Tag Archives: backpacking

Drakensberg – Injisuthi to Cathedral Peak Pt. 2

Day 5 By Day 5 we had found our legs and become used to the altitude. The fantastic conditions of the day before had put a bit of a spring in my step, which was just as well given the […]

Greenland Pt.3 – Packrafting

A week into the trip we were both starting to hit our stride. Whilst the photographic conditions had yet to become spectacular we had nonetheless enjoyed fine weather and awe-inspiring scenery. Under cloudy skies we had a lazy start, heating […]

Greenland Pt.2: Klosterdalen

River crossings, mosquitoes, bog, hard scrambling and impenetrable trees – Klosterdalen was the hike from hell but the landscape was magical.

Greenland Pt.1: Tasermiut Fjord

“IS THAT YOUR BOAT ?!?!” exclaimed Harsharn as we watched a tiny red speck bobbing in the vastness of Tasermiut Fjord. It was, and it was moving away fast, caught by the fjord wind. Panic hit and I started racing downhill.

An Teallach in Winter

An Teallach is one of Scotland’s most famous mountains, and deservedly so. Its jagged ridges, pricipitous drops and panoramic views make it an irresistable draw for hikers, but when the weather changes it can become dangerous, as we discovered!