Angelsey Outdoors and Porth Dafarch beach

Angelsey Outdoors and Porth Dafarch beach

When we stayed at Anglesey Outdoors, we discovered Porth Dafarch beach which is just a 10 minute stroll away. Porth Dafarch cove and the blue flag beach itself is a crescent shaped coasteering capital of Anglesey, the place people go

Highlights of West Penwith

Highlights of West Penwith

BEST VIEWPOINT: Rosewall hill Just a mile or so outside the tourist honeypot of St Ives is – perhaps – one of the best viewpoints in West Penwith, Cornwall; one that few people know about or visit. If you head

The Duke of Edingburgh Award

The Duke of Edingburgh Award

I’ve been wearing this Duke of Edingburgh gold brooch after hearing of the death of Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edingburgh this week. The brooch belonged to my Mum who became the first girl in Warwickshire to achieve the award.

2020 update

2020 update

With regret  we’ve had to close our online clothing shop this year. We are still able to supply to those retailers who wish to continue to stock our celebratory designer T shirts, Hoodies and Sweatshirts. We will resume our  blog

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,

Reflections on Climbing Mont Blanc

Reflections on Climbing Mont Blanc

Climb it Range’s Jim Langley has just returned to the UK after climbing Mont Blanc. Below he describes the experience and gives a few tips and pointers to anyone considering this challenge.     I’ve spent the last two summer seasons working

Camping at Nicholaston Farm of the Gower Penninsula

Camping at Nicholaston Farm of  the Gower Penninsula

Camping at  Nicholaston Farm is a perfect way to discover the beauty and wonder of  the Gower Penninsula, that finger of land that sticks out into the Bristol Channel just south of Swansea, in south Wales. The Gower’s south coast is home to

Moel Siabod

Moel Siabod

Moel Siabod stands at  2,861 feet or  872 metres and  is the highest mountain in the Moelwynion range in Snowdonia. It is situated above Betws -y- Coed and Capel Curig and is close to the UK National Outdoor Activity Centre