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Our Culture+Wildlife Issue is out!

It’s time to plan for the long year-end break! This issue’s theme is ‘wildlife and culture’, combining the best in cultural and wildlife themes. Check out historical forts and gigantic vultures in Spain, or experience Inuit hunting and whale spotting in Greenland. But that’s not all our latest issue offers – from Chile to Komodo to New Zealand, we’ve got you covered on the ground.

Plus, in this issue we have a special publication on “Beer Cycling in Flanders“, an introduction to two of the region’s famous icons: beer and cycling.

Pick up our free mag now (check locations here) or read online!

Hilarious Finalists Of The 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Batuangus Nature Reserve, Indonesia © Katy Laveck Foster / CWPA / Barcroft Images

The finalists for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have been revealed, and they are as hilarious as usual.

There were more than 3,500 entries from 86 countries, with a total of 40 finalists announced, ranging from penguins going to church to a pair of monkeys zooming off on a motorcycle.

The winners will be announced on December 14. Which is your favourite?

2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Final 40

Three king penguins approach the only church on South Georgia Island © Carl Henry / CWPA / Barcroft Images

2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Final 40

Baby Dormouse on a yarrow flower in Monticelli Brusati, Italy © Andrea Zampatti / CWPA / Barcroft Images

2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Final 40

Outsourcing Seatbelt Checks © Graeme Guy / CWPA / Barcroft Images

2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards - Final 40

WTF? © George Cathcart / CWPA / Barcroft Images

Issue 78 | Nov/Dec 2017 | Wildlife+Culture Issue

Our Wildlife+Culture Issue is out!

It’s time for the end-of-year holidays, and whether you’re a culture vulture, or a wildlife wanderer, we’ve got you covered. This issue’s all about visiting culturally-rich areas that happen to also have abundant wildlife: from Pyrenean Spain’s medieval forts and giant vultures, to Greenland with its strong Inuit culture and Arctic creatures, and many more, we’ve got you covered.

Read our issue online here if it doesn’t appear below.

Read this issue’s special publication on “Beer Cycling in Flanders“, an introduction to two of the region’s famous icons: beer and cycling. Check it out here if it doesn’t appear below.

Biohacking a bulletproof lifestyle: for beginners

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You may have heard of the Bulletproof lifestyle, but even if you haven’t, you’ve probably heard of the weird trend of butter coffee – a trend that Dave Asprey (the creator of the Bulletproof lifestyle) brought back from his trip to Nepal where he was enamored with yak butter coffee.

So, what is the ‘Bulletproof lifestyle’ exactly? If you haven’t heard of it, it’s pretty much similar to many of the dietary principles out there: a ketogenic diet of low carbs, combined with intermittent fasting, and of course, butter coffee.

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South Africa in Autumn

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South Africa, popular on almost every traveller’s bucket list, is a great place to visit at any time of the year but this September promises to be particularly special. Beyond iconic experiences like the Kruger National Park, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, and the Durban beaches, there’s a whole lot more going on this time of the year.

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Banff on foot, horseback or skis

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@ Paul Zizka

Located about 130km west of Calgary, Banff is Canada’s first national park, designated in 1883.

While summer is popular for hiking, mountain biking, photography, and climbing, the best time to view its seasonal colour is during autumn when the larch trees – the only coniferous trees to lose their needles in winter – turn yellow. In winter, it’s a mecca for downhill and cross-country skiing with its 3 major ski resorts; ski season runs from November to May, and in addition to skiing, you can go ice walking, snowshoeing, and dogsledding.

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Wales: MTB haven

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@ Visit Wales Image Centre

From the craggy peaks of Snowdonia to the lush green hills of the Brecon Beacons, Wales may not have soaring mountains, but its undulating landscape does have it all when it comes to mountain biking. As such, there are between 500km to 600km of purpose-built spectacular singletrack all across Wales, complete with all-weather trail centres, freeride hotspots, bike parks, and wild natural tracks. It’s definitely a hotspot for MTB riders.

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Soaring Ambitions: Climbing Concordia

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Described as the “throne room of the mountain gods”, Concordia – named after Place de La Concorde by Frenchman Martin Conway who was exploring the area in 1892 – is located near the border of Pakistan and China. Situated where the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin Austen Glacier meet in a natural amphitheatre, it provides a 360° panorama view of four of the world’s 14 peaks above 8,000m within a radius of 21km.

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Sep/Oct 2017 Issue Out Now!

cover65Our Mountain Issue is out!

It’s time for our Mountain Issue! From low-lying mountains to soaring peaks, we’ve got them all covered. Plus, in addition to trekking, we’ve got a variety of activities you can do at some of these mountainous locales – whether it’s cultural explorations, nature watching or mountain biking, we’ve got them covered in places like Wales, Canada and Ecuador.

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Top Fitness Myths

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By Jethro Wegener

There is so much information about fitness out there, with plenty of sources telling you what is right and what is wrong. However, not all of it is true. Some commonly held beliefs are actually wrong. Here are some top myths.

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