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Gone Climbing

by Steve Holmes October 06, 2016

‘As the last piece of equipment is squeezed into my haul bag I have been reflecting on a busy summer and what lies ahead for the remainder of the year. Tomorrow I depart for The Picos de Europa; a somewhat forgotten area of Spain, located just 20km from the North coast it boasts huge Limestone walls and mountains over 2600m … Continue reading
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Change Is The Most Natural Thing In The World

by Elaine Abonal September 12, 2016

It’s funny how we are told that people are naturally resistant to change, whereas the most natural thing in the world IS change. These past few months have all been about change for me and although in my brain I know it, my heart doesn’t seem to be ready. Until now, where I have taken a break and have been … Continue reading
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From Trail Running to Paddle Boarding

by Sarah Morton August 22, 2016

    As ever, I’m not sure where the past while has gone – summer definitely seems to have disappeared in the blink of an eye! I started off the trail running season on a really positive note and was ready, and very excited, to get my first ultra-race of the year ticked off nice and early in April. But, … Continue reading
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Parachute

by Callum Stewart August 02, 2016

The last few months have been very fun. At the start of July I released my first new music in a year and a half and it’s gone down better than I ever could have expected. The single is called ‘Parachute’ and we went to Iceland to film the video which was a lot of fun. Massive thanks to Breo for … Continue reading
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Work:Play

by Steve Holmes July 18, 2016

After a slow start to Spring the Highlands of Scotland had a long period of dry and unseasonably hot weather. For the best part of a month the North West was the warmest place in the United Kingdom, which in turn meant a busy period of work on Skye’s infamous Cuillin Ridge. I was thankful my clients had great weather … Continue reading
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Spring Snows

by Steve Holmes May 03, 2016

During a severe thaw a couple of weeks ago I thought winter had sung its last song. Ice axes, winter boots and heavy waterproof clothing had been sent off for repairs, the climbing wall had been frequented and the Spring diet had replaced my ‘see it; eat it attitude’ that we all manage to adopt throughout the colder months. However, … Continue reading
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