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Top running routes by athletes

Where do the top ultrarunners go for their training runs? We've teamed up with La Sportiva to give you an exclusive insight into their athlete's favourite running routes across Britain. These routes are short, between 3 and 6 miles and suitable for most runners.

What is an FKT and how to get one

FKT is the Fastest Known Time it takes to complete a particular route. It's a great way to challenge yourself, explore new places and get outside more often. Anyone of any ability can get involved. We take a look at FKTs in more detail including how you can get one.

Top Tips for Winter Running

OS GetOutside Champions and endurance athletes Jen and Sim Benson share their top tips on winter running to help you have fun and stay safe on the trails.

Exploring Britain's National Parks

OS GetOutside Champion Sean Conway runs 15 marathons in 15 National Parks in 15 days to highlight how incredible Great Britain is. We caught up with him to find out more about his challenge and discover what makes each National Park so special.

A beginner's guide to running

Whether it's around the block, to the shop, or a full scale marathon, there is no doubt that running is good for you. This beginner's guide to running will help you get started.

Map art for beginners

Why not have some daily GetOutside fun and create your own map art? GetOutside Champion duo TwoBlondes show us how.

Rydal Cave

​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.

Urban Trails

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.

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.