In Nature's Classroom
In our 4th year of partnership with the Outward Bound Trust, we sent Equip volunteer ambassadors along with students from the David Nieper Academy as they embarked on a transformative adventure in the Ogwen Valley. These students pushed their limits through challenging outdoor activities and discovered the connection, challenge, and room for reflection that being outdoors offers.
Skye’s Cuillin Ridge Traverse: Tips for Planning and Preparing
Scotland is renowned for its dramatic mountain landscapes and without a doubt Skye stands out, its serrated skyline easily recognisable when viewed from distant hills.
The Rab Guide to Summer Hiking
Our guide seeks to answer questions and provide advice aimed at day hikers, rather than multi-day hikers, or thru-hikers. The barrier to entry is lower, and with the right kit, you can enjoy impressive days out in the hills and mountains hill bagging and seeing the landscape from a whole new perspective.
On a wild and wet quest across a lesser known Cuillin ridge, Sarah Leighton goes in hunt of Rum’s fabled trolls only to encounter some demons of her own.
Between Your Hat and Your Feet
The pace of backpacking is slow, but the simplicity of it is unbeatable. Wouldn't you agree?
Summer in the Sunnmøre Alps
When you think of vacations in Norway, you think fjords, mountains, and sea. Well, Tor and Ine found just this. Read about the awesome Norwegian destination they found, here.
Project 282 - Part Two
The Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye strikes fear into the hearts of many would-be Munroists, and I was certainly amongst them. The infamous Inaccessible Pinnacle (the ‘Inn Pin’) is the only Munro which requires the use of a rope and, although not a particularly challenging rock climb per se, it is certainly outside the comfort zone of ma
Project 282 - Part One
There is an old Chinese proverb which says that a journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step. This became something that I thought about many times over the summer as I undertook Project 282: almost four months spent climbing all of Scotland’s Munros, in one go; unsupported and self-propelled.