Adventure Sports

North Wales Is Bascially One Giant Adventure Playground

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 15.10.2014 | UK Tech

Earlier in the year we showed you that in Wales, not only can you fly across a quarry on Europe's longest zipline, but you can also go trampolining in...

Cycling Adventures: What Next?

Vikki Stone | Posted 05.07.2014 | UK Comedy
Vikki Stone

I was surprisingly fine in the days after my 102 mile bike ride. In fact, smugly so. I was back in the gym, doing my normal cardio classes a couple of days later. My legs were fine. I even got back on the bike for a ride or two.

Cycling Adventures: The Big One Hundred

Vikki Stone | Posted 28.06.2014 | UK Comedy
Vikki Stone

I have done it. I, Vikki Stone, have cycled 102.22 miles, in one day. It's hard to believe at the beginning of this month, I was falling over sideways in front of strangers and a dog, because I couldn't get my feet out of clip pedals.

Grab the Adventure - But Do It With Expert Advice

Stephanie Allen | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK
Stephanie Allen

As summer approaches people are quickly booking their holidays - whether that be abroad or here in the UK.

Two Hours in the Life of an Atlantic Rower

Dan Howie | Posted 26.03.2014 | UK Sport
Dan Howie

Since setting off in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge nearly seven weeks ago, we have been rowing continuously in two-hour shifts - essentially our lives have been Eat. Sleep. Row. Repeat. for almost two months. The only time this ceased was when a violent storm during the first ten days of the crossing meant we were unable to row at all.

Flying Into the Final Quarter

Dan Howie | Posted 18.03.2014 | UK Sport
Dan Howie

We have been busy gobbling up the nautical miles - and they tasted good! The end now feels like it's in sight, as the first crew has crossed the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge finish line to win the race in 41 days, two hours and 38 minutes. Huge congratulations to Locura Rows the Atlantic!

The Fine Line Between Life and Death

Adrian Hayes | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK Sport
Adrian Hayes

The fact that the deaths were of a father and son that stirred the emotions and headlines. How could such a highly experienced mountaineer continue leading his own son up the mountain in such dangerous snow conditions that every other team on the mountain - 19 foreign climbers and six Nepalese Sherpas - aborted their summit attempt and turned around?