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SPORTS MATRIX

Our simple matrix below can help guide you to the correct Zone. Some activities such as ‘Camping’ can feature in more than one Zone but it is easy to change between Zones and check out all the information.

 

SPORT

ACTIVE ZONE

TOUGH ZONE

EXTREME ZONE

ULTIMATE ZONE

Antarctica

 

 

 

Taking part in an epic trip to Antarctica or southern islands to do sports or activities.

Arctic

 

 

 

Taking part in an epic trip to the Arctic to do sports or activities.

Camping

Camping at established sites, “Glamping”. Relaxing & peaceful time in the outdoors.

Camping in basic sites or out on the trail. Rough weather and maybe a bit of mud.

Distant remote locations, harsh climates and camping with limited equipment and facilities.

Camping a long way from anywhere, mountain peaks, deserts, arctic, and survival camping

Climbing

Indoor climbing, or simple “top rope” guided climbs outside.

Self guided (group) outdoor climbing, single pitch, straight-forward roped climbing. Bouldering.

Remote regions, complex multi-pitch climbs, long climbing expeditions. Climbing as part of mountaineering.

Free (no ropes) climbing. Solo expeditions or climbing routes. Very challenging environments.

Coasteering

 

Rocky but accessible cliffs and coastlines with calm or rough seas with open caves.

Remote coastlines, involving ropes and or climbing techniques, enclosed caves and possibly rough seas.

 

Cycling

Day rides (or a few days away) on roads without needing to carry too much kit. Cycling for exercise or commuting.

Off road mountain biking, long distance cycle touring, racing or cycling in remote locations.

Around the world cycle rides, extreme downhill biking, remote and inhospitable environments.

 

Hiking

See Walking

Day hikes or short multiday trips with light packs in moderate terrain.

Multi-day hikes in challenging terrain or environments with or without heavy packs.

Ultra long distance hikes, heavy or unusual loads to carry or hikes in remote and very challenging environments.

Jogging/Running

Any distance solo or group jogging on roads, paths or accessible countryside.

 

 

See Ultra Marathon

Mountaineering

 

Low Altitude peaks reached by walking/hiking and some easy scrambling. Day hikes or short multi-day trips.

High Altitude peaks which may involve ropes and climbing, in remote areas and/or longer multi-day trips.

Extremely high altitude peaks in remote locations or mountains with complex climbs, ice climbing, glacier traverses and hostile environments.

Swimming

Swimming in local pools, lifeguarded lakes, easy rivers or in the sea by the beach.

Wilderness swimming in remote locations; lakes, rivers.

Swimming in difficult areas such as fast flowing water, big tropical rivers, deep sea.

Swimming in in hospitable environments such as caves, freezing temperatures or under ice.

Ultra Marathon

 

 

 

Epic long distance marathons in inhospitable environments or extreme distance running over multiple days.

Walking

Getting out and about in parks, accessible countryside either solo or group. Easy to navigate.

See Hiking

See Hiking

See Hiking

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