Nick Savage

Contributing editor

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, er, 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

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