Ireland has its very own Adventure Festival, finally! And we’re offering Outsider readers 10% off tickets to it because, well, we love you all!
In some random news this morning, Michael Healy-Rae’s bicycle has been robbed. And he is not happy about it. He took to Twitter to vent.
This week we are loving the compact, lightweight, water resistant and toasty warm Rab Microlight Alpine Jacket. A must-have for every adventurer.
Known for its hurlers, its mad nights out and now for adventurous activities... here are all of the best things to do in Kilkenny.
The Irish adventure scene is thriving, all we were missing was was one event to encompass it all. And so the 53 Degrees North Adventure Festival was born!
Tucked away from civilisation in the Dublin Mountains sits a cabin and a bunch of boys hanging upside down from harnesses. It goes by the name of Zipit.
Heading to the Kingdom for a spot of camping? Here are all the hot spots for camping in Kerry, from wildcamping to glamping and of course the caravan parks.
Why not take a stroll along the river, in the woods and valleys of Co Kilkenny? These are some of the best walks in the county.
Athlone’s Patrick McDonnell has become the first Irish man (and second person ever) to swim the length of the Shannon. He did so in 14 days.
Sixty-three days, six hours and 25 minutes Damian Browne spent alone at sea, as he completed the 4800 km Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge rowing race.