WildBounds contributor Carrick Armer heads to the Russian/Finnish border for the Red Fox Adventure Race – 400 km of kayaking, trekking, and mountain biking plus a few abseils, cable traverses and zip-lines just to keep things interesting.
Well away from the clubs and crowds of the south, the north of Ibiza feels like another island entirely. Here a rugged coastline and stunning vistas set the backdrop for chilling out and checking out this wild part of the Balearic islands.
The raw beauty of Greenland's glacial tundras and ice-strewn fjords has to be seen to be believed – the edges of this land of the midnight sun are best explored as the locals have for thousands of years - by kayak.
From gentle white water rollers, to near perfect barrels and thumping reef breaks, the Algarve has it all - and being situated on the corner of the Iberian Peninsula means it has the widest swell window in Portugal.
An unsupported bikepacking journey to Southern Morocco unveils a surprise at every turn, where vast peaks of the High Atlas produce sub-zero temperatures and its people relish every opportunity to show kindness.