Berghaus Adapts aims to make the outdoors more accessible to all

Leo Houlding and Ed Jackson during their 2021 expedition to the Alps - credit Berghaus and In The Dark Productions

British outdoor brand Berghaus has announced details of a new initiative that supports the company’s vision that the outdoors should be accessible to all. Working closely with paraplegic Ed Jackson, a former professional rugby player who fractured multiple vertebrae in his spine in 2017, the brand has launched Berghaus Adapts ...

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