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Wild Guide to Conwy & Llandudno

Wild Guide to Conwy & Llandudno

To celebrate Wild Guide to Wales featuring as the April issue of Adventurous Ink we are publishing an exclusive chapter, to demonstrate immense amount of experiences packed into every page.
April 20, 2018 — tim frenneaux
Returning to the Mountains

Returning to the Mountains

I have developed an uneasy relationship with the mountains, largely due to an accident I had in Chamonix three winters ago... Eventually, I could not resist the pull; their raw, unforgiving and slightly sinister beauty.
March 24, 2018 — tim frenneaux
A smugglers getaway with Coastal Exploration Company

A smugglers getaway with Coastal Exploration Company

There is silence as we eat. It’s the best meal I had in 2017
(and I review restaurants).
March 08, 2018 — tim frenneaux
Dealing with loss through a shared love

Dealing with loss through a shared love

Yesterday was exactly a year to the day that my dad passed away. In all honesty, I wouldn't have known if I hadn't been told. 
February 24, 2018 — tim frenneaux
Three things you should know about skiing in Scotland

Three things you should know about skiing in Scotland

We knew powder snow wouldn’t be on the cards. It would be like asking for a vintage bottle of 1921 Dom Pérignon champagne in a Blackpool bingo hall.

Our expectations were never that unrealistic.

But the conditions were wonderful all the same. The snow had a sublime Goldilocks quality to it: not too firm; not too soft; but just right.

December 15, 2017 — tim frenneaux
6 months on a Polar Bear infested island

6 months on a Polar Bear infested island

I have never learnt this much in such a short amount of time. Living on a remote island is very different than living on the mainland! We have no cars, only two tractors. I have learnt how to shoot with a rifle and to use safety precautions in regards to polar bears.
December 08, 2017 — tim frenneaux
The hometown tour with Swedish sustainable heritage brand Klattermusen

The hometown tour with Swedish sustainable heritage brand Klattermusen

The changing attitudes toward sustainability in wider society have made it easier for people to understand the position Klattermusen has taken for over 40 years that sustainability holds much deeper values than just a solid construction.
November 24, 2017 — tim frenneaux
The plastic tide is a symptom of a sickness in society: Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm

The plastic tide is a symptom of a sickness in society: Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm

We are trading 2 minutes of convenience today for the health of our planet. But the fact is, the planet will survive. This isn’t about the planet. Its about people.
November 22, 2017 — tim frenneaux
Discover Cymru's founder on community, creativity and responsibility

Discover Cymru's founder on community, creativity and responsibility

Choosing what to feature is a constant challenge. I try to post new photographers where possible, and I’ll always post a less known location over one of the classics. I have two objectives with selection; helping people discover new locations and helping great photographers get the recognition they deserve.
November 20, 2017 — tim frenneaux
Welsh waters afterglow

Welsh waters afterglow

I am unconcerned with distances, times and temperatures and swim for my creativity. For time and space away from distractions. I find the water gives me a great clarity of thought.
November 15, 2017 — tim frenneaux