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Talkback: Fuelling For Big Adventures
It's a blessing nobody told Shipton and Tilman they couldn't just go wandering off with nothing but a load of rice and spuds in their rucsac... By Montgomery Wick
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Yesterday at 21:07
by ed h
 
Talkback: Aldi Launches Walking Specialbuys Range
Just bought a couple of the base layers for me + my wife. The cut and quality are excellent, but I've just noticed they're not 100% bamboo-... By Mike in Dorset
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22/04/2014 at 16:51
by Strides
Talkback: Just In - Petzl Tikka RXP Headtorch
Deeply disappointed with mine. I run at night on paths and trails. The sensor switches the pencil beam on almost immediately so that all you... By D Maass
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22/04/2014 at 14:04
by Zippy
 
Talkback: Just In - MiniMap Maps
Funnily enough, this is just I'be been handing out to DofE groups for the last two years; well, not these MiniMaps, but selected areas, prin... By captain paranoia
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21/04/2014 at 12:32
by lentenrose
Talkback: Protect Yourself From 'Fatal' Tick Diseases
It's a pity that some one hasn't found a way of protecting humans like you do your pet. Putting whatever stuff is on your pets skin, protec... By huskyman
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21/04/2014 at 00:25
by captain paranoia
Talkback: Just In - Osprey Exos 48 Pack
I have to protest very slightly: a ~fifteen per cent weight increase really isn't slight in the context this pack is aimed at. Still reasona... By Martin Carpenter
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18/04/2014 at 19:22
by Jimbob
Talkback: Sidetracked - A New Magazine, Really!
I really enjoy some of their online articles, though £10 for the physical product is just out of what I can afford at the moment. By Sid Dongre
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17/04/2014 at 13:26
by geekinthesticks
Talkback: Beginners Guide To Hill Walking - Socks
I think the dryness thing is over-rated. I've walked a long way with damp feet, and thanks to well fitting shoes and good socks haven't had... By Peter Clinch
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16/04/2014 at 21:40
by Ben Smith
Talkback: Monday Tip - Insect Bites
To stop itching try SOOV It works like an anesthetic, so good if you are alergic to antihistamine type stuff. Unfortunately, I get my suppl... By cathyjc
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16/04/2014 at 19:52
by Alicia 2
Talkback: Just in - SportViz XTS Sun Core
The insert system isn't anything new either: I've used them for well over a decade on various Bolles and there are various other makers doin... By Peter Clinch
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16/04/2014 at 18:28
by Paul Gilbert
Talkback: Best Scrambling Shoes Reviewed
The boulder X from La Sportiva and the Mammut Redburn are both excellent. The Mammut rubber I found to be "stickier" than the La Sportiva. I... By Nick P 10
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16/04/2014 at 11:46
by Nick P 10
 
Talkback: Midweek Mountain: Scafell Pike
I thought Scafell Pike only looked like this: http://ruinapartum.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/img_0043.jpg?w=950&h=632 Also, the Scafell Ho... By Sid Dongre
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15/04/2014 at 20:44
by Sid Dongre
Talkback: Monday Tip - Sun Protection In The Outdoors
Several people on yesterday's training day forgot to put on sun screen, and had very painful looking red necks by the end of the day, it's s... By Metric Kate
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15/04/2014 at 09:05
by Mr Fuller
Talkback: Just In - Adidas Terrex Scope GTX Shoe
Great looking shoe - wanted something like this for ages - fell shoe at the back, climbing zone at the front... shame it's gore-tex - would ... By winst0n
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14/04/2014 at 10:44
by Jon Doran
Talkback: Beginners Guide To Hill Walking - Day Packs
Nice to see we're past "essential"! ;-) A couple of minor comments... "Hydration compatible" isn't requires to use a bladder, you can just... By Peter Clinch
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12/04/2014 at 15:07
by redscotti
 
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10/04/2014 at 14:27
by RTB
 
Talkback: Just In - MHW Optic 2.5 Tent
It'd be nice on a sunny day but can't help thinking it looks a lot like my old Vaude Space Explorer. Strong and roomy but the big downside ... By Wurz
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08/04/2014 at 23:22
by Phoenix Phan
 
Talkback: Just in - Inov-8 Trailroc 245 Trail Shoe
Can I test these next? :D By Ben Smith
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07/04/2014 at 14:19
by Ben Smith
 
Talkback: What Makes A Mountain, A Mountain?
The howgills are a bit strange. Yes they're rounded and grassy but they're also fearfully steep with some very deeply cut valleys. Just lo... By Martin Carpenter
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05/04/2014 at 22:24
by Toot
 
Talkback: Blizzard Bag - Best Survival Bag Ever?
It is a top rate emergency bivvy/sleeping bag, that is not disputed, but it can be a bit useless as a survival bag. When teaching people ou... By Ray Britton
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05/04/2014 at 17:44
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