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From Danny MacAskill to awesome Dolomites climbing in this week's selection of top outdoors videos.

A Front Door Adventure - Video

To kick things off, a cracking short film by Brendon Tyree that does exactly what it says on the can and which we somehow missed first time around. It underlines everything that's great about living in a town on the edge of the outdoors and being ...  Continue reading

Brilliant little film that shows exactly why Sheffield is a little bit outdoors awesome.

A Front Door Adventure - Video

A cracking short film by Brendon Tyree that does exactly what it says on the can and which we somehow missed first time around. It underlines everything that's great about living in a town on the edge of the outdoors and being able to get ...  Continue reading

Radical new lows and mids launch for spring from the Canadian mountain brand.

Arc'teryx New Footwear On Video

The big news from Canadian brand Arc'teryx this spring 2015 is the launch of a range of intriguingly different footwear based on a design that combines what the company calls an 'adaptive fit inner' with a stretchy foam mesh liner which moulds itself to your foot shape, ...  Continue reading

Cracking footage of an ascent of the classic grade two route on Ben Nevis.

Ledge Route From A Drone - Video

Love this drone-filmed video of Rob Johnson climbing Ledge Route on Ben Nevis, a straightforward big mountain scramble in summer conditions and a grade 2 winter route. If Rob looks familiar - spot those colours - it's because he's also the man behind the Continue reading

Three quite different video reports from ME athletes around the world.

Mountain Equipment's Massive Monday Videos… Mount Rainier

The guys at ME had a bit of a vintage week for athlete videos last week with reports from Mount Rainier, the Indian Himalaya and the Cima Ovest. To kick things off, here's David 'Powder' Steele's excellent footage from skiing Mt. Rainier's Fuhrer Finger complete ...  Continue reading

Reviewer of sports apparel Nik Cook explores if running gear is overpriced or worth the money.

£150 tights and £100 base layer, are they mad?

Carrying on from Jon’s lament of the quality of mountain biking kit, I find that the premium end of the running apparel market is pushing the price bar ever upwards. 

Having been reviewing running, cycling and ...  Continue reading

We're not sure whether to be impressed or worried about this 1960s baby carrying contraption.

Photo Of The Day - 60s Family Hiking Snowdon

Caption: 26th April 1962 - Graham Brown and his wife carrying their 17-day-old daughter Rosalyn in a carry-cot as they climb up Mount Snowdon in Wales. Rosalyn's 19-month-old sister Susan is on Graham's back. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images).

Was there any consideration for health ...  Continue reading

Videos of mountain biking, fell running, rock climbing, epic landscapes... a bit of everything really.

Of Fells and Hills - Salomon Running TV S4 E02

In “Of Fells and Hills” we travel with American Writer, Photographer and Trail Runner, Rickey Gates, to the UK to explore and discover the history, culture and legends of the ancient practice of Fell Running.

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What if someone made mountain bike kit that was as good as top-notch outdoor clothing?

Mountain Bike Gear - A Bit Rubbish...

If you're a walker, climber, mountaineering type who's also into mountain biking, you may have observed something interesting. Not to put too fine a point on it, a lot of mountain bike clothing is, to put it bluntly, a bit gash.

Whereas the top outdoor brands ...  Continue reading

Sheffield Adventure Film Festival music playlist with thoughts from this year's DJ judge.

ShAFF Soundtrack Playlist - Video

This year ShAFF has appointed a new judge - Paul from Sheffield ukgarage and dubstep producer Grievous Angel - who will be awarding a prize for the film with the best soundtrack.

While watching the films he has curated a playlist of the best music tracks from the ...  Continue reading

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