Archive for February, 2012
From Chester to Chepstow, Cardiff Bay to Colwyn Bay the River Dee to the Severn Estuary, big things are happening in Wales as the brand-spanking new Wales Coastal Path will covers the entire length of the Welsh coastline. Yep, that’s right, all 870 miles of it. And it’s due to open in just two months [...]
We’ve been bombarded with assault course promising to push us to our physical limit recently – from new craze Tough Mudder to the classic Iron Man. But now the Royal Marines are offering up their own rival; Operation Commando.
Got an old guide book lying around at home? There’s good news if you’re the lucky owner of a Cicerone guide book.
Here at OAG we’ve been big fans of the Shewee since the beginning, which is why we we’re thrilled to read that the manufacturers have been rewarded with the much coveted accolade of Waste Management Company of the Year 2012 for their ingenious Shewee-inal.
February in La Plagne – hard to think of anything but snow, skiing and Vin Chaud. But this weekend its all about crampons and ice towers as the Ice Climbing World Cup hits the ski resort of La Plagne.