The Spine Race, tracking north up through the Pennines – ‘the backbone of England’ covers 268 miles and lasts a week. Well, it used to. It’s still 268 miles, but it just got a lot quicker…
A really very remarkable lady
Rosie Swale-Pope has just finished a run from Brighton to Berlin. But, as she once ran right around the world, that’s perhaps not all that surprising…
Peter Hutchinson: carrying on in his name.
This has been mentioned elsewhere, but it’s an important story – perhaps the most important one we have – so we’ll mention it here too.
It goes OMM, and OMM, and OMM…
The Original Mountain Marathon: testing mountain mettle since the 60s. OK, it doesn’t always look this lovely, but don’t be put off giving it a go! One of our number has done just that, more than once.
Maybe you could too: you might be surprised…
Totting up the Differences
Why temperatures mean different things to different people, why it’s important, and why it needn’t be confusing.
The Superlight 400 or “Why we Love Sleeping Bags so Very Much”
We really like sleeping bags. Like, REALLY like them. Actually, that may not be all that surprising, but still: it seemed as well to explain a bit.
Ventile’s coming home
As we introduce our Ventile-shelled PHD Outwear collection, we thought we’d give you bit of a rundown on what makes Ventile so special.
A Very Human Race
Since ancient times, “The Silk Road” has been redolent of adventure…
Seems it still is, as it happens.
Check, Check and Check Again
How do we know our gear works in the places we say it will? The answer is as simple as you might think. We send it there.
Many Happy Returns!
Surprise birthday parties are a thing, obviously, but surprise birthdays? Not so much. We managed it though.