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DaveAdams

DaveAdams

  • Member since 21 December 2014 09:33
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Theedgeoftheledge

GENERAL FORUM

What No Alan

Just spent some time on a site supposedly devoted to everything there is to know about 8,000m peaks but upon checking the extensive ascent lists there is no mention of Alan Hinkes ascending any of the 14 never mind all of them.

Have sent a blistering email and will await the answer with intrest.

Stay safe out there

bevd

bevd

  • Member since 19 December 2014 19:32
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Rachel1979

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Inov8 Mudclaw 265 %XA369.95!!

 Found these inov8s the other day at High Sports great price down from 95 quid to £69.95!!

http://www.highsports.co.uk/ 

 

Rachel1979

Rachel1979

  • Member since 19 December 2014 12:08
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Awhitehouse

Awhitehouse

  • Member since 18 December 2014 19:33
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RobinCloke

RobinCloke

  • Member since 18 December 2014 18:29
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MABB

MABB

  • Member since 18 December 2014 11:12
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BenWeeks

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Regulation of mountain guides

Regulation of mountain guides A Scottish sheriff has called for better regulation of mountain guide businesses during an inquiry into the death of Graham Paterson on the Skye Cuillin in 2012.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-30483342

Is this a good idea? re guides already regulated enough? Tell us what you think.

olireed

TRAIL MAGAZINE GEAR BLOG

Harvey British Mountain Maps, Lake District (%XA314.95)

My favourite thing about this map? It covers the entire Lake District and has the Wainwright fells marked in a thick blue typeface, making it an absolute dream for peak-baggers like me (107 down, 107 to go). If you like plotting walks that take in as many Wainwrights as possible, this is the map for you – because you can immediately identify each fell on the map without having to constantly refer back to the Pictorial Guides.

It’s printed on lightweight (82g), tear-resistant, 100 per cent waterproof material, and when you flip it over you’ll find an amazing amount of useful information covering everything from first aid ...

  • 17 December 2014 10:46 | olireed
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syedshah20

syedshah20

  • Member since 17 December 2014 10:18
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Andy Say

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Trusted brandsSo come on -

Now here is one to get the moderators in a tizzy as they try to work out where the advertising revenue comes from...

Which brands making kit for the outdoors to you sort of trust to be providing decent gear?  Which brands do you automatically steer clear of?

I'll put my cards on the table straight off!

Karrimor.  Used to love them.  Always going in to their factory shop for bargains and repairs.  No more. They sold out and went totally downhill.  But is there a resurgence...?

Wild Country / Terra Nova.  Love 'em.  Just great tents! 

Rab.  Used to ...

Anonymous

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Teenagers get stuck in to help Three Peaks

Teenagers have been lending a helping hand to make things easier for people walking the Three Peaks in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The young people faced everything from sunshine to wind and rain as they shovelled tonnes of aggregate on the path going up Pen-y-ghent and then spread it over the worn surface. As if that wasn%X92t enough, they came back...

  • 16 December 2014 16:54 | LFTO
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Anonymous

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Britain's Mountain Challenges: Crib Goch

Trail magazine and the British Mountaineering Council present Britain's Mountain Challenges: Crib Goch In this video we're looking at one of the most dramatic ways up Snowdon %X96 the knife-edge ar%XEAte of Crib Goch. While only ranked as a Grade 1 scramble this extremely exposed approach to Wales' highest mountain is notoriously treacherous in wet or windy conditions, making benign...

Anonymous

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James Bond to be filmed in the Austrian Tirol

007, the most famous secret agent in the world, will start filming the 24th Bond film, Spectre, in the Austrian Tirol. Daniel Craig, will play Bond for the 4th time, embarking on his alpine adventures along with the other stars in the ski resorts of S%XF6lden, in the ?tztal and Obertilliach, in the East Tirol region. This is the largest...

  • 16 December 2014 14:15 | LFTO
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TRAILDanAspel

TRAIL MAGAZINE GEAR BLOG

Suunto Vector watch %XA3170

I don’t know much about Finland (apart from the Finnish, who does?) but I’d always assumed it was a bleak Scandinavian borderland where nothing much goes on. Then I read the Suunto website.

The various sells for the Vector included: “LEGENDARY” and “THE ORIGINAL MOUNTAIN WATCH”, quietly concluding with “… the choice of professionals”. After some heavy use I genuinely can’t contradict that. The Vector weighs an insignificant 52g, is waterproof to 30m and boasts a digital compass, temperature gauge and barometer-led altimeter (plus all the timers and alarms you’d expect, naturally).

Essentially it's the kind of thing that you'd be expected ...

  • 16 December 2014 12:11 |
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Romeo

Romeo

  • Member since 15 December 2014 15:34
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Irene58

Irene58

  • Member since 15 December 2014 07:34
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Nauger

Nauger

  • Member since 14 December 2014 22:18
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MikeWortwell

MikeWortwell

  • Member since 13 December 2014 17:36
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markkeily

markkeily

  • Member since 12 December 2014 21:03
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SimonNCooke

SimonNCooke

  • Member since 12 December 2014 19:18
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adivbail

adivbail

  • Member since 12 December 2014 10:11
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gra2344

GENERAL FORUM

GPS

Are there any GPS watches that display a grid reference?

cheers

Gra

  • 12 December 2014 00:28 |
  • Last comment 10 days ago ago by Ben Weeks
  • 1 comments
Anonymous

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Sigg flask subscription gift with Trail magazine

A subscription to Trail magazine starts at just %XA347 and for this you get 13 issues a year delivered direct to your door. Plus, you'll usually receive the mag long before it arrives in the shops! What's more, subscribe today and you'll also receive a Sigg Thermo Flask worth %XA329.99! The Sigg Hot & Cold Thermo Flask embodies the classic look...

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