Having recently travelled to Iceland in Winter, here are my top tips and key considerations if you plan a trip. Continue reading Quick guide to Iceland
Reasons why I choose not to post over sexualised hiking selfies. Continue reading Why I don’t post ‘liberating topless’ selfies.
Overview The Lightwave T20 is a lightweight(ish), 2 man, 4 season tent. It offers a 3 way multi-pitch set up, including an integral, outsider and fly first set-up. This has been only used for wild camping across England and Scotland … Continue reading Lightwave T20 Trail Tent Review
A short but steep ascent, rewarded with some of the most epic views in the Lakes Continue reading Rannderdale Knotts
After some recent news, I am struggling to deal with sadness. It feels different to what I have faced to far on my mental health journey. Just putting pen to paper and thinking out loud. Continue reading Dealing with sadness
A recorded video from my recent Instagram Live video with mountain leader Keith White. In this video we have a candid conversation about mountains and mental health, sharing our own experience of how mountains have helped us and what we are doing during lockdown to stay sane! Continue reading Mountains and Mental Health
Looking at the benefits of solo hiking, and how we can get more women confident enough to head into the mountains on their own solo adventure. Continue reading Solo Hiking
These have been in my winter essentials kit for 4 years. So how do they perform and are they worth the money? Continue reading Kahtoola Microspikes – Review
A piece about my recent 24 hour trip to Ribblehead. Capturing the most beautiful sunset and sunrise I have seen in a while. Continue reading My little Yorkshire adventure
Before lockdown, I always avoided spending too much time in my own company. Too much time to think can sometimes get overwhelming. I consider myself an extrovert; however, the preconceived notion is that extroverts are quite loud and outgoing. That’s … Continue reading Has lockdown made me an introvert?