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World record breaker, four-times Kiterace champion, business-owner, and mother to three sons (one who is the Men’s European Kiterace Champion ) tells Sea to Sky where her favourite places to kitesurf in the UK and Ireland. Continue Reading →
In September 2013 Sanjay Samantary, an Indian surfer, messaged me asking if we would like to take part in the third Indian Surf Festival (ISF) in Odisha (formerly Orissa), East India. I had travelled in India years ago, but not to the east side. After a few calls and email exchanges, we agreed a programme of work to help Sanjay’s group – the Surfing Yogis – to develop SUP in Odisha and eventually across India. Together with a team of five (three male and two female), we made our way to raw and undeveloped Odisha Continue Reading →
Sherry Knight, from Oxfordshire, started getting involved with endurance treks in 2012, after she decided to “do something with her life,” and signed up to do the 100k Sahara Trek. In 2013 she did her first TrekFest, and this year she is back for more.
From epic multi-day hikes to gentle strolls around the ruins of lost civilisation, here are ten hiking holidays from around the globe that should tickle your wanderlust. Continue Reading →
I inch my way towards the summit, head down, one foot shuffling in front of the other. The peak lies less than 50 metres away, but it feels like more than a mile. Breathing steadily to control my nausea, I curl my freezing fingers into tight fists inside my gloves and try to ignore my streaming nose. Continue Reading →
The explosion of open water swimming has meant that a large number who might never have previously considered ‘taking the plunge’ are now actively doing so. Open water swimming can be an amazing and liberating activity that throws a whole new perspective on swimming. It is a very different experience, and with a few simple rules it can be made all the more enjoyable. Continue Reading →
It’s not long until TrekFest begins. Sea to Sky catches up with challenge leader Stef Hall, who gives us the rundown on this unique event and tells you how you can go about doing a charity challenge yourself. Continue Reading →
Oceans Project charity founder, Sarah Weldon, talks about her forthcoming solo row around Great Britain: Continue Reading →