Tag: Up and Under

Team Up and Under member Ed Jenkins spent a week in Norway at the end of January, on his first adventure with Norwegian Ice. Read about his trip here.
 
World-renowned ocean kayaker, Freya Hoffmeister, is coming to Up and Under on the 13th February to give a talk on her adventures circumnavigating South America. We asked Freya what drives her to take on such daring challenges and how we can be inspired to do the same...
 
You never will know everything in the mountains, and the knowledge we have must be practised or will be forgotten. #teamupandunder member Mark Aston helps lead a navigation exercise with the local trail running club, and tells how, even when leading, you can always learn something.
 
#TeamUpandUnder member Mark Aston uses his lack of HRM to just enjoy running, looking at the surroundings and not keeping eyes glued to pace and HR monitors. Read about how he's found the fun again.
 
A short trip report on this years High Peak Marathon and where are they now update by former staff and #teamupandunder member Duncan Irving. Includes La Sportiva Bushido Review and Mountain Marathon equipment check list.
 
Up and Under will have a presence in one form or another at the Pentyrch Hill Race, Run, Walk, Crawl - Pembrokeshire 100 Mile Ultra and 3 Day Stage Race, Caerphilly Challenge Series - Wild Boar 2017 and the Patagonia Worn Wear Tour during late April and May. Come along to see and take part in some great events.
 
Initial review of the Raidlight Compress Seamless Calf Guards, using them for two short road runs. The results so far are pleasing, with better performance and recovery.
 
#Teamupandunder Member Mark Aston took part in the latest recce for the South Wales 100, the first quarter of the course that leaves from Cardiff. He gives us a runners view, and what you'll expect if you've entered into this fantastic race, which will also give you UTMB points.
 
The Palm FX is a low profile PFD designed for primarily river use and freestyle kayaking, but is equally at home on the sea and kayak surfing. Check out our video highlighting the features of this great BA here.
 
#Team Up and Under member Mark Aston gives a review of the the Might Contain Nuts (MCN) December ultra race, held in the Brecon Beacons. A circular loop of well known summits such as Tor y Foel and Pen y Fan, the Ultra course also takes you over Mynydd Llangynidr, past Dolygaer and Storey Arms, giving stunning views along the way - if you're lucky enough to be in condition to take the sights in.
 
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