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The New Forest Walking Festival returns
Smuggler’s trails, wild play activities and fascinating wildlife are just some of the treats awaiting walkers in this Autumn’s extended New Forest Walking Festival.
The New Forest Walking Festival 2019
The New Forest Walking Festival is set to return on 12 October to 3 November, providing the perfect opportunity to explore the Park’s beautiful surroundings, rich history and impressive range of wildlife on an expert-led tour.
10 epic mountains to climb
#GetOutside Champion James Forrest outlines 10 of his favourite mountains across England and Wales – why not give them a try this National Walking Month?
Top 6 days out amongst Britain's ancient ruins
Dave Hamilton, author of Wild Ruins BC, the Explorer’s Guide to Britain’s Ancient Sites, tells us about some of his favourite days out amongst the stones and earthworks of pre-Roman Britain.
Top tips for Winter navigation
You might be able to rely on basic navigation skills and gadgets in summer but now winter is in full swing you need to ensure that you have the skills to still have a great day whatever the conditions.
Dark Skies Festival
Guide to the Dark Skies Festival 2019, with events, places to be and more information. A great family activity to enjoy in February half term.
5 amazing adventures to try in 2019
GetOutside Champions Jen & Sim Benson are endurance athletes, guidebook authors and passionate explorers of the great British outdoors - here's 5 amazing adventures they think you should try in 2019.
New Year's resolutions to get you outside
Overindulged this festive period? Why not kick-start 2019 with some New Year's resolutions that will get you outside more. Here's 5 ideas to get you started.
Lakeland’s Great Cartographer
200 years since the publication of his famed map of Lakeland, #GetOutside champion James Forrest investigates the life of map-maker Jonathan Otley.
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.