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The GetOutside podcast series has an adventurous gleam in its eye. Each edition heads deep into Britain’s wild spaces, bringing you compelling interviewees, inspiration and information to help you get active outdoors.
For many students up and down the country, this school term would have included a geography field trip. Chris Webster, GetOutside Champion and owner of the Geography Fieldwork Academy, explains how just because we can’t travel currently, doesn’t mean we can’t investigate the world around us.
Why not have some daily GetOutside fun and create your own map art? GetOutside Champion duo TwoBlondes show us how.
Test your outdoor knowledge with The Great British Outdoor Quiz, in collaboration with Go Outdoors and Blacks. Set up a virtual campfire with a mug of hot chocolate and watch the sun go down. Whether you set up camp indoors or out, it’s time to get cosy and test your outdoor knowledge.
Rain or shine, round up your friends and family and challenge them to an outdoor game. Whether you’re looking for something for the summer BBQ, a picnic in the park, or a day out to the countryside — we’ve got you covered.
Looking for something stress-busting? These maps for colouring in are available as a free PDF download to print at home or use on a digital device app such as Procreate or Photoshop.
Trying to create a plan every weekend that’s both practical and motivates the kids to come on an adventure can be tricky. Ben & Miriam from River Rascal may have the answer to your prayers with this simple yet genius game to get the whole family outside.
In her day job at the YHA, GetOutside Champion Anita Kerwin-Nye sees first-hand the impact of residentials and outdoor learning in National Parks and awe-inspiring spaces. While travel is still limited, how can we encourage children to think about the adventures ahead of them?
Even though the nights are drawing in, temperatures are dropping and the prospect of long days at the beach have to be packed away until next year, autumn is still a favourite season for many Brits. There are many indoor and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed during the cooler months.
Walking is the best way to get families outside. It’s healthy, it’s free, and with a bit of imagination, it is also fun. Here are our 10 ways to turn a family walk into an adventure.
Cycling can be one of the easiest outdoors activities you can access as a family on a daily basis. A bit of planning and preparation can avoid meltdowns, and allows you to #GetOutside and have safe adventures.