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Walking in Mud
It’s that time of year when many of your favourite paths can turn into a quagmire. Here’s top tips on how to deal with walking in mud.
Walking the Norfolk Coast Path
John is registered blind. Along with his sight guide Lauren, they are on a mission show the world that blind or disabled people can do great stuff outside too.
2020 British Walking & Cycling Festivals
From family strolls to extreme challenges, there are walking festivals and cycling festivals and events all over Britain in 2020. Search by location, or see the events in the next few days.
Mid-life crisis? I’m taking mine for a swim!
Although middle age can bring with it family, physical and mental changes, for many people it is also a time of increased freedom, funds and opportunity. All of which give us greater reason to spend more time outside.
Hands up if you made New Year’s Resolutions?
Need something to aim for with your 2020 New Year's resolution? Whether you like to swim, cycle, run, ride, or get muddy with mates, there's an event or charitable cause for you to aim towards. GetOutside Champion, Eli Bishop's gives us some ideas.
Spend more time outdoors this January
Spending more time in the great outdoors is not only beneficial for our bodies but also our minds. Beat those January blues and get out exploring like #GetOutside Champion Tracy Purnell.
Approach the New Year with 20/20 vision
What's your New Year's resolution? GetOutside Champion Glyn Dodwell explores 5 awesome challenges you could set yourself for 2020.
Forget the gym - get outside instead
Still thinking about what your New Year's resolution should be? #GetOutside Champion James Forrest tells us why he thinks everyone should take up hiking in 2020.
21 days to form a habit
It takes 21 days to form a habit. OS's very own Liz Beverley learnt just that. She'd fallen out of love with running but wanted to get back into it. Motivation and a nudge in the right direction was all she needed.
Two British adventurers and #GetOutside Champions have teamed up to undertake an Antarctic-style first right here in Britain, while crushing stereotypes with each footstep.