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Hypothermia Guide to download

Following on from the earlier informative piece in the Fell Runner Magazine on Hypothermia, available to read here:

The Fell Runners Association after some consultation with myself have brought out a concise pocket edition.

It is small enough to fit in a first aid kit or just to pop in your rucksack pocket. They are trying to raise awareness of the dangers of Hypothermia and to provide a better understanding of it causes and responses.

Although aimed at fell runners this is a valuable piece for all who use our hills and if it helps prevent one case then it has been worth it.

You can download this handy hypothermia guide and carry it with you on the hill.

Click the image below to download the pdf document.

Hypothermia Pamphlet download

You can download a pdf reader here if required

Navigation for Fellrunners article gets published

My latest article for navigation tips and tricks for fell runners and walkers alike has been published in the The Fell Runner Magazine Summer 2013 edition. Which is fantastic news!

If you arent a member of the Fell Running Association and don’t receive their magazine then you can read the full article in the website here…

Navigation for fell runners


Its full of basic tips so that you can get where you need to be safely.

Enjoy the hills…

EveryThingOutdoors website is now FB connected

Our website is directly connected with FaceBook allowing you to Like, Send and Comment directly on our posts. So share the love of the great outdoors with all your friends.

Big Running Weekend is Filling Up

Ian is now involved in the organisation of the Big Running Weekend’s Ultra Tour of the Peak District.

It will be the New Balance ‘Blue Ribbon’ event of the weekend.  It is also a qualifier for the North Face Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc.  A little under 56 miles of running across some of the best parts of the Dark Peak. Continue reading

8.2 Adventures for Charity Recommends Ian

Ian has guided and led many of our mountain trips and challenges over the past few years and he has proven himself to be very capable in every situation. Continue reading

Hypothermia in Fell Running

It is well known that fell runners do not like carrying heavy spare kit.  We want to feel free in the elements and be as unencumbered with kit as possible.

For most of us keeping cool on a big climb is generally more of a concern than how to keep warm.  Red faces and sweaty bodies are nature’s way of regulating our temperature Continue reading

Danger UXB on the Moors

A mountain rescue team has warned outdoor enthusiasts about the dangers of unexploded shells near a popular Peak District path.

Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team was called on Monday after a member of the public found the bomb near the Cut Gate path, which runs from Langsett to Slippery Stones at the head of the Upper Derwent Valley. Continue reading