Snowdrops in Winter. February 1st. The New Forest National Park.
Do something amazing in 2014. Make this the year you turn dreams into reality. Believe you can and you are halfway there.
This is an incredible winter view from the Carneddau overlooking the Glyders and Snowdon in North Wales. Llyn Geirionydd in the Gwydyr forest in North Wales is a popular spot for water sports in the summer. In winter this valley offers a
Who needs the great outdoors when you can do all your hill climbing inside? Yes that’s right. At our local gym you can substitute the wonders of the great outdoors for the cramped and sweaty indoors, marking your fitness progress
Climb it Range’s very own Jim Langley is featured on CBBC’s Hero Squad on 5.30 pm this Wednesday 13 November, training young cadets in Mountain Rescue. Below he explains how he got involved with the team and why he
Let’s be clear. The three peaks is a great event. Tackling Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and then Snowdon is a challenge for anyone, especially if your target is to complete the feat within 24 hours. It offers excitement, endurance
Worried about fair trade? We recently talked to a UK supplier of T Shirts, hoodies and other garments and asked him whether his Leicester based factory had all the necessary fair trade certification. This is a common question we ask
At Climb it Range we love the outdoors and celebrate everyone and anyone who enjoys getting out there, and discovering the beauty, simplicity and sheer fun of climbing hills and mountains. We are not political creatures – we embrace everyone
There’s more to Oxo than gravy granules and chicken stock….. The Oxo Tower on London’s South Bank is hosting an amazing exhibition of prints of original photos taken on Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s first successful summit of Mount
The chances are, you’ll never need them. But should you have an accident in the mountains, there’s a network of organisations out there ready to help you. There’s the Mountain Rescue, staffed by dedicated volunteers (and Climb it Range’s very