Brought up by the sea in the City of Edinburgh, I was never taught how to ski or snowboard. Experienced, even professional, skiers and boarders from all over the world come to Gulmarg for the endless opportunities exploring the backcountry terrain. I had no idea what I was in for. Will I ever belong here, will I ever fit in?Read More
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.Read More
Go wild and try ticking these ten unique adventure destinations off your bucket list... Go on, we dare ya!Read More
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 £5Read More
Slow travel is an offshoot of the slow food movement, which began in Italy in the 1980s as a protest against the opening of a McDonald’s in Rome. The slow food movement aims to preserve regional cuisine, local farming, communal meals and traditional food preparation methods. This cultural initiative has since burgeoned into a whole way of life known as the Slow Movement, which emphasizes connection — connection to food, connection to families and, in the case of travel, connection to local peoples and cultures. Lexi Connors headed to Europe to commence her 800km walk along the Camino de Santiago route. Read about her adventure on the blogRead More
Jacqui has spent most of her life on the road and cannot remember a time when she was not either packing or unpacking. Her mother Dorothy first introduced her to Europe when she was nine years old – living in a Kombi and visiting a myriad of different countries and cultures.
Over the last 3 years, Jacqui Kennedy and her trusty CT110 called Mo have been traveling over 55,000 kilometres. “Mo is a 110cc ex-Auspost bike, top speed 75km/h on a good day and he steers like a washing machine,“ says Jacqui, “He has been a faithful companion and like most men, as long as you keep the fluids topped up, he is happy.” Read more about Jacqui and Mo's adventures on the blogRead More
Most adventures start either with a dream or a disillusion, but for Cristina adventure opened its arms when she stepped away from life as she knew it, said goodbye to her partner at the time and closed the door behind her. Where she run to? Fast forward several months and we find Cristina on the Annapurna circuit, in Nepal. The circuit is rated as one of the most beautiful but strenuous high altitude climbs in the world - reaching 5400m. The mountains were calling me and I had to go.Read More
Learn about this beautiful corner of the world and how it is being threatened by frackingRead More
In the infamous words of Doctor Zeus ' You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So... get on your way!”.
In 2017 Jess Pealing traded office gear for mountain gear and set off for France to embark upon a mountaineering course. Read her story about part taking in the course, overcoming challenges and finally summiting Mont BlancRead More
In 2015 Lisa te Heuheu spent 54 days rafting the length of the Ganga River, her experience in India from the expedition to the people she met along the way, had a tremendous affect on her. Read more on Lisa's story in the She Went Wild blogRead More
Meet Christiane, one of two awesome rock climbers who travel the world scoping out new heights, crags and connecting with local climbing communities.
Christiane and Camilla are twin sisters. Who make adventure documentaries primarily about rock climbing. Over the past year they have vertically challenged walls in India, New Zealand and Australia, filming as they go. Read how climbing has influenced Christiane's life hereRead More
The John Muir Trail passes through what many backpackers say is the finest mountain scenery in the United States. This is a land of 13,000-foot and 14,000-foot peaks, of lakes in the thousands, and of canyons and granite cliffs. The trail is 211 miles long and winds through the famed Sierra Nevada. In 2016 Marylene embraced the challenge and shared her adventure with She Went Wild. Read more on the blog!Read More
Every wanted to explore the Northern Flinders Ranges in South Australia but didn't know where to start? Lisa Fox, local trail blazer and adventure seekers tells us about her favorite escapes in South AustraliaRead More
At 30 years of age I’d never hiked a single trail. Sure, I’d walked through the bush and spent a lot of time outdoors as a kid, but I’d never set out to immerse myself in the landscape. I couldn’t read a compass, I’d never owned a pair of hiking boots and to my knowledge a Camelbak was the top of a large smelly desert animal.Read More
Growing up, I never had the inclination to discover anything beyond my fence line. The extent of my exposure to the great outdoors was the odd grade 0 bush walk with my family and to be honest, I didn't like it all that much. So how did I find myself here then, my life consumed by rock climbing, mountains and exploring distant lands?Read More
Whether you’re visiting for the first time, or on business trip for the twentieth time, take advantage of some of the outdoor activities this stunning city has on offer and get a glimpse of what makes Sydney so desirable to the world. Bonus, get in a workout at the same time!Read More
With all the Blue Mountains, Great Ocean Roads and stunning National Parks on the East coast of Australia people sometimes forget about the west. Sure they know we have great wines and that Perth is the one of the most isolated cities in the world but the hiking and outdoor options mostly get lost to the east coast.Read More
What is it about eating alone in a restaurant that makes people feel so vulnerable? Why is it when traveling alone we often hide ourselves away with room service or take out meals or choose “easy” things to eat when in front of others instead of ordering what we really want which is the burger so big it requires 2 hands and an unlocking jaw to eat.Read More
Anna Kernohan introduces us to the Larapinta Trail, a 230km hike through Central Australia in a misunderstood region of untouched beauty, sand, ancient seas and snakes.Read More
If you love the idea of travelling alone, indulge your passion and let these safety tricks amassed from my experience and other solo women travellers help protect you from the unpleasant…Read More