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Gear review – Alpkit Phantac down jacket

I’ve been testing the revamped 2019 version of Alpkit’s Phantac down jacket, which is designed to keep you really toasty whilst keeping weight low.

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Posted in Gear reviews, Jackets, Magazine

Fort William Mountain Festival 2019 programme announced

The Fort William Mountain Festival 2019 programme has been announced with a mix of inspiring presentations, world-class film screenings, mountain skills workshops and exhibitions, to be held from Wednesday 20 to Sunday 24 February 2019. Rod Pashley, Chairman of The

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Posted in Walking News

Dates released for Banff Mountain Film tour

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is celebrating its 10th year of touring the UK and Ireland, bringing over 100 adrenaline-packed shows to almost 60 venues from January – May 2019. Scottish dates are first, kicking off in Edinburgh

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Posted in Magazine, Walking News

Kinloch Hourn Road to remain closed until mid-2019

Highland Council has confirmed that the road to Kinloch Hourn is not likely to be re-opened until the middle of 2019 following a massive landslip in November. The road gives access to a number of Munros and Corbetts as well

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Posted in Access issues, Magazine, Walking News

Gear review: Walking socks

For most walkers socks are one of the most important but least considered items of kit. With us for every step of the way…

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Posted in Accessories, Gear reviews, Magazine

John Allen – 35 years of mountain rescue

David Lintern interviews John Allen to ask – what has changed for hillgoers and the civilian rescue service, and what is the same?

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