Adrenaline-Filled Adventures From BASE
Audiences of Adrenaline Films 1 & 2 will receive their own copy of BASE Magazine, and to get us in the mood for adrenaline-filled adventures, BASE recommend two of their stories you can read right now:
BASE is the trusted companion you turn to ahead of your next adventure. We’re on a mission to help our audience have more adventures both near and far. At BASE, we do this by providing the most inspiring stories in adventure and outdoor culture, jaw-dropping video and photography, and the most insightful analysis of adventure gear anywhere, with specific ideas and guidance for adventures rooted in reality.
Our readers are both elite and influential outdoor experts and the more casual adventure dabblers, both interested in the huge variety of adventure activities that we cover. As for us, we live and breathe adventure every day and we’re united with our audience by an appetite for new experiences, a hunger to learn and self-improve in order to better understand the world around us. And have a lot of fun doing it.
Adventure starts here...
If you’re new to BASE or maybe a returning reader, these two articles are a good representation of what you'll find.
Firstly, Pursuit of Place by Sal Montgomery. BASE Collective member and kayaker supreme Sal Montgomery famously saved adventurer Steve Backshall from meeting a watery end. In this beautiful and intimate piece now on the new BASE site, Sal recounts her own personal salvation, achieved along the wild rivers of Chile (10 min read).
Secondly, The Old Road. BASE editor Chris Hunt set off in spring last year to carve a brand new bikepacking route across southern England. The Old Chalk Way is designed to explore Britain’s most ancient highway joining the Dorset and Norfolk coasts. The captivating story of that journey has been helpfully broken down and embellished to include 4 key section descriptions, 5 komoot maps (of c100km each - perfect for a day's ride), kit suggestions and route option advice. The aim? Help BASE readers plan another amazing UK spring adventure for 2022 and help develop the story of this new route yourself (15 min read).
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