Archive for the ‘canoe’ Category
A small but doughty Team OAG took on one of Ireland’s premier outdoor events recently: the Killarney Adventure Race 2012 (KAR).
Team OAG meet up with the For Godness Shake’s team for the ultimate Adventure Racing Tips
Water, wind and one very powerful kite – all you need to know about kitesurfing
From kayak camping down to sleeping in a Bivvy – 5 Ways to go Camping Now
From gentle day tours to gnarly white water rapids, OAG’s got the low down on 8 of the best spots to get your paddle on. 1. The River Wye, Wales/ West Midlands A classic kayaker’s destination which OAG has been in love with since we first put hand to paddle. Whether you’re craving whitewater or [...]
From the mountains of the Vercors right through to the Ardèche canyon, the south of the Rhône Alpes is a haven for avid adventurers, with everything from Husky-hiking though to canoeing. Perfect for a sporting trip of your own.
OAG heads to the Scottish Highlands for an action-packed weekend of sea kayaking and mountain biking
It’s summer, the sun’s out and, thanks to Her Majesty, we’ve got quite a few days to keep ourselves occupied next week… If you’re at a loose end this Jubilee Weekend, or any other day for that matter, here’s seven last-minute outdoor adventures that’ll keep you busy until Autumn… 1. Search for treasure Well not [...]
Team OAG has scoured the UK in pursuit of those remote pubs that are hidden from the hustle and bustle of every day life but may well be on your beaten track. So ditch the car, pack your rucksack, pump your tyres, or grab your paddle and head out for one (or two) very well earned pints!
Want to get afloat this summer? Try an inflatable – they’re fast, affordable and scrunch down to fit into the average family car. We’ve been bobbing around in inflatable kayaks for a while now, and every time we sling the bag in the boot and the pump in the footwell, we marvel at how quick [...]