British Walking Festivals 2018
From family-friendly strolls, informative treks with local experts or a long-distance challenge, there's a walking festival for everyone in Britain in 2018
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Taking on the Three Peaks Challenge
More than ever, people are getting outside, escaping their comfort zones and heading into the unknown to take part in one of the many outdoor challenges the UK has to offer. Whether it’s for a good cause, or just for the sheer sense of achievement, these challenges offer not only a real physical test, but also an unforgettable adventure, often in Britain’s most beautiful settings.
Discovering stories in Great Missenden for Britain's 100 favourite walks
On a chilly autumnal day, we headed over to Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire to get involved with the filming of a walk for ITV - Britain’s Favourite 100 Walks. The theme of the walk was famous children's author Roald Dahl, who lived and wrote his books in Great Missenden for 36 years.
GetOutside in 2018
There’s nothing more motivational and inspiring than the New Year. Whether your list of 2018 ambitions includes spending more time with the family, having more adventures, or getting out into the great outdoors more regularly, you have a diary that needs filling with things to do to make those goals a reality. Here’s our suggestions of how to spend your time in the British countryside in 2018.
Walk 1000 miles in 2018
The new year is like a fresh page in a new notebook- it’s time to set your goals, realise your ambitions and start new adventures. There’s something quite revitalizing about a new start, and whether you’re setting resolutions or not, January presents the perfect opportunity to plan the next 12 months that lie ahead and take on new challenges.
11 Ways to Spruce Up the New Years Day Walk
It’s easy to feel like the family festive walk is an ordeal that has to be suffered, rather than a pleasurable way to spend time outside. But if you make it out you’ll reap the benefits – fresh air, a bit of time away from screens, and some gentle (or vigorous!) exercise can ease the strains of the holiday season. Instead of arguing or getting stressed, get outside instead! Here are my favourite ideas to beat the winter blues and transform a boring winter walk into a fun-filled mini-adventure: