Squash Falconer is an all-action kinda girl and we like her a lot. More to the point, we like to follow her adventures via her blog and videos.
On her latest trip, Squash jumped on her favourite BMW F800 GS motorbike (more than one member of Team Trail is a keen biker) and headed over to the Aosta Valley in Italy to climb the 4,500m peak of Monte Rosa.
In just a few short days she covered over 2000miles and climbed multiple summits. This short film, shot entirely on a GoPro action camera, gives you a glimpse into the journey and the stunning Monte Rosa itself. Enjoy.
Leo Houlding climbing what is arguably one of the most famous rock climbs in the UK.
Filmed by Matt Pycroft, Ali Keech, Dom Bush and Martin Campbell for Cumbria Tourism and Cumbrialive TV.
Ulvetanna peak, also known as the Wolf's Tooth, is a 2930m shard of rock stabbing skywards from the snow-swept, wind-scoured terrain of Antarctica's frozen wilderness.
Award-winning outdoor film-maker Alastair Lee was part of a British team, also including rock climbing ace Leo Houlding, that set out to climb a new route on Ulvetanna's north-east ridge in January 2013.
The epic movie The Last Great Climb documents the team's incredible ascent and if this trailer is anything to go by we can't wait to see the full thing!
The film premieres on 4th November, and The Last Great Climb will be available to buy online from 1st December 2013.
For more information visit www.thelastgreatclimb.com
Trail in the Sierra Nevada
Country Walking's Ivinghoe Beacon Walk
In 2013 Sir Ranulph Feinnes will set out to make the first ever winter crossing of Antarctica - The Coldest Journey.
Trail writer Dan Aspel went down to Hyde Park in London where Sir Ranulph was training with Garmin to ensure he has all the skills and equipment necessary to navigate his way across the frozen wilderness of the southern continent.
Dan asked him about some of the most fascinating aspects of the trip, including the planning, the transport, the clothing, the equipment and, of course, the temperatures.
To learn more about all these challenges and find out exactly what Sir Ranulph regards as a 'show stopper', check out the video below.
To read the full interview, including details of Sir Ranulph's motivation, the plan for the journey and the kit the team will be using, pick up the January issue of Trail magazine - on sale from Thursday 29th November 2012.