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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
The King Alfred’s Way is a 350km circular off-road cycling route that will take you back in time. Combining beautiful rural scenery with some of Britain’s most iconic historic sites and four National Trails this ride makes a great bikepacking adventure.
Taking on 288 miles/461km of cycling, Kate Jamieson takes us on her adventure from Falmouth to London along The Trafalgar Way.
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.
Brockenhurst New Forest Loop. Just under 12 miles of easy going forest trails and tarmac. A great all year ride, perfect for families. The route starts and stops in the pretty little town of Brockenhurst.
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!
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...
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.
This Dartmoor National Park route is full of interest and when you reach Three Barrows, you'll find a peaceful spot; it is easy to see why Bronze Age man chose to spend eternity there!
Along this stretch of the North Devon coast the skies are vast, the seascape is panoramic and the sunsets can be epic. And Baggy Point – the mid-point of this circular walk – is most definitely a top-notch sunset viewing spot.
This circular coastal walk includes wild, expansive moorland steep-sided wooded valleys and a rugged coastline with high cliffs, hidden coves and secluded beaches.