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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
Pennington to Hurst Castle Loop. Just under 10 miles of easy going bike trail, quiet roads and shingle/pebble beach. A great all year ride, suitable for families however the final spit section maybe a challenge for smaller legs and wheels.
Taking on 288 miles/461km of cycling, Kate Jamieson takes us on her adventure from Falmouth to London along The Trafalgar Way.
Public transport accessible walk taking in two peaks – Lose Hill and Mam Tor. Sweeping views, rocks for fun photos, possible pooh sticks and the option to descend to Edale village for refreshments.
OS Champion Tracy Purnell takes us on a half day circular walk across Llyn y Fan Fach and Llyn y Fan Fawr in the Brecon Beacons National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog).
The Dragons Back walk starts in the small village of Pengenffordd within the Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) National Park. It boasts fantastic views of the surrounding country side and the beautiful Black Mountains.
Helen Pollard thinks more women should cycle. She takes us on a route around Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales to encourage us to #GetOutside on our bikes either solo or with family.
Preston Docks are a popular running and walking spot, with the street lighting making the route suitable for night time antics as well as those morning strolls.
As a child, I spent so many evenings after school having picnics and rowing around Lulworth Cove in a dinghy with my parents. I walked across Lulworth Ranges to Worbarrow Bay regularly and so it’s safe to say I have grown up with a love of the area.
OS GetOutside Champion, Scott McAlister, explores Malham Cove and Gordale Scar in the Yorkshire Dales, voted in at number 3 on ITV's Britain's favourite 100 walks.
OS GetOutside Champion, Jack Anstey, takes us on a short, steep walk with some of the most rewarding and spectacular views the Lake District has to offer.
OS GetOutside Champion, Helen Pollard, takes us on a great Mountain Bike (MTB) route used as part of the delivery of MTB leadership training to Phoenix House staff in collaboration with Cycling UK.
Laying between Bamford and Edale (at the foot of Kinder Scout), it makes for a perfect, easily extendable half-day walk with good views, which can happily end in a pub lunch in front of a cosy fire! The area also has great access by rail and easily navigable, so no need to have a designated driver if you fancy a pint at the end!