#THISISMYADVENTURE - Jaimi Wilson on Cycling Around the World
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Olivia Wood,
Nearly sixty thousand kilometres, five continents, fourty-three countries and roughly one hundred flat tyres later...
Jaimi Wilson spent over three years cycling around the world. Now back home in Penrith, Cumbria, we caught up with her to find out more about this incredible adventure.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - James Forrest, Ireland Completed
We hear from the latest addition to our ambassador team, Oliva, about her upcoming expedition to climb Mera Peak in the Himalayas - a staggering 6,476 metres high.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Sian Maycock, Ninja Warrior
We bring you the story of James Forrest, who challenged himself to climb all of Irelands 273 mountains earlier this year. He did it in record break time, too!
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Jess Grzybowski, Climbing Higher
We talk to Ninja Warrior contestant and Urban Ninja record holder Sian Maycock about her successful transition from climbing into this high octane sport.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Jenna Bewsher, Nine Months in Europe
Climbing and and bouldering have seen a huge boost in popularity in recent years and this continues to escalate rapidly. We’ve been speaking to Jessica Grzybowski to find out more about her first year in the sport and the positive impact it’s had on her life whilst finding out how accessible the sport is and picking up some training tips.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Laura Doling, from Essex to the Lake District
From the snow covered Arctic Circle to the sunny Mediterranean Coast and everything in between, Jenna Bewsher and her boyfriend spent an incredible nine months travelling across Europe! Now back home in Chester, we caught up with this British travel blogger for a Q&A session to find out more about this epic trip.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Ben James, Svalbard; Coast to Coast via the Top.
In the latest addition to our #thisismyadventure series we catch up with Laura Doling, who recently made her dream move to the Lake District a reality.
#THISISMYADVENTURE - Ceri Norton, Helvellyn Triathlon
Adventurer Ben James is back with another epic! This time he recounts his expedition across the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard - coast to coast via it’s highest peak, Newtontoppen (1,713m).
Described as one of the toughest triathlons in the world, the Helvellyn Triathlon is no easy undertaking as competitors swim, cycle and run a total of almost 50 miles. We’ve been speaking to competitor, Ceri Norton, to find out more about what’s it’s like to be involved and what it takes to enter.