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Have a look what's happening at Unexplored Scotland
I'm proud to anounce that Unexplored Scotland has been featured in the March 2015 edition of The Great Outdoors. I was asked for expert advise on climbing Ben Nevis in the winter and about some top tips on what to do. Unexplored Scotland also got mentioned later on about winter walking in the Assynt area. More will follow in 2016 with some more expert advise. Watch this space.
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There seems to be a new player for climbing equipment on the market. Climbing Technology a company based in Italy has started throwing inexpensive climbing equipment on the market now making the big players almost look silly with their massive inflations. We thought of buying 2 pair of CT Nuptse Semi-Auto Crampons for this season and see how we get on with them. First of all the price seems too...
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It can be quite handy to have a winter mountaineering repair kit or crampon repair kit. Just imagine you walk along on hard packed nevee snow and suddenly your crampons fall apart. What do you do now? Cry like a baby because you have to cut steps for the rest of the day or pull out a repair kit and fix it. I'm not trying to say that a repair...
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After years of paddling down river and figuring out what to have in your repair kit I started to get a good ballance (I think) of what you should have with you on the river to sort out most issues. Here are all the bits listed in my kit starting at the top left and going clock-wise: 900ml food container Compact bike repair tool Small pliers with pouch Cable ties...
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Sometimes I get asked what to put in a repair kit. I have messed about with my repair kit for some time now and believe this is about as good a repair kit as anyone would need it. There is probably still some more to put in but I still haven’t found a way to fit a chainsaw or a JCB inside my kayak. I would advise to modify a...
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