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- Interview: Mark Hines
- Guide profile: Spanish Highs
- John Muir Trust Ranger’s diary
- Perfect teamwork: A first ascent in Greenland
- British Ascent of Changabang
- Tested: James Thacker
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An Award winning photographer and writer for multiple titles, David Lintern has an extensive knowledge of digital communications and international links in the outdoors community. He lives and breathes walking, scrambling, biking and paddling, and is based in Glasgow.
Gear editor, Lucy Wallace, is based on the Isle of Arran. Lucy is an experienced winter mountain leader and member of the Mountain Leader Training Association. A dedicated outdoor blogger and owner of arranwildwalks.co.uk, Lucy has the expertise and location to test outdoor kit to its limits.
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