced like the Scottish Loch) before we left Skibbereen. This was one of the optional routes on the trail but would involve us cycling out and back along the same road. […]

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What is an Adventure Race?

The word adventure has never been far from popular culture and has long since conjured up tales of intrigue, danger and romance.  But what does it mean to you?  The Oxford Dictionary tells us that whether used as a verb or as a noun, it manages to signify a certain degree of risk and danger. […]

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Wild Atlantic Way - Part Two

Day 2: about 50 miles (for a person who normally works in miles all the road signs were in km, the person who had done the directions were in km’s, and I just went with I’ll peddle and get there when I get there). There were a lot of hills along the route, and I […]

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The Wild Atlantic Way - Part 1

This is a wonderful piece written by Beth Goodlad. It tells of her adventure, cycling along some of the Wild Atlantic Way. This gorgeous story has been separated into eight pieces, representing each of her eight days. The Wild Atlantic Way is 1600 miles (2600 km) in length and is one of the longest defined […]

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