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  1. Six marathons in six days: Conquering Fire & Ice

    Back in July we caught up with adventurer Victoria Nicholson, to find out how she was getting on in preparation for one of the toughest multi-terrain races in the world: Fire & Ice. The glacial rivers, hot springs and lava fields of Iceland stood in the way of Victoria and the finish line of the sixth marathon in as many...
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  2. The return of Teddies on Tour

    As is both the risk and appeal of embarking upon an adventure, sometimes things don’t always go according to plan. While the Teddies on Tour team – Ashley, Frida and Vibeke – may not have completed the challenge they set themselves to circumnavigate the entire coastline of Ireland, not many people can say they’ve kayaked accompanied by an otter, a...
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  3. Meet 11 women breaking barriers

    We recently introduced you to a group of extraordinary women aiming to complete one extraordinary expedition. Led by Felicity Aston MBE, this group of inspiring females is setting out to break boundaries and conquer goals on a ground-breaking quest to the North Pole. Meet the women behind the Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition. Felicity Aston MBE, United Kingdom Felicity has been...
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  4. An extreme expedition: Adaptation by Christian Clot

    Whether you’re scaling the highest peaks, battling the ferocious elements of the ocean, or pitching a tent under the stars – no adventure is the same. But sometimes expeditions come along that really are unlike any other. Step forward, Christian Clot. For the past twenty years, Christian has spent his days exploring extreme environments, and was the first man to...
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  5. Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition: 11 women breaking cultural boundaries

    At Summit to Eat, we truly champion people who go the extra mile to realise their ambitions. Whether that involves pushing your body to the limit, breaking boundaries, or conquering personal goals in the face of adverse conditions or circumstances. That’s why we’re throwing our full support behind a team of extraordinary women aiming to complete one extraordinary expedition. In...
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  6. The importance of nutrition in ocean rowing

    It’s well known that optimum nutrition is crucial for anyone embarking upon a feat of physical and mental endurance, such as ocean rowing, for example. But being away at sea presents bigger challenges than simply missing the comforting taste of your Friday night takeaway or Sunday roast. We sat down for a chat with Will Whitehead, who as one quarter...
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  7. Hike, fly, sleep, repeat: The quest to reach Lost Mountain

    At Summit to Eat, we’re proud that our tasty meals are used to help people from all walks of life, hailing from countries around the world, to conquer their goals and reach new places, and we love catching up with our customers to hear all about their adventures. So, when the Adventures Unbound team – Rhys Fisher, Fons de Leeuw...
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  8. Best UK spots for wild camping

    According to Visit Britain, 4.38 million people go camping in Britain every year. That’s a LOT of tents. But while the vast majority of those head for designated sites, more and more intrepid campers are wandering off the beaten track in a bid to explore the UK’s breath-taking countryside on their own terms. With wild camping, there are some rules...
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  9. The challenges of climbing in Alaska

    Alaska: home to three million lakes, 3,000 rivers and seventeen of the highest peaks in America. It has also been the setting for intrepid climber Tom Livingstone’s latest adventure - a quest to climb two mighty Alaskan peaks: Mount Hunter and Denali. After almost seven weeks away, Tom is now back home reflecting on his expedition which unsurprisingly wasn’t without...
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  10. Out of the Fire and into the Ice: preparing for an Icelandic adventure

    It's pitted as Iceland's toughest foot race, and some say the toughest multi-terrain race in the world.  Encompassing 250k of stunning Icelandic wildnerness and scenery, demanding its challengers complete six marathons over the course of six days and ‘run, walk, crawl’ to the finish; the mere description of the Fire & Ice challenge makes you feel exhausted! Participants will be...
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