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How to Photograph the Stars

A few simple techniques and pieces of equipment can have you taking awesome night-time photographs in a heartbeat. In this straightforward guide, we talk you through how to effectively capture the majesty of the cosmos.

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Taking Running Tips from the Cavemen

Enough with the deep analysis of every footfall. It’s time to hearken back to our roots, shed the science, and run for the sake of running.

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How to Achieve Adventure-Ready Cardio Fitness

Outdoor's tips on how to boost your cardio fitness – while keeping things fun at the same time.

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Adventure Nutrition Tips

Outdoor asks Dr Ricardo Costa about correct nutritional guidelines for adventurers about to head into the wilderness.

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10 Eco-Unfriendly Products to Avoid

Ditch these products to keep the outdoors pristine, for your adventures and your grandchildren's.

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Expedition Essentials

Huw Kingston muses on some of the things that go into organising an expedition, using his yearlong journey around the Mediterranean by kayak, foot, ocean rowboat and bike as an example.

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Planning a Long Distance Trek

Prior to huge treks by foot, there's a few things you can do to clear the path of stumbling blocks. Te Araroa veteran Laura Waters discusses her methods, from self-belief to packing light.

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Guide to Sleeping Bags: Part 2

There are so many things to consider when choosing a sleeping bag. We've reviewed a few to help you with the search.

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How to Snorkel

A tiny bit of practice, a minimal amount of gear, and you can immerse yourself in another world

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Skills: Map and Compass Reading

The old school compass, a brilliantly simple instrument, remains the weapon of choice for many outdoor adventurers.

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Exploring Tasmania's Tarkine on Foot

For those yearning to escape the rat race and delve headlong into nature, this summer there’s a new route to consider. A brand new course through the pristine takayna/Tarkine in Tasmania’s north west.

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