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We want to hear about your adventures in the field to showcase some of the incredible journeys you're making every week. Tag #fuelledbyfirepot so we can share your stories with our community of like-minded enthusiasts, on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

North West Passage Expedition

Leven Brown and his crew have set off from Baffin Island to row 2,500 miles through the North-West Passage in a single season: the last great 'first' in ocean rowing. An expedition steeped in history, they have with them a descendent of Sir John Franklin and have recently taken shelter at Fort Ross, an old trading outpost visited by explorers of the past. Read more about the expedition here.

A collaboration between The Big Hoof charity and The British Pilgrimage Trust, Fareways centres around journeys on foot and horse-back, inspiring connection to each other, ourselves and to the world around us, using ancient pilgrimage routes.

Run Pyrenees
In his latest solo adventure, British endurance runner, Jamie Ramsay, has been following the 'Haute Route' along the crest of the Pyrenees to the Atlantic Coast. While most people hiking the route complete it in 44 days, Jamie aims to finish in 18, meaning 40km days. No stranger to ultra-events, more challenging for Jamie will be the 42,000m in vertical ascent - 4.5x the height of Everest. He has chosen 24 Firepot meals to get him to the top of each peak.

Wild West Adventure
Ten veterans crossed the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Southern Colorado in July as part of the Invictus Games Foundation's ‘Wild West Adventure’. Their route took them up a 4,000m summit in the Rocky Mountains and across the tallest sand dune in North America. They carried all their kit, including extra-large Firepot meals, for seven days.

1000 miles on a paddleboard
Straight off the river from the mighty Yukon1000 race are stand-up paddleboarders Martin Rendle and Kim Foster. Forming one of just two teams from the UK to compete in this canoe race, which runs through the Canadian Arctic Circle and finishes in Alaska through some extremely remote territory, the two of them completed their course in 9 days, 7 hours and 27 minutes. They were interviewed by SUP FM about their race prep before they set off.

Running the 96 mile Jurassic Coast
This summer, Archie Rowell is running the gruelling 96-mile coastline in aid of mens' mental health charity, CALM. His aim is to complete the distance in just 36 hours. During his training, he stopped in to pay us a visit. You can find more information about his fundraiser here.

Canoeing the Tywi River for Young Minds Trust
In an attempt to raise £10,000 for Young Minds Trust, Jon Denyer is paddling the 120km long Tywi River in Wales in a Canadian open canoe. This challenge could take up to 10 days to complete, paddling for 7-8 hours per day. Jon will need to make sure he packs as efficiently as possible, so he's taking a few lightweight, waterproof Firepot meals. Find the link to his fundraiser here.

Record-breaking kayak around Britain
24 year-old Dougal Glaisher is 30 days into his attempt to break the record for the fastest kayak trip around the coast of mainland Britain. The record currently stands at 67 days, and is fraught with challenges: tidal flows, dangerous crossings through busy shipping lanes, and all whilst getting to grips with a recent diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes. Keep an eye on www.dougalsepicadventure.com/ as he edges closer to the 2,000 mile mark.

Summer adventures on and around Skye
Bristol-based adventure and food blogger, Janine Alexander recently travelled to Scotland to kayak around the islands of Raasay and Rona (a 90km paddle). Without the option to stop en route to refuel, Janine took Firepot meals with her, and will continue on to summit the Pinnacle Ridge in the Cullins. Follow along on Instagram.

Craig Allen - Race Across Scotland on the Southern Upland Way for Dementia UK
The 215-mile challenge will be his biggest test yet, particularly as he has several food allergies which make avoiding palate fatigue and managing nutrition difficult. He can trust Firepot's tasty, allergen-free meals. Toasted Banana Porridge and Posh Baked Beans will definitely be featuring on the menu! Find the link to his page here.

The BTU Jungle Ultra 2023
Fitness coach John Belton has finished the Beyond the Ultimate Jungle Ultra in second position. Facing ascents of over 5,000m, 100% humidity and temperatures of 30+ celcius in the Peruvian Amazon, it's no wonder that only 20% of runners have crossed the finish line in the event's history. John lived off Firepot's Barbecued Pulled Pork throughout this five-stage race, alongside friend Spencer Matthews, who clocked in third. 

Cycling America: The TransAmerica Trail in 60 days:
Sarah is cycling across the US to raise money for Rape Crisis - the link to her page can be found here. This 4200+ mile challenge will push mental and physical limits, so good nutrition will be key, which is where a few hearty Firepot meals come in handy.

ITV's This Morning picks Best Camping Gear
In the aftermath of Covid, television network, ITV bought a forest of ancient woodland as part of its bid to "go green". In today's This Morning broadcast, presenter Alice Beer selected her top camping gear for those heading out to the wild this summer, including a range of Firepot's "nutritionally brilliant" meals in 100% compostable packaging. You can view the clip here, 6:55' in.

30 miles barefoot along the SW Coastal Path
11 year-old Megan Bruijns from Dorset is fundraising to help a friend whose family were pushed into hardship by the pandemic. She set herself the challenge of walking from Weymouth to Lyme Regis barefoot over the course of five days, using Firepot along the way. You can read more about her moving story and donate to her cause here

Restoring montane woodland to the Cairngorms
Mar Lodge Estate in the Cairngorms is Britain’s largest nature reserve, with over 29,000 hectares of pine forest, moors, wetlands and munros. This week, Treesurv Woodland Management, whose aim is to restore ancient and rare montane woodland, is planting 4,000 trees here. Camping at 600m above sea level and a four hour hike from the nearest road, their team of five will be sustained by Firepot in the evenings.