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Ride Scotland’s North Coast 500

03/07/2020 Escape

Ride Scotland’s Romantic Highlands

The Highlands are remote and temperate, a boon for nature watchers. Red deer travel these lands at dusk and dawn, with sheep and other livestock appearing mutely by the roadside with regularity; keep your eyes peeled for the hairy Heilan coo, an often dun-colored local cow. Guy Weress guides a magical journey through Highlands as told in Ride Out!
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Saving The Oceans

29/06/2020 Escape travel

A New Wave of Surfing Sustainability

Cornwall-based Finisterre has set out to tackle the plastic choking our oceans—a global phenomenon that they are committed to solving through their innovative approach to outdoor clothing development. The cold water surfing brand discusses sustainable practices in The New Outsiders.
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Bookstores Rewrite Communities

19/06/2020 architecture & interior Escape visual culture

Bookstores Rewrite Communities

More than just what you see on the shelves, bookstores have the power to be the pulse of neighborhoods and dictate the discourse of cities. They bring communities together. A place for the young and elderly, curious and creative-where everybody is welcome. Fiona Killackey explores how they cultivate community through Do You Read Me?
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A Surfing Idol Formed By Water's Magnetism

17/06/2020 Escape

A Surfing Idol Formed By Water's Magnetism

Raised between Michigan and Texas, Nique Miller never considered surfing until she moved to Hawai‘i on an athletics scholarship. Already at university age, she found her calling in the water and is driven to make up for lost time-her goal is to become the first AfroLatin champion. Lauren L. Hill delves in more through She Surf.
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An Ancient Mud Mosque Annually Restored

16/06/2020 Escape

An Ancient Mud Mosque Annually Restored

Djenné, a town of about 35,000 in the central region of Mali, is famous for its traditional mud-brick architecture and its UNESCO-protected mosque. Once a year the town comes together to restore the mosque ahead of crépissage. The ancient tradition has been kept alive by locals and preserved through all generations.
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Babara 'Babsi' Zangerl: The Woman Who Made History On El Capitan

03/06/2020 Escape

The Bold and The Boulder: El Capitan's History Maker

At 31 pitches and almost 3,000 feet (900 meters), Magic Mushroom was long considered the hardest route on El Cap until the Dawn Wall was climbed in 2015. It took Austrian Barbara 'Babsi' Zangerl the best part of 11 days to complete the line, battling her own personal cruxes alongside her climbing partner. When she reached the top, she made history.
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