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Small but perfectly formed Peak District Adventure Film Festival returns in early February.
Back for 2013 is the small but perfectly formed Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival, a local event that's not just for local people, set in the heart of the Peak District.
Running on Saturday 9 February, 2013, the festival is, as ever, hosted by Hope Valley College with proceeds from the event ... Continue reading
Some more pics from the Edale start of the self-styled 'Britain's Most Brutal Race'
The Spine Race Begins
Competitors in Britains 'Most Brutal Race', The Spine, pose for pictures before the start in Edale on Saturday. The race follows the course of the Pennine Way long distance footpath with five checkpoints spread over 268 miles. The 'soft option', 108-mile Challenger was won by Berghaus team athlete ... Continue reading
The 2013 UK Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour presented by Arc'terytx kicks off this month and it looks like a cracker!
Check out the ace trailer for the 2013 UK and Ireland Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour presented by Arc'teryx then maybe buy yourself some tickets...
The annual worldwide tour takes some of the best outoors films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival and brings them to your local cinema. And this year, ... Continue reading
Online streaming video-ettes for the first Friday afternoon of 2012.
Feel like escaping? That's kind of where Mountain Equipment-sponsored climber and author of Echoes, Nick Bullock was coming from when he jacked in his life as a prison warder and became a professional climber. It's well worth putting aside 17 minutes and watching the man himself talk about his story. Inspirational ... Continue reading
Watch Cameron McNeish in part two of the Adventure Show's coverage of the new Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail.
The second part of Cameron McNeish's programme about the new Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail is available on BBC iPlayer right now, just head on over to www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer and watch Cameron as he treks from Aberfeldy to Cape Wrath. Some cracking scenery and McNeish is as engaging and informative as ever, talking ... Continue reading
New TevaSphere shoe technology claims to increase efficiency and stability using radical new design...
Probably the oddest thing I saw at ther Friedrichshafen OutDoor trade show last summer was Teva's new TevaSphere shoe technology. Think a rounded, semi-spherical heel combined with odd sort of outrigger pontoon stabiliser things hanging off the sole unit in the midfoot area plus a selection of mad colours and you're ... Continue reading
Here's where we were on News Year's Day - what did you get up to?
Welcome back to real life and a very Happy New Year from everyone here at OutdoorsMagic - here's wishing all OMers the best for 2013 on and off the hill.
Looking out of the window at the continued grizzly weather, it's tempting to play the 'New Year, just like the Old Year' ... Continue reading
Does the new Pasco Jacket move Paramo's cut and design forwards?
We'll have a full, proper, first look at the new Paramo Pasco Nikwax Analogy men's jacket early in the New Year - gawd knows it's the season for waterproof jackets - but here are some very early, digitally scrawled first impressions of the new Paramo waterproof along with some slightly wet ... Continue reading
Andy Turner explains how to stack the odds in your favour in a handy BMC article.
If you're off out into the white stuff with sharp pointy things about you this winter, then check out a timely article by Andy Turner on the BMC web site complete with training tips - watch out old railway tunnel dry-stone walls - and advice on strategy, kit and clothing.
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Some video clips for those who are pretending to work this Friday afternoon.
Alastair Lee interviewed by Planet Fear - award-winning film-maker talks about his last film, Autana as well as quick introduction to the new Ulvetanna expedition - we like Al's all-in-one down romper suit and the Leotard ... both featured towards the end of the clip. Continue reading
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