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The ultimate guide to layering
Whether you’re a seasoned hill walker, a speedy trail runner or you’re new to the outdoors, we’ll help you get kitted out so you can enjoy your favourite routes whatever the weather.
7 top tips for rainy days outside
Although the nights are drawing in, and the days are getting wet and chillier, there's still so much fun to be had outside! Here's 7 of our GetOutside Champion's top ideas for enjoying the outdoors during autumn and winter.
Wet weather gear guide
Don't get caught out by the rain, be prepared with this wet weather gear guide.
20 activities to try in autumn
Keep your children busy in autumn with these 20 ideas for fun outdoor activities that are suitable for all ages.
5 tips for the fat and fifty
One of GetOutside Champion, Anita Kerwin-Nye's aims is to help those who are fat and fifty, rather than fit and fleecy, feel more confident in the outdoors. Here's her top 5 tips to get out there and enjoy it.
Join the GetOutside Challenge!
The outdoors is still open, and we’re all being encouraged to make the most of it - so let’s do just that! Take in the fresh air every day for the next four weeks, using the GetOutside challenge calendar to get you started...
Five of the spookiest UK & Ireland walks
Give yourself an authentic fright night experience with these walks around the spookiest places in the UK!
Make time to find the path less trodden
The world has taken us on a road less travelled in recent months. But now we're able to make more time to enjoy the outdoors, we want to help you do this safely, away from crowds, by finding the path less trodden.
10 best routes for coffee and cake
Our GetOutside champions share their tried and tested routes which all incorporate a well-deserved stop for coffee and cake. Here's their top 10 coffee-fuelled routes and recommended sweet treats.
How to find easy walking and cycling routes
If you prefer traffic-free cycling routes, need a footpath that's stile-free so you can walk with a pram or are looking for a route suitable for a wheelchair, former railway lines can be the ideal solution.