the wild wanders blog.

sydney's best winter walks
As the temperature drops, Sydney reveals a whole new world of beauty and adventure waiting to be explored. Wolf Bear Collective is your trusted companion on this journey, providing durable and reliable outdoor gear that empowers you to embrace the elements. Whether it's the majestic Blue Mountains, the captivating Royal National Park, the serene Ku-ring-gai Chase, or the urban oasis of Centennial Park, let Wolf Bear Collective elevate your winter walks to new heights. So, pack your sense of adventure, don your Wolf Bear gear, and embark on an unforgettable winter exploration that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. Adventure awaits, and it's time to answer the call of the wild.
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Marni the unicorn, her story about surviving breast cancer.
As Breast Cancer Awareness month draws to a close we wanted to leave you with one last reason why supporting breast cancer research is so important… because you just never know if it will affect someone in your pack. This is our friend Marni and her incredible story of how she was diagnosed, fought and survived breast cancer…
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Mývatn, Iceland.

I can’t believe it. The sun is ACTUALLY out, the sky is actually BLUE and we have finally turned off the heating in the van, for the first time. (For the moment.)

Honestly, this country just gets better and better. We’ve walked about a thousand miles, be it black sand beaches, airplane wrecks or waterfalls taking our fancy, and we’ve driven about the same – currently headed towards the famed yet sparsely populated, or travelled, westfjordlands, having driven the east coast in its entirety over the past few days. We’ve hiked for hours up and down extinct volcano craters, through steaming fields of ancient lava, to the edges of stunning falls; we’ve bathed in geothermal hot springs (although it was about 5 degrees out and raining so… Not as terribly glamorous as it sounds I guess).

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Westfjords, Iceland.

This is the most beautiful part of the world I’ve ever visited. And you know I just don’t make statements like that. Ever.

I can only try to put it into words, and photographs will never do it justice. But, please, for me – those of you reading this, please add, “Drive the Westfjords of Iceland” to your list of shit to do before you die. I mean it; from the Great Ocean Road to the Valley of Gods, the west coast’s PCH and the great Route 66 – this place tops them all, more than marginally.

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