5 minutes with… N60° participant Piers

At IGO we are constantly in awe of the people who take on our adventures; each participant always their own story to tell and getting to know people around the campfire is always a highlight of any trip. Piers Daniell has just returned from IGO N60° in March 2018 and was interviewed by James Henderson,…

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IGO Scotland: The Recce

One of the best things about holding an event in the UK is that it’s not too far to go on a recce, so when you need to do two, there aren’t many complaints (except perhaps from those members of the team who don’t get to go…). Scotland is the prime example of an incredible…

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N60° – The Norwegian Challenge 2018 Expedition Report

Having been preparing for N60° – The Norwegian Challenge 2018 since we returned from the last one, we believed that everything was set. The camps, routes, incident plans, and local team were all set… until nature intervened. One of the joys of adventure is not knowing what challenges will be thrown at you, and this…

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We’re off to Norway!

This weekend marks the beginning of the third edition of N60°- The Norwegian Challenge and we cannot wait to get out there. The weather seems to be playing ball this year – huge snowfalls have resulted in perfect snow conditions and temperatures ranging from -5°C to 0°C means it will not be unbearably cold at night…

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Ice Road Trekkers

For the past few weeks, IGO’s very own George Bullard has been in the land of ‘Ice Pilots’, maple syrup and the ‘Ice Road Truckers’ – namely Yellowknife, NWT (North West Territories), Canada. It was the location for a training expedition which covered more than 400km along the longest ice road in the world…  View…

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5 minutes with… N60° 2017 participant Helena

Why did you decide to take part in IGO’s N60° Challenge? I wanted a clear goal to focus on for 2017, to prove to myself that I could achieve something very physically challenging but which was also very different from the usual events my friends signed up to (London Marathon etc).  I wanted an adventure…

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W114° 2017 Expedition Report

Montana; the big sky state. Famous for it’s untamed wilderness, amazing scenery and incredible night skies, it was an unforgettable location for IGO’s inaugural event in the US. We experienced warm temperatures, forest fires and even a bear sighting – yet despite this, it was a remarkable journey of camaraderie, adventure and lifelong memories. Based…

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Urban Living Panel – The Importance of Health and Well-Being

Last week, Bobby was invited to speak on a breakfast panel held at Riverside, part of the recent redevelopment of Battersea Power Station. The theme was ‘Urban Living – The Importance of Health and Well-Being’, and the other speakers were food gurus Jasmine & Melissa Hemsley, former Olympian Tim Weeks and What-a-melon founder Ollie Bolton.…

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