Best Cycling Books by Women – Part 2

This is the second part of a blog post prompted by a recent realisation that the majority of blogs about books on cycling only featured one or two by female writers and the… Continue reading

Best Cycling Books by Women – part 1

This blog post was prompted by a recent realisation that the majority of blogs about books on cycling only featured one or two by female writers. Women are already outnumbered in the cycling… Continue reading

Mini Microadventures Ultimate Day Hike Packing List

This blog is a very exciting one as it is my first ever Guest Blog and is from the wonderful Nicola Hobbs of Mini Micoadventures . She has written a fab piece about… Continue reading

My first microadventure

I started a new job recently and I think my favourite thing about it is the fact that I am now surrounded by the kind of people who don’t think I am crazy… Continue reading

Hiking, Bivvying and a very cold swim – a weekend away with the Adventure Queens

Firstly, I want to start by giving a shout out to the Adventure Queens Facebook group. It is the kindest, most supportive and most inspiring group I have ever been a member of. A… Continue reading

Adventure writing without a beard – Part 2

  Outdoor sports and Adventure books written by female adventurers – Part 2 In Part 1 (you can read it here) we celebrated some of the most adventurous women on two wheels and… Continue reading

Adventure writing without a Beard – Part 1

Outdoor sports and Adventure books written by female adventurers.    Even the most adventurous of us loves to curl up with a good book after a day hiking, cycling, climbing, kayaking, swimming or just… Continue reading

5 Things I Learned by Travelling Solo

For all those out there considering a solo adventure, this is for you. To hopefully inspire and instill in you the spirit and excitement of solo travel and to help you remember that… Continue reading

A little trekking in El Chalten

Originally a tiny mountain town built to mark the Chile /Argentina border, El Chalten has exploded in recent years to become the undisputed hiking capital of Argentina and is now a bustling mecca… Continue reading

Packing for Patagonia

Small pack… Big adventures! Packing ideas for a solo female trip in the very south of South America. In late September 2016 I set out for a 3 month solo trip to Patagonian Chile… Continue reading