How to spot history in your OS map
Mary-Ann Ochota, OS GetOutside Champion & author of Hidden Histories: A Spotter’s Guide to the British Landscape reveals some of the most common archaeological clues you’ll spot on an OS map.
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5 of the best locations to discover in winter
As the colder weather begins to set in, the temptation may be to stay inside under a blanket, drinking hot cocoa, but that needn’t be the case. There can be something really quite special about going for a stroll in the winter months; and the views can be some of the best you’ll see.
New Forest Marque
Exploring the New Forest is an assault upon the senses – the beautiful landscapes you see throughout the National Park, the fresh air that you breathe in and the sound of wildlife you hear as you walk. But why stop there – the New Forest experience can continue with a taste of some high-quality food and drink.
Explore the spectacular sights of the Cairngorms
The Cairngorms National Park covers a spectacular area of central Scotland and provides the backdrop for a whole host of outdoor activities including walking, riding, and cycling, as well as water sports, 12 golf courses and rock climbing. But it’s not just what you do, there is a whole load just to see!