Thursday, 2 Jul 2020

Alsek Rivers. British Columbia. Alaska

Alsek river. Alaska  Vast glaciers. Immense spires. Untrammeled wilderness. A lake filled with icebergs. All this (and much more) awaits on the Tatshenshini, perhaps the most renowned of Alaska’s many rugged, runnable rivers. “The Tat is a river of immense proportions, both in terms of rock and water,” began poet and guide Melanie Siebert. “It’s […]

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The Grampian Mountains

The Grampian Mountains. Travelling by bike

The Grampian Mountains. Trip Which Can Change Your Life This ride involves climbing the highest main road in Britain, the Lecht, and a lot more besides. It’s a ride of contrasts, exploring the Cairngorm mountains of Braemar and the low-lying lushness of the Cromar, places that lie at either end of Royal Deeside. It’s also […]

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The Forest of Dean

The Forest of Dean is a beauty and a beast. It is an ancient wood with many secrets, both old and new, but its sylvan glades are draped over some very hilly terrain. That makes cycling hard here, but it brings rewards, and not just the satisfaction and glow of crossing hard terrain using your […]

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Fashion For You and Your Family

Fashion is an essential part of our life. It is an incredible art made for people who really appreciate it. No doubt, there are people who are obsessed by new outlooks and those who think that being fashionable is not for them. Anyway, fashion is something that makes people love themselves more and give happiness […]

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High and dry in the Andes, trip to South America

Who heads into the Andes in winter? Vivian and Hanlie Gericke, that’s who! Join them in their Land Rover as they traverse the longest mountain range on earth, through northwestern Argentina and the Atacama Desert to the Pacific Ocean. Trip to Andes. We flew from South Africa to Argentina and traveled to El Boson, a […]

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