Reykjavík Reykjavík, Iceland's capital city was my base for the trip I took to this magical island in September. I stayed in the ODDSSON hostel which was buzzing with backpackers and had a friendly vibe. It took around 20 minutes to walk into downtown Reykjavík from the hostel where I found cafes, restaurants and gift … Continue reading Fire and Ice – The Golden Circle, Iceland
I'm just about to turn 29 and I've been to 25 countries. I've always liked ticking off lists, setting myself challenges and goals that motivate me to keep at something. I also love travelling and exploring (clues in the name of this blog 😉) so travelling to 30 countries with a deadline of my 30th … Continue reading 30 countries before 30
With mountain summits to bag, woodland waterfalls to admire and waves to catch, Wales has all you need for your next adventure. There is so much to discover in this beautiful country, here are just a few reasons I love Wales: 1. Mountains ⛰ Snowdonia National Park will blow your mind. It's one of the … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Wales Should Be Your Next Adventure Destination
We jumped through the shore break and into the choppy waters, we were passed around by the waves as we started to swim towards the end of the cove. As we swam around the cliff edge and just out of sight of the beach we saw a small opening in the rock face.
After a week with the awesome guys from DMM and Snowline, filming classic North Wales routes and boulders for 'how to' videos, it was time for the final challenge. Crib Goch is a notoriously dangerous ridge towering above the clouds on route to Snowdon summit. For those who dare this white knuckle, grade 1 scramble, … Continue reading Snowdonia – Crib Goch and Tryfan North Ridge
It was a beautiful sunny day at Aberporth Bay as I paddled out through the shore break with a small group of colleagues, it's pretty cool having a job where sea kayaking off the Welsh coast can be considered a day at work! Heading left out of the bay we hugged the coastline and dug … Continue reading Sea kayaking off the Welsh coast with Dolphins
Leaving a grey Bristol behind us, my brother and I made our way across the bridge and into the Brecon Beacons National Park. Reaching Pont ar Daf car park everything had a white covering and the snow crunched beneath my feet as I stepped into my walking boots, finally the white wintery scene I have been … Continue reading PEN Y FAN IN THE SNOW