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Into The Wild

Malcolm Law: It Is When We Break That We Thrive

"When we accept that we are not unbreakable, we find the strength to turn from ordinary into extraordinary." Malcolm Law, long-distance trail runner, tells us the secrets of his highs and…

Gareth Morgan: Keep Doing It till You Can’t

He has witnessed the world through the lens of an economist, a businessman, an investment manager, a philanthropist and a leather-clad motorcycle adventurer. Now what?

Archana Sardana: Flying the World

India’s first female BASE jumper leads the way, flying well above the ground for a nation that is yet to make its mark in sports such as skydiving and BASE jumping.

Cruising Galápagos: The Land Before Time

Despite boasting some of the planet’s youngest terrain, there is a sense of the ancient about the Galápagos Islands, a remote and fragile chain of barren volcanic peaks jutting from the…

The Humpback of the Sahara: Merzouga Camel Trekking

My clothes and I had a shower at midnight in the Sahara. Conscious of conserving precious water at our camp in the desert, I decided to combine my laundry and personal ablutions. I watched…

In Cold Pursuit

The walls of my dust-covered tent shook like a toy lost in the desolate landscape, while winds screamed like an angry dragon across endless black sands. The shriek brewed with my feelings of…

Making the Connection: Bonding with Wolves in California

I stand outside the fence and take a few deep breaths, trying to remember everything I have been told to prepare myself for what I am about to encounter. Once I enter, I must drop down low…

Survival in the Serengeti

It gets dark quickly in eastern Africa, as if a great vacuum cleaner is draining the sky of light. The acacia trees of the southern Serengeti become gently swaying silhouettes against an…

The Magnetism of Fiordland

Fiordland is a magnet to me: profoundly nurturing of the restless spirit and deeply satisfying to the eye. So much so, that I find myself drawn back time and again to drink in the majesty of…

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

As wide as all the world, great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun…” ERNEST HEMINGWAY, ‘THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO’ Just below Stella Point, the first of Mount…

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