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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
The Lawley is part of the Shropshire Hills range in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Lawley is one of the smaller hills, standing next to its big brother, Caer Caradoc. It's an interesting walk, as along the ridge there are remains of an ancient settlement and hill fort.
Glamorgan Heritage Coast stretches for 14 miles along the South Wales coast. Starting at Ogmore by Sea, to St Athan in the east, following the Wales coastal path.
Discover what’s Golden about the Jurassic Coast’s ultimate view point
Visit Romsey and explore this small market town packed full of history. Take this walk to explore water meadows, working mills and lots of animals!
#GetOutside Champion, Stef Jackson-Horner, knew that a big white wedding wasn't for her and her fiancé; what they wanted was a walking wedding. Find out how the big day went and how you go about preparing for such an event in the British outdoors!
As the oldest of all the national parks in Britain, The Peak District has been delighting walkers and ramblers of all abilities for 65 years.
The New Forest, famous for its ancient heathland and wild ponies, is full of woodlands and wildlife, making it a perfect place for walking.
The Race to the Stones is 100km along one of the oldest trails in Britain - The Ridgeway, which crosses North Wessex Downs and the Chilterns. Trail runner and OS CEO Nigel Clifford found out how tough it can be...
This is a great family walk to do on a sunny afternoon as it has plenty of suitable stopping off points for refreshments along the way. There is lots to see and, even better, fish and chips at the end!
Discovering dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight - a jurrasic family beach adventure
Discovering bluebell woods with the Isle of Wight Walking Festival - an ideal spring walking route
Haresfield Beacon in the Cotswolds gives glorious views over the River Severn all the way to the Black Mountains in Wales, This walking route offers a profusion of wildlife and historic sites.