The true meaning of adventure?

We asked four exciting British adventurers what the word “adventure” means to them. This is what they had to say…

1. Sophie Radcliffe

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Photo | Daniel Wildey

Chamonix-based Sophie Radcliffe is a multisport adventurer and the girl behind Challenge Sophie, a blog documenting her many escapades, which include completing the world’s first Alpine Coast to Coast.

2. Geoff Harper

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Photo | Daniel Wildey

Geoff Harper is well ahead of the fat-biking trend: In 2013 he traversed the southern coast of Iceland, sticking (almost) exclusively to the beaches and for his next trick he will undertake the first fat-bike circuit of the Tour du Mont Blanc in winter.

3. Kenton Cool

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Kenton is almost a household name with his record number of Everest summits (11 and counting) including the Everest Triple Crown in 2013 (summiting Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse). 

4. Kate Tyler

Photo | Kate Tyler

Photo | Kate Tyler

Kate Tyler has been wild camping in the Lake District and surrounding area for 20 years and has finally decided to share her wisdom in blog form.

Read full interviews with each of these adventurers in issue 134 of Outdoor Adventure Guide, out now