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Although being so accessible, Scotland still provides a feeling of remoteness and wilderness within a matter of an hours walk. Co-author of the new Wild Guide Scotland, Richard Gaston, shares his top 5 Scottish short hikes to help you discover the charm of Scotland
The Lake District National Park is the largest National Park in Britain. Famed throughout the world for its stunning landscapes, sprawling fells and beautiful waterways, it has inspired poets, writers and artists alike for almost three centuries. If you have an adventurous streak or just a love of the great outdoors, then you must pay this place a visit.
Stretching for 267 miles and following the backbone of England, the Pennine Way is not just an arduous long distance walk that attracts crazy fell runners and determine hikers – it also links some of England's most amazing landscapes and fantastic features. So even if you don’t want to walk the whole route is worth hunting out these gems.
As well as its rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and vast hills, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is also home to a number of historic landmarks.
Forget hotels and tents – #GetOutside Champion Phoebe and wild camping enthusiast wants to introduce you to bothies and why you should be staying in them.
Hadrian's wall, built by the Romans and marking the northern edge of their conquest of Britain, is now the route of a national trail that stretches from the east coast to the west.
It can be a real struggle to get kids outside, mainly because often a child’s image of the outdoors is walking in the rain with aching feet and cold hands - but that can be changed. Here are some top tips on how to get kids planning and leading their own adventures to make family walks more fun.
Become a landscape detective and discover the hidden secrets of Britain's past with #GetOutside champion, and anthropology and archaeology specialist, Mary-Ann Ochota.
The Dark Peak is home to some of the most iconic views in the Peak District. Discover 3 of the best, and follow the routes when you're out.
From walkers etiquette, to what to take...here are some things that every walker should know.
Keep the whole family entertained this summer with our activity ideas in the North York Moors National Park.
Six easy circular walks to follow if you are visiting the South Downs. All easy to reach by bus or train if you fancy leaving the car behind.