The little Isle of Mull is an underrated Hebridean gem, often overshadowed by the grandeur of Skye and the remoteness of Harris and Lewis. Which makes it a winner for adventure-lovers and crowd-haters...
Expedition chef Kieran Creevy is renowned for his gourmet wilderness meals, inspired by local landscapes and cultures. His most recent creations came from a kayaking trip to the lakes of Östergötland in southeast Sweden
Expedition chef Kieran Creevy is renowned for his gourmet wilderness meals, inspired by local landscapes and cultures. His most recent creations came from a journey through the Gorafe Desert to the imposing peak of Cerro Jabalcón in Andalusia, southern Spain
Chef Kieran Creevy’s mouth-watering slow cooked goat tacos were inspired by a trip to the Canary Islands for the start of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – one of the world’s greatest ocean rowing events
Expedition chef Kieran Creevy is renowned for his gourmet wilderness meals, which are inspired by local landscapes and cultures. This warming chicken soup was created while winter camping in the mountains of the Georgian Caucasus
Elliot Brown is the most exacting watch brand in Britain – and possibly, the world. Since 2013, they’ve been building uniquely rugged and capable watches that are striking, functional and 100% fit-for-purpose
Our regular round-up of outdoor lifestyle news and inspiration from across the web. This week: outdoor-loving BAME women, adventurous reads that make great gifts, the science of sweat, the people who will make 2021 better than 2020 and the launch of our Christmas gift guide.
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The first man to reach the South Pole, Amundsen is often seen as humourless and unsympathetic. But these are just facets of a uniquely complicated character – and a key part of what made him so extraordinary, writes Joly Braime
In 1871, a group of clubs came together to agree the rules of rugby, becoming founding members of the Rugby Football Union. There were 21 clubs in total – 8 of whom are still active. But what about the rest?