Trespass #DoSomethingWild

Have you ever dreamed of visiting the Northern Lights? Well, thanks to Trespass you have the chance to WIN an all-expenses-paid trip for two people to the Northern Lights in 2019 – yep, that includes travel, accommodation, food, expenses – everything!

One lucky winner will take an equally lucky friend or family member on an all-expenses-paid trip of a lifetime to Karesuando in Sweden.  The winner will stay in either a cosy hotel or traditional log cabin on Scandanavia’s official Northern Lights Route.

The full package includes:
  • Return flights (from select UK airports) and airport transfers
  • Full-board accommodation
  • Thermal suits and boots
  • Northern Lights Forest Task
  • Reindeer Camp
  • Call of the Wild Husky Safari
  • Northern Lights Snowmobile Safari
  • Snowshoe Introduction
  • …and £500 spending money!

I am well and truly gutted I cannot enter this competition, but if any of you guys win… I totally wouldn’t mind chumming you on the trip!

So here is the challenge – Trespass want us to go outside and #DoSomethingWild. I ran to the nearest river and launched myself in, but this could be anything. Climbing a hill, doing a handstand, a dip in the sea, indoor climbing, outdoor climbing… whatever it is just remember to snap a picture or video.

To enter, here’s what you need to do
– follow me on Instagram @ronamcmillan
– follow @trespass on Instagram
– post a photo of your daredevil skills
– tag trespass and #dosomethingwild
– for an extra entry challenge someone else to #dosomethingwild (for T&Cs head to @trespass bio)

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I am so excited to see what everyone gets upto over the next few months (you have until January 7th) to enter the competition. If you are struggling for inspo I will be posting lots of entries on my Instagram story @ronamcmillan.

GO WILD (but please be safe – don’t go wild swimming alone or in dangerous places).

 

 

Rheign Clothing Review

I first stumbled upon Rheign on Instagram a few months ago when I saw a picture of someone wearing that incredible aqua blue half-zip top (which just happens to be my favourite colour). After checking out their website I realised Rheign is in fact a really small independent company run by designer, owner and model Hazel Whatley – and all of the products are designed in Scotland. Fast forward to now… and I’m dressed head to toe in Rheign with another 7 items in my online basket!

Technical Half Zip - Pale Aqua

Since this top arrived last week I’ve worn it on three separate occasions. I wore it alone on a hill walk, I wore it as a base layer (for extra warmth) out on rescue boat duties last Sunday and I’ve worn it out for coffee – because as well as being technically brilliant for outdoor activities, it just looks really good.

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Best features

  • Flexible fabric – the top has a four-way stretch system for maximum movement
  • The technical fabric is breathable and took moisture away from my skin which kept me cool while walking, and warm on the boat.
  • Quick dry formula – always handy
  • Sewn with flat-seams for anti-rub
  • Thumb holes to retain sleeve position during wear – I think this would be so handy for skiing
  • Long body and sleeves – which is such a saviour for 5ft10 me!

I ordered a size small (which would fit anyone who is a size 8-10 on top).

Also available in many other colours – Technical Half-Zips

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Leggings - Grey/Aqua

I generally find leggings are not that flattering on me – I keep them for the gym and usually wear shorts or walking trousers when I’m outdoors. My other issue with leggings for the outdoors is that they stick to you when your sweaty/damp and because they’re usually made with non breathable fabric they just rub away at your skin. My point is, these leggings are made in the same fabric as the half zip so they take away that moisture from your skin – keeping you cool, dry and comfortable. And not to blow my own trumpet, but I think these are actually flattering on me.

I also got these in a size small – and they fit perfectly around the waist. They’re maybe a tiny bit short on the leg for me, but I don’t mind that at all.

Also available in lots of other lovely colours Leggings

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Supersoft Crewneck - Aqua

And finally, the snuggest jumper to cosy up in post adventure. This crewneck is as it says on the tin, it really is SO soft. Fleecey inside, chunky and warm. It’s the perfect thing to put on after you’ve been out in the cold all day – you get back to the car, strip off all your damp kit and snuggle up in this. Sounds good doesn’t it?

Again I got mine in a size small – it fits perfectly and I’m thinking about ordering one in a larger size too for slouching around in. Does anyone else do this? Shop Crewnecks.

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The price point for Rheign is incredibly reasonable – for a quality product from a small company I generally expect to pay a bit more, and I wouldn’t say any of these products are overpriced. I am a strong believer in ‘getting what you pay for’ as well as ‘buy less for more’ and it will last longer. Overall I am really pleased with the design and quality of my Rheign items and after wearing them this week I feel they are robust enough to last me years.

Thanks for reading - 


Rona x

Keep up with my latest adventures at @ronamcmillan

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