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Meet Gus Mckechnie - Rower, cyclist, parkrunner, lover of maps and coffee, disability sport challenges.
Meet Manse Ahmad - Primitive skills instructor, mountaineer, diver, photographer, forager and dogs slave!
Meet Glyn Dodwell - Hill Walker, blogger, navigator, trainer, elder statesman and Veteran.
Meet Kate Jamieson - Cyclist, hiker, climber, lover of historical routes (and tea).
Meet Iwan Thomas - Former European, Commonwealth & World Champion, Olympic silver medalist and now that bloke sometimes on the TV/Radio.
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.
Top 3 crags in Kent and Sussex
Are you passionate about rock climbing, or would like to try it for the first time but you live in London or the southeast? This blog post highlights 3 of the best spots in Kent and East Sussex where you can get outside and have a session on some real rock.
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.
Give your kids more time
Our lifestyle today means that for the first time ever, our children could have a lower life expectancy than us. Their physical and mental wellbeing is directly related to the amount of time they spend outside.
Bike exploring: Invasion of Hurst Castle
Pennington to Hurst Castle Loop. Just under 10 miles of easy going bike trail, quiet roads and shingle/pebble beach. A great all year ride, suitable for families however the final spit section maybe a challenge for smaller legs and wheels.
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