Nick Savage

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In case it wasn't clear from his accent, Nick grew up on an island off the coast of Maine, but he's since lived in Edinburgh, New York, Berlin and Greenland, where he worked on resupply expeditions for the National Science Foundation. He currently resides in London, where he spends the majority of his life finding excuses to escape the city in search of the world's best trekking, running, cycling, splitboarding, climbing, kayaking and sailing destinations, fuelled by a passion for the outdoors he'll share with anyone who asks.

Nick Savage's articles

Cold feet: racing the Montane Cheviot Goat ultramarathon

During a winter mountain ultramarathon on the border of Scotland, Nick Savage examines why runners are testing the limits of human endurance and learns just how chilly it can get in the United Kingdom

Kenya: sun, sea and solo safari

Kenya is one of the world’s most captivating countries, a melange of ocean, jungle and savannah. Nick Savage experiences the full sweep on a journey across three destinations

The Escapism guide to Ubud, Indonesia

Keen to introduce his daughter to the land of her parentage, Nick Savage takes a trip to Ubud that mixes world-class hospitality and yoga with local food and a touch of adventure

A walk on the wild side: safari guide training in South Africa and Botswana

We join Natucate in the bushveld of southern Africa to learn what it takes to become a safari guide

High Five: Dave Ryding

Dave Ryding is the most successful British alpine ski racer in the history of the sport. We sit down with the athlete and learn more about what makes him tick, his journey from Pendle Ski Club to the Kitzbühel podium, and the five mountains that made his career.

Beaverbrook, Surrey: hotel review

Looking for a weekend getaway that leans luxury? Country house hotel Beaverbrook in Leatherhead, Surrey serves up history and hospitality with old-school panache

In it for the long run: luxury fitness in Mauritius and Crete

Zoom in on the snarled jungles of Mauritius and the rocky coasts of Crete, and you’ll find two hotels helping to define the growing world of luxury fitness. In preparation for an ultra-endurance race, Nick Savage visits both islands

Hellbent on Bora Bora: The Hawaiki Nui Va'a Canoe Race

A multi-stage canoe race in The Islands of Tahiti reveals a culture that fiercely clings to its traditions and an archipelago that's more than just a pretty face

Db Ramverk Pro carry-on suitcase

The Db Ramverk Pro carry-on suitcase is the perfect blend of form and function

Sir Ranulph Fiennes on life lived to the fullest

Walk on the wild side with Sir Ranulph Fiennes, named the world's greatest living explorer

Wild Rwanda: Kayaking Lake Kivu and climbing Mount Karisimbi

A trip to the jaw-dropping natural landscapes of Rwanda’s Lake Kivu, Mount Karisimbi and Volcanoes National Park reveals not only a quintessential adventure destination, but one whose young population is reinventing its identity

Don't choose your own adventure in Quinta do Lago

Check your planning at the door and get ready for a surprise itinerary with Quinta do Lago's surprise package. Check out our thoughts on the experience

HOKA Speedgoat V trail runners

For a pair of trainers that can go the distance, look no further than HOKA's iconic Speedgoat Vs

The loneliest bear: exploring Greenland's High Arctic

From towering glaciers and icebergs to encounters with Greenlandic Inuit hunters, the Wolstenholme Fjord is an otherworldly environment, where our writer has a haunting encounter with a young polar bear

Fastpacking the Snowdonia Slate Trail

With its rich history, abounding natural beauty and rugged, untouched splendor, Wales’s Snowdonia Slate Trail provides an opportune backdrop for world-class fastpacking, as well as some much-needed reflection in the wake of a painful loss

Timberland x We Go Outside Too Greenstride Motion 6 hiking boots

For a piece of adventure gear that gives back, look no further than the Timberland Greenstride Motion 6 boots, in collaboration with outdoor initiative We Go Outside Too

Where to go in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

For a US ski getaway, a taste of snow-capped cowboy culture puts Jackson Hole in Wyoming right in the mix alongside the US and Canada’s big-hitting destinations

Wild, wild country: kayaking and hiking in America's Pacific Northwest

Nail-biting white water with stomach-turning drops, steep inclines through verdant forests and bucolic mountain ridges – we discover a world of adventure on a voyage through the region

The best camping equipment for festivals and camping trips

Whether you're taking your tent to a buzzy festival or a solo wilderness getaway, here's our pick of the best camping equipment and accessories for the summer and beyond

Dragons, temples and island-hopping in Indonesia

As Indonesia opens up thanks to new flight routes, we meet giant, prehistoric lizards and explore untouched Buddhist temples on the island of Komodo