Author: Lewis Osprey
In August, three bilateral amputees summited Mont Blanc at 4,810 metres. Justin Davis, Hari Budha Magar, and Stephen Handley undertook the challenge to raise funds for Great Ormand Street Hospital. All of the men were severely injured in IED strikes in Afghanistan; to get them through the challenge they relied on their fitness, determination, and sense of humour to get them to the peak. We caught up with Justin and heard about the challenging climb to summit this fantastic peak.
We’ve been working with the Gift Your Gear charity to provide backpacks to the youth organisations that need them most. The aim? To empower young people to get outdoors and minimise landfill waste at Osprey.
European city breaks are a fantastic way of travelling. We’ve listed the 5 most compelling reasons why you should city break more.
This is Jason’s second update from the Yukon River Written from his tent, situated on his riverbank camp.
At 0440hrs GMT, 24/07/19, Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja MBE summited Pakistan’s challenging K2 as part of Project Possible’s Phase 2. This is the 10th Mountain in Nims’ world record breaking attempt to climb 14 x 8,000m high peaks in only 7 months. A record that was previously set at almost 8 years.