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Outdoor Adventure Guide on kayaking

“By the time we’re done, you’re going to want a boat” We’ve spent the winter months browsing our back catalogue of features and articles on everything from kayaking and climbing to camping and bush craft. Getting revved up about potential adventures is an OAG staff hobby and we thought we’d put together some of our […]

Five of the best hiking destinations in ...

Looking for a hiking trip this summer? Then the mountains and valleys of Austria’s Tirol are waiting for you… You could point at anywhere on a map of the Tirol and find the start of an awe-inspiring hike. In the heart of the Austrian Alps, it’s a landscape filled with everything from rolling meadows and […]

Meet Ant Middleton: SBS sniper, celebrit...

Ant Middleton while filming Mutiny

How did an undercover sniper in the Special Forces become a celebrity TV adventurer? Sarah Stirling tracks down the star of TV’s SAS: Who Dares Wins and Mutiny to find out Wearing a t-shirt that shows off his muscles and boasting a thick, glossy beard that would make any hipster jealous (he’s sponsored by Pioneer Beard […]

Cycling Devon’s Coast to Coast

Spanning 102 miles from Ilfracombe in the north to Plymouth in the south, the Devon Coast to Coast makes an ideal weekend cycling challenge. Well, assuming your bike chain doesn’t break, that is With flaming June living up to all my wildest expectations, I hopped on a crowded train heading west. After an ‘all change’ at […]

7 of the best spring campsites

The days are beginning to stretch out once again, hell, the temperature gauge is even on the up (if only a little) and summer is just around the corner. If we couldn’t tempt you out to camp over winter, then let us show you why spring is where it’s at! We’re chomping at the bit […]