Posted on May 3rd 2017 by Jason Rawles
When my friends at Breese Adventures asked me to talk at The Snowdonia Challenge it was my honour to say yes. The Snowdonia Challenge is an inaugural outdoors event where people/teams walk 100km around the mountains over 3 days. This is a fully supported event and I have to say, it looks pretty fine.
Posted on April 30th 2017 by Jason Rawles
I’m catching up with blogs so apologies for the delay! Life just catches up with you. A wee while back I was invited to attend a weekend arranged by my pals Zoe and Jenni who head up the Outdoor Bloggers community. A group of people inspired by the outdoors and love to share their inspiration via digital platforms.
Posted on April 28th 2017 by Jason Rawles
It’s a question that’s been on my mind for a while and I’ve been choosing to not answer it. But its been eating away at me. Is my time being spent in a socially responsible way?
Posted on April 7th 2017 by Jason Rawles
People these days basically use social media in just about every activity. It can be used for communication, promotion, or any kind of hobby, and that includes travelling of course, which makes it all the more helpful for adventurers as it’s an effective channel to keep in touch with family, friends and acquaintances. Although it’s good to disconnect from digital connections during an adventure, it can’t be neglected that social media is highly useful in certain situations.
Posted on April 3rd 2017 by Jason Rawles
First and foremost I am a hill walker. Yes, I’ve ice climbed in the Arctic Circle and been on high altitude expeditions. Yes, I dabble in all kinds of adventure sports and also like to climb. But love nothing more than a stroll around the upland areas of the UK and explore new areas. I am therefore a Hill Walker and a very proud one at that.
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