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A collection of resources, articles and advice on adventure topics.


Advice for getting sponsored, tips on fundraising and a huge list of expedition grants.


Articles, stories, links and events for long-distance trail running and ultra-marathons.

Ocean Rowing

Tips and links for anyone considering rowing the Atlantic, Pacific or Indian Oceans; where to buy boats, ocean rowing events and more.


Resources for the Arctic and Antarctic, and North and South Pole expeditions.


Outdoor, wild and cold water swimming resources, advice, where to swim and links to famous swimmers.


Adventurers, blogs, articles and books that have inspired and encouraged me over the years.


Practical advice and resources for long-distance adventure cycle touring.


The Database of Long Distance Cycle Journeys. Probably the largest cycle touring data set in the world.



More Articles…

I have a large collection of my own articles available which may help you plan an expedition or get motivated.

(includes ‘How To’ Guides and Top Tips from the experts)



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How to Get to the North Pole:

and Other Iconic Adventures

I have published a booked call How to Get to the North Pole and Other Iconic Adventures which is a collection of seven detailed ‘How To’ guides. You can read short extracts from each of the chapters for free online.

The book is available as a paperback for £10 and Kindle ebook for £5. Individual ebook chapters will soon be on sale for £0.99p. Read more here.

How to Get to the North Pole book

  • Top 10 Best Seller on Amazon’s Discory & Exploration
  • “Highly recommended” – Adventure Travel Magazine
  • Foreword by Sir Ranulph Fiennes
  • Endorsed by Bear Grylls
  • 100% five-star reader rating

Seven classic expeditions:

Row an ocean, cycle the world, unclimbed mountains and more…



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