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Building a change
After completing the 100 Peaks Challenge, Karl Rushen struggled to re-adjust back at work. Here, he explains how he took responsibility for his own workplace wellbeing.
The benefits of running in woodland
Help celebrate 100 years of forestry, like OS GetOutside Champion, Beki Cadd, with a unique 10k run through the forests of England. Join in with the Forestry 100 series and discover more about the benefits of woodland trail running.
Five summer holiday activities for kids
To ensure your kids get the most out of summer, you need to get them outside, doing something different. Here are our top activities for kids to do this summer holiday:
5 epic walks
Explore the Howgill Fells with #GetOutside Champion James Forrest
Keep calm and pedal
Planning activities for the Summer holidays? Hoping to get your family outside and active? How about going on a bike adventure this year?
The New Forest Walking Festival 2019
The New Forest Walking Festival is set to return between 12th – 27th of October 2019, providing the perfect opportunity to explore the Park’s beautiful surroundings, rich history and impressive range of wildlife on an expert-led tour.
Ten things you should have in your rucksack
Mary-Ann Ochota looks at the equipment mountain marathon runners use to compete in the challenging Dragon’s Back Race. It’s a good starting point to think about what to take when you're hillwalking – whether you’re planning 100km or 10km!
Take the class outside
Geographer, teacher and GetOutside Champion, Alan Parkinson, explores why our kids should be learning outside every day.
The Beacons Way
The Beacons Way is a 100-mile-long distance footpath, that transverses through the centre of the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales. GetOutside Champion Tracy Purnell takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the top spots along the way.
Planning group walks
GetOutside Champion Nigel Vardy regularly takes large groups out walking. Delve into his solid planning tactics for where, when and how he does it to ensure everyone's safe outside on adventures.