Climbing at Harborough Rocks Derbyshire

Harborough Rocks Derbyshire

Most of us climbers are very keen on climbing ASAP but we still have to stay cautious and alert due to Covid-19. Of course, there is already a number of us out there climb/ boulder, keeping to the social distancing measures of course. This time we have visited Harborough Rocks which consists of some small trad climbing routes and some exciting bouldering/ free climbing problems. Very good for beginners…

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AnswerGarden: What does future food mean to you?

Starting an online course ” Future Food: Sustainable food systems for the 21st Century”. Very excited to explore more sustainable ways of supplying our generations with healthy foods, me being biased 100% plant-based 😀 I’m definitely doing to review this in few weeks time when I gather a bit more knowledge. Source: AnswerGarden: What does […]

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Mindfulness and Me

Yoga Drawing

Practising mindfulness simply means being aware of the physical and mental state of our body and mind on a daily bases, and looking deeply into what living means to us.

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Growing trad climbing gear rack as a beginner

Trad climbing gear setup for a beginner

With these new additions to my rack I can now most likely be fine on single pitch short climbs, and on any  multi pitch routs, I can always borrow a set of nuts, cams and quickdraws from fellow climbers.

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What to do if I can’t run?

Beacon Hill Topscope Longbridge Walk

I have been doing around the time it started, he have unofficially diagnose me with tibia stress fracture.
All the joys, no more running for 6 weeks, just loads ice and chill for my leg 😦
So what do I do if I can’t put much pressure or consistent impact on my left tibia …

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Road trip to Wales and climbing at Holyhead.

Trad Rock Climbing at Holyheat, Anglesea, Wales UK

With only 3 hour car journey to the North West side of Snowdonia, North Wales is the perfect place for a chilled weekend, that can be filled with climbing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, kayaking and sightseeing the amazing coast . I am very fortunate to belong in a climbers club that owns a cosy little […]

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