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Meeting one of the last Himalayan muleteers - by Jeff Fuchs

Explorer and writer Jeff Fuchs meets one of the last remaining muleteers of the Tibetan Plateau, who spent more than 40 years crossing  the ancient trade routes of the Himalayas....

Exploring Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland's remotest town

Kora development athlete Roland Primus spent hours scouring satellite images on Google Earth to find the location for his next adventure. Zooming in on the east ...

How to stay motivated during a physical challenge

Whether you're climbing a mountain, tackling a triathlon or trekking across a desert, at some point during an endurance event you'll probably feel like giving up.  We asked ultra athletes,...

What to pack for a long distance bike ride

James Lambie is cycling 15,000 miles from the UK to his native New Zealand, travelling through more than 20 countries over the next few years. On his first leg of the...

What are the benefits of a Base Layer?

A base layer is the ideal product for temperature regulation as it helps you keep warm and cool down, depending on the conditions and the quality of the fibre. In...

What to pack: lightweight summer backpacking in Sweden

Kora adventurer Roland Primus and his wife Claudia headed north of the Arctic Circle to explore Sweden’s scenic Kungsleden trail last summer. They hiked 160km in five days through one...

Kora field test: a ski tour in the alps

kora development athlete Chantelle Robitaille tested out kora’s ShoLa top and leggings on a five-hour ski tour from Chamonix­ Les Praz to Le Buet. What did you wear?On top, the­...

A fly/fish expedition by Kora athlete and adventurer

I chose to wear the Shola SS Polo on this trip because the Polo, like all kora pieces, is made with Yak Wool. When I am flying from riverbeds off...