The Iconic Adventure Guide
Seven detailed expedition guides in one book.
Learn how to Row an Ocean, Cross a Desert, Cycle Around the World, Climb an Unclimbed Mountain, Get to the North Pole and more.
With a foreword by Sir Ranulph Fiennes and contributions from more than 50 other top explorers.
“The perfect resource” – Bear Grylls
Now an Amazon Bestseller!
How To Cycle Around The World
The beginner’s guide to tackling the world on a bike.
Everything you need to know about cycling around the world. Based on:
- 18 months’ research.
- 13,000 miles cycled around the world.
- 10 years experience in the expedition industry.
- Detailed quantitative data from 229 long-distance cyclists.
- The book ‘How to Get to the North Pole: and Other Iconic Adventures’.
How To Cross A Desert
Everything there is to know about modern desert expeditions.
The only practical guide to actually completing a desert expedition in modern times.
How much water do you need to drink to survive? Where do you buy a camel from? How hot do deserts get and are they really cold at night?
How To Climb An Unclimbed Mountain
Where to find them. How to claim them.
The definitive guide for finding and climbing the world’s unclimbed peaks.
- Where to find them and how you know they’re unclimbed.
- Practical steps from beginner to summit glory.
- Basic elements of mountaineering explained in simple, layman’s terms.
Now used by the BBC and British Mountaineering Council.
How To Get To The North Pole
The definitive guide to all the North Pole options.
A complete explanation of all the different approaches to gaining the North Pole from ski and foot, to sled and plane.
Includes a guide to all four different North Poles and how to get to them.
All the risks and dangers are explained with advice on training and preparation along with detailed costings for all types of expedition.
With The Sun On Our Right
Tim & Laura Moss’ account of cycling 13,000 miles around the world.
Tim and Laura Moss spent 16 months cycling through 27 different countries around the world.
They pedalled at -15 through an Iranian winter and +40 in Arabia. They stayed with a Greek monk and Thai Bhuddists, at an Orthodox nunnery and inside Turkish mosques. They crashed at high speed, broke their bikes in the mountains, cycled through an Iranian nuclear facility and got chased by airport security.
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