Never Run Out of Power Again with the EcoFlow Delta Pro

EcoFlow Delta Pro

A few years back, we reviewed a portable power station called the River from EcoFlow. At the time, the power station market was still sorting itself out, and there weren’t many options to choose from just yet. The River impressed us with its small, compact design, an array of outlets, and a battery that deftly … Read more

Rescue Operation for a Stranded Kayaker Cost More Than $42k

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A recent rescue operation conducted by the U.S. Coast Guard has renewed a longstanding debate over who should pick up the tab for such missions. The current conversation came about after the USCC retrieved stranded kayaker Cyril Derreumaux back on June 6. At the time, Derreumaux was attempting to paddle more than 2400 nautical miles … Read more

The Man That DJs While He Cycles


For fans of live music, the past eighteen months have been an absolute disaster. The UK is getting close to fully opening up, nightclubs and other big venues last on the list to reinstate freedom as we once knew it. There’s one man out there who took it upon himself to bring electronic sounds back … Read more

Arc’teryx Gets Woke With New Upcycled Range


There was a point in time not so long ago where people were ambiguous about whether smoking was bad for you. We eventually reached a consensus where it’s almost universally accepted that smoking cigarettes are bad for your health. Very few people would now argue in favor of smoking for a healthy long life. We’re … Read more

The Best Travel YouTube Channels In 2021


International travel is starting to become a reality for many weary travelers with itchy feet and an all-consuming sense of wanderlust. It’s time to dust off the backpack and get hyped for a future of travel that could potentially be mere months away for some of us.   In the meantime, you may require some re-education … Read more

Karakoram Climbing Season will be a Long and Difficult One

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Just as the memories of the spring climbing season in the Himalaya begin to fade, the attention of the high-altitude mountaineering community now turns to Pakistan. Following in the footsteps of the Nepalese government, the Pakistani’s are forging ahead with the summer Karakoram climbing season with the hopes of reviving its tourism sector and luring … Read more

Another Denali Incident Leaves Climber in Critical Condition

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An unroped climber has suffered a life-threatening fall on North America’s most prominent and isolated peak. 31-year old Adam Rawski from Burnaby, British Columbia, was seen taking an almost 1,000-foot tumbling fall on the Denali Pass, as seen by climbers at the high camp on the West Buttress route. The event happened at around 18:00 … Read more

Alpine Club Celebrate 100 Years Of Everest

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2021 is an important year for the outdoors community. This is the centenary year that marks the 1921 reconnaissance mission to Mount Everest. Following this were the first summit events in both 1922 and 1924. The Alpine Club will be hosting an exhibition to commemorate the missions that were the catalyst for our collective obsession … Read more