Hannah Parry: How to adventure in London

My boots slipped and slid in the soft mud as I held out my arms for balance. The footpath rose steadily uphill in front of me with thick undergrowth on either side - white snow lay in patches where the now bright daylight had failed to reach. The path widened and suddenly I was dazzled by the low, winter sun. A frozen pond, a memorial stone and some surprised ducks greeted me at the top. Navigating the edge of the pond led me to an ideal lunchtime bench where I unpacked my picnic with a...

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Bex Dawkes: Are adventures destroying the planet?

Fresh air. Big skies. Mountain tops. Epic storms. Endless views. That’s what does it for me. Those big breath, deep sigh, wow moments. Those tiny pieces of time when you feel grounded and lifted and massive and minuscule all simultaneously. When you feel completely immersed and in awe of the world around you. When you feel really connected.

Humanity is complexly interwoven into many of the earth’s ecosystems. And yet, so often, we live as though we exist separately to the rest of...

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