During your time with us at Boiler Slab, we’ll teach you all the basic skills of rock climbing on what we call a bottom rope system, similar to that you may see in an indoor climbing wall. We’ll teach you how to tie into the rope correctly, belay your partner safely as well as climb with good technique and lower from the top of a route
Join us for a thrilling winter canyoning adventure in the Blue Mountains, in partnership with Australia's leading adventure company, the Australian School of Mountaineering. A full day of abseils, travelling through the unique Juggler Canyon and finishing off with a section of the famously beautiful Grand Canyon Walk.
Calling ANY woman who has never climbed before, or who has climbed indoors and is ready to get her hands on real rock! Join us for an introduction to rock climbing in the beautiful Blue Mountains. This course will give you the fun and thrill of vertical rock with MAXIMUM amount of climbing interspersed with invaluable instruction to help you along the way, and equip you for all your future climbing endeavours.
Join Angela Morgan (National Navigation Award Scheme Course Director & Tutor) from Find Your Bearings for a 2-day Beginner's Navigation Course and learn an essential outdoor skill – the ability to read a map! By the end of the course, you will be confident in your map reading skills, and be able to put them to use in the countryside using marked paths and tracks.
The Brecon Beacons provide stunning views of the surrounding villages from high up on the prominent ridges and rolling hills. If you're interested in blowing a few cobwebs away after a stressful week, testing yourself against the welsh weather, and learning some valuable mountain skills along the way then this is the course for you!
This weekend as the perfect way to spend time with similar adventures and like minded people, “leave it all behind" for the weekend and explore the more remote and rugged parts of the welsh mountains that you normally wouldn’t explore on your own.
meet like minded women, organise impromptu adventures and ask for advice - anything goes!
On Tuesday 5 June 2018, Megan set out on her 1000 mile run across the UK, from John O’Groats to Land’s End, alone and unsupported in support of the charity, School In A Bag. We were lucky enough to catch up with Megan the day before she left to find out more about her 40-day adventure…
Rooted in empowering the next generation of explorers through sharing stories of women breaking boundaries, We caught up with some of The North Face’s Australian ambassadors on their experience within the outdoor industry and their opinion on the #shemovesmountains campaign.
The wild horse is like a mythical creature. Liminal; vanishing; in the world I grew up in – Europe – extinct. There was a species of wild horse there once, known as the Tarpan. Many native breeds trace their ancestry back to it, but the species itself was lost some time around the turn of the twentieth century.
So when I learned that for the past ten years, an organisation called Rewilding Europe has been reintroducing herds of horses to the mountains of Bulgaria, I began to dream of travelling out there to see it for myself. I decided to craft an adventure around the idea.
Ever dreamt of sailing the Arctic Circle but couldn’t raise the cash to join a live-aboard? Expeditions can run into the thousands, but Narwhal Expeditions have come up with an innovative solution to crewing by offering an Arctic sailing enthusiast the opportunity to get on board for just £5