Excitement is building across North Wales, as thousands of geocachers travel to the region ready for Mega 2016, on Saturday 6th August! As an official sponsor, Extreme North Wales has been working with the committee to promote the Mega and show the geocaching community exactly what North Wales has to offer. We will be attending
Conwy Adventurer Ash Dykes Completes World First Expedition: Traversing the Length of Madagascar Conwy adventurer Ash Dykes, has become the first person in history to successfully walk the entire length of Madagascar, from south to north, summiting its eight highest mountains on his way. Part of his training for the expedition took place in North Wales, as Ash
Average Difficulty: 1.5 Average Terrain: 1.5 Approximate Length: 2 miles If you are a geocacher looking for a relatively short and easy stroll, why not give this series a go? I would recommend downloading the caches to an offline list before you set off, as mobile signal when you get there is weak at best.
The fat bike, what is it with them large oversized tyres? Fat bikes are basically an evolution of the mountain bike. The point of having such large tyres helps with traction when the trail become very muddy, when riding on sand and on snow. Riding a bike on the snow is how the fat bike originated in
Two weekends of epic riding on the bounce. How lucky am I? Having booked onto Revolution a month in advance, you can probably guess I was quite excited in the week upcoming to the 25th October. It was going to be a day of riding bikes with a group of awesome and super outgoing female
OpenCrag is a group of committed photographers who post photos and videos about their passion across a number of social media platforms. Their regular posts have caught our eye and so of course when we noticed their exploits in North Wales recently, we just had to get in touch with them. Andy Myers got back
Located in Tywyn , on the West coast of North Wales there’s a beautiful little railway line that runs for seven and a quarter miles through the stunning Fathew valley. It’s a narrow gauge railway originally built, as were most of Wales’ narrow gauge railways, to carry slate for the nations quarries. Originally opening in
“Legend” is not a status we hand out lightly, however when you hear about Eric Jones’ achievements, you may suggest it’s not a high enough status for this incredible adventurer from North Wales. Born in 1935 and raised on a farm near Ruthin, Eric was bitten by the Adventure bug from an early age. He