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Athlete Q&A: Tracking climate change in Chile

Ahead of Earth Day, we speak to mountain guide and Montane athlete Jorn Heller to learn more about his expedition to track the effects of climate change on a remote...Read more

Climber Jesse Dufton takes on Joshua Tree National Park

Hot off the heels of his bronze medal win at the Los Angeles Paraclimbing World Cup, British trad climber Jesse Dufton headed to the Joshua Tree National Park to sample...Read more

Athlete Q&A: Jessie Leong on breaking bias in the Alps

In support of this year’s International Women’s Day theme #BreakTheBias, we caught up with Montane athlete Jessie Leong to talk about her inspiring all-female adventure in the Alps....Read more

Made for more: Kat Roberts explores the Peak District

This season we have a simple approach to the design of our outdoor clothing: Made for More adventures. Montane athlete Kat Roberts put this philosophy through its paces on a...Read more

5 things Jenny Tough learnt running the world's mountains

2021 has been a huge year for Montane athlete Jenny Tough. It’s the year she finally completed her mammoth mountain challenge: running an entire mountain range on six continents around...Read more

The Longest Line podcast: An extraordinary adventure in Scotland

What’s the longest straight line you can walk in Britain? This is the question that fuelled an unusual adventure in the Cairngorms of Scotland in the summer of 2021. Our...Read more

Q&A with the team that walked the UK’s Longest Line

In the summer of 2021, Jenny Graham and Calum Maclean set off on a unique challenge in the Scottish Cairngorms. Don’t miss this Q&A to find out about how they...Read more

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