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After-work Long Distance Trail
How can you do a long distance trail when you don't have any time? GetOutside Champion Rory Southworth reveals his After-work Long Distance Trail Project.
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.
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!
Beginners guide to choosing a GPS device
Would you like to use a walking, running or cycling GPS device to make your outdoor activities easier, safer or more fun but don't know where to start? This huge guide to choosing a GPS will get you started.
Happy Hobby Month! January is a great time to have a go at something you've always fancied trying or wished you could do. Don't wish it, go for it! To get you started, here's some hobby inspiration from our GetOutside Champions and Ordnance Survey staff.
Sat between Ambleside and Grasmere, Rydal is home to the extensively photographed Rydal Cave, a manmade former quarry. #GetOutside Champion Rory Southworth takes us on a leisurely 6.2km route.
Finding running routes in urban areas may not be as hard as you think. Mountain runner Max Nicholls tells us how he trains for National and World Championships by finding routes in South London.
Hutton Roof Crags
Hutton Roof Crags is a lesser walked area in Cumbria. Rory Southworth takes us through a remarkable hillside littered with limestone pavement.
16 marathons. 16 days. 16 UK National Parks.
Ben Turner is taking on an epic challenge. Running 16 marathons in 16 days, in all 16 UK National Parks. Here he tells us why the project in so important.
The lone run up Ben More
For National GetOutside Day on 30 Sept, adventure athlete Ben Turner invited people to run with him to the summit of Ben More in Scotland.