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Hiking the UK’s hardest trail

The Cape Wrath Trail, or CWT, is an almost 400km long-distance route from Fort William to the lighthouse at the...

An Ode to the AGM

An Ode to the AGM: Love democracy Debate, elections, and fun Lasted too long though In all seriousness, this is...

Trekjavík and Icelandic Adventures

Iceland, a place like nowhere else I’d ever been before. Arriving to a rather grey and barren landscape with a...

A Guide to UBES

Some pearls of wisdom from current and past UBESters to guide the new generation of members on their epic UBES...

The myth of #outsideisfree, and recognising privilege

The myth of #outsideisfree, and recognising privilege

  Although I hold up my calloused climber hands and confess that I often use the hashtag #outsideisfree on my...

An Erasmus student’s inside view of UBES

Last term, I spent four and a half months in Bristol doing my Erasmus exchange. Being part of the Expeditions...

No plan Norway: Shackleton, unshackled

No plan Norway: Shackleton, unshackled

In June, Zoë and I took a relatively spontaneous trip to Norway for some hiking. We booked the flights and...

Learnings from Bavaria, one month in

Griaß eich aus Baiern! For those of you new to UBES, you won’t have met me: I’m on a year...

Mountain noob to solo hiker: an adventure in the Lake District

Mountain noob to solo hiker: an adventure in the Lake District

Before joining UBES three years ago, the only map I knew how to use was Google Maps. I’d been up...

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