Well, with summer fast approaching in Queensland, and a flurry of ultra distance trail races on the go, it seems …
An incredible first taste of stage racing, on the Northern Territory’s “Larapinta Trail”.
Whenever the opportunity arises, try something new! A Quik edit of our first snowshoeing experience in Squamish, BC.
If you’re looking to spend just over a week in NZ, exploring trails and paddling Milford Sound – here’s your itinerary! You’re welcome.
These past six months I’ve run the most I’ve ever run, including a couple of trail marathon distances; a 50km …
Reflections on my Blackall 50. My second ultra, six weeks after Tiree, complete with more rain and a little mud!
My “Bonus Blackall” run around our beautiful local trails with friendly, familiar faces. A great day out in the Sunny …
The long edit of my incredible experience running around the Isle of Tiree.
The first short film I have produced using the GoPro Karma Grip to film! Enjoy a wee run along the beach on the Isle of Tiree.
As I sit, all rugged up, in our rental cottage, a traditional Blackhouse, on the Isle of Tiree, the woodburner …
The most fantastic weekend of over 50kms of trail running in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
Video highlights of our four days, three nights hiking New Zealand’s incredible Tongariro Northern Circuit.
An 8km trail race at Ewen Maddock Dam in 36C heat and intense stumidity. Yowsers.
Swallowed a moth; stood on a toad. My first night trail race was full of mud and good times!
“You can walk up the hills”. My first Trail “Race” – Glasshouse Trail Series, Flinders Tour 26km – July 2016.
From triathlon to trail running – checking out the Flinders 26km in 2016* * Finish line mug and burger included.
If you’re going on a multi day hike in NZ and don’t fancy carrying a tent, chances are a Department Of Conservation (DOC) Hut might be a great option
My first trail “race” since injury and my second ever! A well organised, fun and undulating 8.6km course at Bunyaville.
Camping on the Whitsundays – a magical way to experience the islands, but beware of Tiresome George licking your brekkie.
The Whitsundays are a beautiful place to paddle, but be prepared and know your own limits.