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We want to hear about your adventures in the field to showcase some of the incredible journeys you're making every week. Tag #fuelledbyfirepot so we can share your stories with our community of like-minded enthusiasts, on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Bank holiday bikepacking in the Highlands
Over the Easter weekend, Alison Unwin and her partner set out on an impromptu cycle ride to pay a visit to the UK's most remote restaurant and the highest railway station in the UK, Corrour Station House. Lured out by last weekend's warm weather, they set off on a 120km ride over the mountains – a long way to go for two non-seasoned cyclists after a drink! Having set out on a whim, they found the outing unexpectedly challenging so were glad to have eaten well ahead of their arrival into Corrour! 

Hiking for Endometriosis
Diagnosed with endometriosis in 2012, @nicky.walks found relief by hiking in the great outdoors. She realised that sharing her experiences was the key to avoiding loneliness. Now, she runs her own hiking events in diverse UK locations with the aim of supporting other women who suffer from this condition. Nicky and her group went hiking in Edale in the Peak District on her latest meetup, each equipped with a Firepot meal. 

Winter Swimming World Championship
With the aim to raise funds for UK charities, a group of Dorset women overcoming health challenges - The Dorset Full Monties - have united to take on exciting swimming challenges along the British coastline. Coming from major health struggles like cancer, mental health and paragliding accidents, they plan to swim also the English Channel. As part of the training, they've faced below freezing temperatures in The Winter Swimming World Championship in Estonia and have chosen Firepot meals to fuel their adventures. Check out their fundraising page here.

Kayaking the Beagle Channel
When Dorset local Jonny Mutch first crossed frozen Lake Baikal in 2017, Firepot was still in its infancy. This year, he took his bike to the Beagle Channel in Tierra del Fuego - a stretch of water between Chile and Argentina which connects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. From there, he kayaked 100km from Ushuaia, the southernmost city on earth, to Estancia Harberton. Wild camping over five days, he relished a taste of home after a wet week of paddling. 

Exploring Patagonia
Scott Howes, a travel & adventure photographer has been hiking through Laguna De Los Tres, Patagonia to capture it's natural beauty for his Youtube channel. Adventures fuelled by Firepot.

Side 2 Side
To raise funds for Parkinson's UK, Stephanie Cooke intends to solo walk coast to coast across the widest part of England – from Land’s End, the most Western point, to Ness Point, the most Eastern point. Covering 520 miles and walking at least 17 miles for 30 days. Find out more here.

Highland Fling 53-mile Ultra Marathon
Paul Barr is competing in this gruelling ultra to raise funds for the Tayside Mountain Rescue Team. This is a point-to-point race along the southern section of the West Highland Way. The route follows “The Way” along Loch Lomond & through the Trossachs National Park from Milgavie to Tyndrum. Check out his fundraising page here.

Wilderness with Simon Reeve
British broadcaster Simon Reeve is back from his latest expeditions to the Congo, Patagonia, the western Pacific, and Africa's Kalahari desert in search of our planet's last remaining wildernesses. He headed to the remotest parts of the earth equipped with 50 custom-made Firepot meals for his journey. Watch the series on BBC iPlayer

Cycle to Paris... on a Beryl Bike
World record-holding stand-up paddleboarder and Dorset local, Dave Haze has just made it to Paris after a 250km / 33-hour carbon-neutral adventure, in temperatures of -4C... on a Beryl Bike. Similar to the capital's 'Boris bikes', these weigh in at 20kg each, with just three gears. He was raising money for mental health charity, Mind.

Strathpuffer 24
The Strathpuffer race is a gnarly 24h mountain bike race in the Contin Forest, on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. It's the world's only race of its kind in winter conditions, with 17 hours of darkness. The course is made up of 12.5km laps, and has a reputation for being one of the toughest MTB events in the world. With strong representation from Alpkit staff this year, the Betws-y-coed store put forward a mens' team of two and a womens' team of four, all fuelled by Firepot.

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