2020 update

2020 update

Unfortunately we’ve had to close our online clothing shop this year. We are still able to supply to those retailers who wish to stock our celebratory designer T shirts, Hoodies and Sweatshirts. We hope to  continue with blog posts once

Travelling to the Alps?… here’s something to add to your kit list.

Travelling to the Alps?… here’s something to add to your kit list.

There’s a brilliant new book out packed full of information about the Alps. The book covers both the ecology and geology of Europe’s most famous mountain range, as well as offering well researched walking guides. Written jointly by Climb it

The Langdale Horseshoe from the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Lake District

The Langdale Horseshoe from the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Lake District

  The Langdale Horseshoe is a  superb circular walk from the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel taking in the Langdale Pikes, Bowfell and the Crinkle Crags. Approximately 12 miles … It’s quite challenging and it took us about 8 hours. At the

A circular walk from Bainbridge to Semer Water, Wensleydale.

A circular walk from Bainbridge to Semer Water, Wensleydale.

A varied five mile walk with spectacular views of Wensleydale and Ryedale taking in Hawes End, Countersett and Semer Water. Bainbridge was once a major Roman dwelling and fort. Today it’s pretty as a picture, and lies four miles east

Hawes to Aysgill Force Waterfalls, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire

Hawes to Aysgill Force Waterfalls, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire

A varied circular walk from the centre of Hawes to the spectacular Aysgill Force waterfalls. Approximately 4 miles long. Take the wide cobbled pathway that starts directly opposite the White Hart pub in the centre of Hawes. This will take

Who’s up for SUP?

Who’s up for SUP?

Who’s up for SUP? “What is SUP?”, I can hear you thinking. Well, if you imagine a cross between a surfboard and a canoe, then you’ll be close.   SUP stands for Stand Up Paddleboarding, and it’s increasing in popularity

What makes a great campsite?

What makes a great campsite?

We’ve done a fair bit of camping in all sorts of different campsites. Below, we try to put our finger on what makes a great campsite (and what doesn’t)… Location –   Like with any accommodation, location is key… be it

Cycling the Camel Trail – Padstow- Bodmin

Cycling the Camel Trail – Padstow- Bodmin

Holidaying in Cornwall isn’t just about relaxing on the beach and eating ice creams. The seventeen mile Camel Trail  in north Cornwall is one of the UK’s finest off-road cycling tracks, giving you the opportunity to explore the breath-taking scenery

Climbing Kilimanjaro following the Machame Route.

Climbing Kilimanjaro following the Machame Route.

Climb it Range’s Jim Langley recently led a group of teenage school children up Africa’s most famous peak, following the seven day Machame Route.  Below he describes the experience. There are several ways to climb Kilimanjaro.  Whichever way you choose,

Ashbourne to Hartington and back along the Tissington Trail … Peak District cycling at its best. 11 miles each way.

Ashbourne to Hartington and back along the Tissington Trail … Peak District cycling at its best. 11 miles each way.

Ashbourne to Hartington and back along the Tissington Trail… Peak District cycling at its best. 11 miles each way. The idea of cycling across the wonderfully beautiful white peaks in the southern Peak District is very appealing. It gives you