It was a dazzling winter’s day in the Brecon Beacons – the kind only too rare in this often misty, rain-lashed corner of Wales. When the sun does eventually show its face in these parts, hikers pounce on it with urgency, ditching all prior arrangements to don walking boots and hit the trail. I couldn’t resist joining them. A few atmospheric clouds lingered above the looking-glass waters of the Neuadd Reservoir, the trailhead for the big one: the Brecons horseshoe ridge walk.
The Aosta Valley (Valle d’ Aosta) is situated in the north-west of Italy, in between France and Switzerland, and is Italy’s smallest region. But don’t be fooled, it may be small, but it makes up for its size with unforgettably giant mountains. In fact, the Aosta Valley is home to the highest (and most famous) peaks in the Alps – the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and the mighty king himself Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe measuring a whopping 4,810m in height.
Snowdon, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike… Whatever you’re attempting to climb, you need to make sure you’re fuelled right throughout the day. Here, TRIBE co-founder Rob Martineau outlines the ultimate fuel plan for your hike. Nutritionists say it’s the most important meal of the day and yet most of us skip it, or fill ourselves with sugary cereals. If you’ve got eight hours of hiking ahead of you, you need a good breakfast. These are my go-to options:1.
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