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YOUTH & EQUITY

Ladies: now is the time to get outdoors

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19/07/2016

Breathe in the fresh air, relax, enjoy some quality time with friends or family and at the same time get active during #WomenOutdoors Week.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

5 top places for family trekking in Europe

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13/07/2016

Walk over petrified lava rivers, stay in Cappadocian caves, explore underground cities, get pulses pumping on via ferrata, or just ply your kids with Italian gelato. With summer holidays here, we look at some of Europe’s top places for family-friendly trekking.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

'Limbless mountaineer' on the Cuillin Ridge

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24/06/2016

Since losing his hands and feet to frostbite 17 years ago, Jamie Andrew has been busy pushing the boundaries of what he can achieve and inspiring others as a motivational speaker. On his latest challenge, the Cuillin Ridge, the tables were turned when Jamie’s team saved the life of a badly injured solo-climber.
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INTERNATIONAL

Argentinian-Chilean duo summit North America's highest unclimbed named mountain.

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11/09/2015

Natalia Martinez (Argentina) and Camilo Rada (Chile) have made the first ascent of Mount Malaspina (3,776m) in Canada's St Elias Mountains.
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INTERNATIONAL

Winter in Patagonia - a coveted first ascent of Aguilera

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01/10/2014

A five-member expedition, led by Chilean explorer and mountaineer Camilo Rada, has made the long awaited first ascent of Volcan Aguilera on the South Patagonian Icecap.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

Walking without a leg to stand on

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25/02/2014

Quadruple amputee Jamie Andrew gained his Mountain Leader after losing both hands and feet. Nicola Jasieniecka caught up with him to discuss climbing the Matterhorn, mountaineering for people with disabilities and his involvement with the GB Paraclimbing team.
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INTERNATIONAL

Historic second ascent of Monte Sarmiento in Cordillera Darwin

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02/10/2013

Natalia Martinez (Argentina) and Camilo Rada (Chile) have made a long-awaited second ascent of the highest point of Monte Sarmiento in the Chilean sector of Tierra del Fuego. It was also the mountain's first winter ascent.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

Families go wild: join the National Trust challenge

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22/07/2013

As the summer holidays get under way, the National Trust is challenging you and your family to release your inner ‘wild’ side and tick‐off 25 of their '50 things to do before you’re 11¾' over the next six weeks of summer (22 July to 1 September).
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SKILLS

Activity licensing: a new way forward?

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28/06/2012

Government changes to licensing have led to uncertainty in the adventure activity industry over what will replace the current national scheme. As Scotland opts to keep statutory regulation, one solution could be a national register of activity providers holding third-party accreditation. Ed Douglas reports.
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INTERNATIONAL

Significant British new route in Southern Peru

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04/10/2011

Supported by grants from the BMC, MEF and Alpine Club, Hamish Dunn and Tom Ripley travelled to the little-visited Cordillera Carabaya, where they made a coveted first ascent of 5,613m Chichiacapac's South Face.
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