Adventurers trust their partners with their lives, so when we head into the mountains, we do so with the best. They are listed below.
Cotswold Outdoor is the UK’s leading adventure travel and outdoor retailer. They have been supplying great quality kit for years and they’re our first port of call before any expedition. Any person traveling on our trips is entitled to 15% off their products. Please visit their online store.
Water to Go
Water to Go water bottles have a filtration system in the lid, so whether you’re trekking in Nepal or to the summit of Mt Toubkal in Africa, as long as there is a water source you won’t go thirsty. These handy bottles filter 99.9% of microbiological contaminants and if you purchase here then you’ll get a 10% discount.
Hard wearing, mountain adventure gear from the UK’s most recognisable adventure brand. Berghaus are our main partners and we quite simply wouldn’t go into the mountains without them.
Think Adventure is your online guide for adventure challenges in the UK. They have a handy guide to completing the National Three Peaks Challenge.
Mend Our Mountains
Mend Our Mountains is a campaign created by the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) and its charity, the BMC Access and Conservation Trust, which aims to raise funds to repair paths and control environmentally damaging erosion in popular walking areas.
In conjunction with a coalition of partners, including the UK’s National Parks, it has raised as much as £750,000 since early 2016 (as of March 2019) through two major fundraising appeals, supporting 21 projects in a diverse cross-section of British landscapes: from Snowdon to Scafell Pike, from the Yorkshire Three Peaks to the South Downs Way, from the arctic-alpine Cairngorms to the rolling hills of Exmoor.
As well as raising direct funds for important landscapes, Mend Our Mountains also seeks to raise wider awareness of the pressures these landscapes face, promote the physical, mental and social benefits they deliver, and work towards long-term solutions for their care and upkeep. Read more on the Mend Our Mountains website.
To help mend our mountains, donate below: