Jamie McDonald embarks on his biggest challenge ever - running 200 back-to-back marathons
Vallance traces his story from commander of a scientific station at Halley Bay, to manufacturing Friends, opening a climbing wall, running an outdoor store and presiding over the BMC
The Old Ways
Walking a 1000 miles or more in search of a route to the past, only to be delivered to the contemporary
How to Slackline!
Comprehensive guide to rigging and mastering the techniques of walking tricklines, highlines and longlines
This beautifully illustrated guide to uprooting the mundane in your life, written by Mr Microadventure himself
Laurence McJannet details all the basics required to get started with bikepacking or to make the leap to longer journeys
In The Year, Dave Barter resurrects the legend of the year record – a challenge nearly as old as bicycles themselves – and the cyclists who pushed themselves to establish and break it
Mud Sweat & Gears
A realistic and endearing approach to the classic but gruelling ride from Land’s End to John o’Groats
The Book of Bivvy
Learn about the history of bivvying and whether you're new to using a bivvy or have been using them for years', this book will leave you inspired for your next adventure
A modern book on the traditional open canoe and its paddling techniques from the open canoe master Ray Goodwin
One Man’s Everest
Gripping and enthusiastic autobiography by Kenton Cool - one of the greatest mountaineers of our time
A candid account of Mike Trueman, a British Army Gurkha officer who survived the Fastnet disaster and the 1996 Everest storm
Barry Blanchard charts his progress from a kid on the wrong side of the tracks to one of the most respected alpinists in the world.
A harrowing true story of adventure and survival in the Amazon rainforest
Forthright collection of stories from Steve Berry's early expeditions to the Himalaya
The hilarious adventures of the doctor and his hapless companions climbing and walking in the Scottish Highlands
Pocket First Aid
Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine provides the basic information on a multitude of medical problems but is still small enough to take with you whenever you need it.
The most comprehensive history of climbing in the Peak District published since 1966
Written by Jimmy Oden to help free skiers reach as much good skiing as possible, as safely as they can
This is the English language edition of the most popular French guidebook to the best boulder groups in the celebrated Fontainebleau climbing area
In this comprehensive guide Adrian Berry and Alan James compile a list of all the bouldering problems within the Peak District
Exhilarating tales of insane adventures from Gresham and Emmett with stunning photography to wow and inspire
180 venues, 3,200 problems. A comprehensive guide to all the brilliant bouldering in Britain. Broad scope with stunning photography
Kapp to Cape
Reza Pakravan attempts to race to the end of the Earth cycling 11,000 miles from Nordkapp to CapeTown
The Wilderness Survival Guide
You're hiking in the wilderness with a backpack full of gear and a phone to summon help, should you need it. But if you can't get a signal and you lose your pack... what then?
Planning on going out in the hills this winter? - This is the book for you, ranging from tips and tricks for navigation to advanced climbing techniques
Don’t Forget The Duct Tape
Tips and tricks for repairing and maintaining outdoor and travel gear. Give your gear a chance of new life or simply hack it into the gear of your dreams
Aiming to help all adventurers make the most of a comfortable, independent, mobile life under canvas, offering seasoned camper's tips and tricks for, and tales about, having a great time without loads of costly gear.
Chris Bonington Mountaineer
This books breaks down 30 years of Chris Bonnington's climbing with pages of wonderful photographs - an inspiration to any mountaineer