Meet our adventure pets
Most animals love the outdoors but some insist they join us on every adventure. We say hello our OS GetOutside Champion's most adventurous pets and discover how they love to get outside. Plus, find top tips for taking your pet with you on your next day out.
Mountain Biking around Claife Heights
The Lake District is a hub for adventure, whether you’re looking for multi-day hikes or just escaping for a few hours. It's also home to some amazing gravel tracks and quiet lanes that are perfect for getting out on the mountain bike.
Jack’s Rake Scramble
Jack’s Rake is a brilliant grade 1 scramble in the stunning Langdale area of the Lake District, with potential for something more for those looking for a bit of a bigger thrill or an extended adventure.
Old Man of Coniston and Levers Water Circular
The Old Man of Coniston is part of the Furness Fells in the Lake District, standing 803m high, and lies to the west of the village of Coniston, and Coniston Water. OS GetOutside Champion duo, TwoTravlrs, take us across this underrated beauty of the Lakes.
Moel Siabod Circular walk
Follow this medium difficulty walking route up Moel Siabod in Snowdonia with brilliant views from the summit
Llyn Idwal and The Glyders
Glyder Fach is one of the more underrated mountains in Snowdonia, but coupled with taking in the views of Llyn Idwal and starting from the Ogwen valley, a long summers day or even a whole weekend can be made of this stunning walk.
Bamford to Edale, via Ladybower
Laying between Bamford and Edale (at the foot of Kinder Scout), it makes for a perfect, easily extendable half-day walk with good views, which can happily end in a pub lunch in front of a cosy fire! The area also has great access by rail and easily navigable, so no need to have a designated driver if you fancy a pint at the end!