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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
A small ponder along green lush woodlands, passing old oak trees and wide open spaces along south of the river where the pace is a bit slower and the wildlife from Jays to Woodpeckers awaits you around the corner.
The Swale Trail is just one example of the many fabulous bridleways that span throughout Wensleydale, Swaledale and beyond making The Yorkshire Dales National Park a great place to visit for an active family holiday.
Not far from the Lake District and visible from the same stretch of Motorway lies a small mound of hills. Names such as Winder, Brant Fell and The Calf do not capture the imagination like their loftier neighbours. Having said that, The Howgill Fells are beautiful in their own right and well worth a visit.
Jack’s Rake is a brilliant grade 1 scramble in the stunning Langdale area of the Lake District, with potential for something more for those looking for a bit of a bigger thrill or an extended adventure.
Just south-east of Inverness is a hill known as Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag. At 462m, this 10km route can be done in a morning or afternoon and gives great views over the Moray Firth and Kessock Bridge.
The Old Man of Coniston is part of the Furness Fells in the Lake District, standing 803m high, and lies to the west of the village of Coniston, and Coniston Water. OS GetOutside Champion duo, TwoTravlrs, take us across this underrated beauty of the Lakes.
Follow this medium difficulty walking route up Moel Siabod in Snowdonia with brilliant views from the summit
Helen Pollard and the Wensleydale Bike Club took a bunch of children to explore Sutton Bank - and now you can follow the adventure too!
As part of #BigBikeRevival and #BikeWeek2018, Helen Pollard takes us on an electric mountain bike route from Castle Bolton to Askrigg.
Rutland might be England’s smallest county but it’s motto of ‘much in little’ certainly holds true. Lovely scenery, plenty of wildlife, and great cycling are all on offer during this relaxing ride around Rutland Water.
James Forrest explores the very best of the Langdale Pikes in a long – but glorious – day of hiking.
Glyder Fach is one of the more underrated mountains in Snowdonia, but coupled with taking in the views of Llyn Idwal and starting from the Ogwen valley, a long summers day or even a whole weekend can be made of this stunning walk.