Plan the ultimate American outdoor road trip with Visit the USA

Sponsored Post: America is the ultimate outdoor destination, and Visit the USA have made it even easier to plan your next adventure with their new USA Trip Planner. Find out how I created the dream #WanderlustWish road trip around Utah,…

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Climbing For Beginners: Why you should hit the wall

Guest blogger Charlotte Clark on the delights and perils of rock climbing for beginners, and why this is the perfect confidence-building sport for women of all abilities. CLIMBING FOR BEGINNERS I should start this post by confessing that I’m not…

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The secret joys of skinny dipping

Why naked swimming is one of the best ways to feel part of nature and better about your body. Let’s go skinny dipping! The secret joys of skinny dipping Have you ever swum completely naked – no swimsuit, no wetsuit,…

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Video: my health and beauty essentials for travel

Hello! Want to see me pull some really weird faces and sniff Sudocrem? Watch my new video – my essential travel health and beauty bits and bobs for international travel. Take a speedy look inside my rucksack at my must-packs…

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The girl’s guide to skiing in Les Carroz, France

Welcome to Les Carroz, a pretty, food-mad ski resort that makes the perfect base for exploring the Grand Massif, as well as cutting your ski touring teeth and eating your body weight in cheese. My guide to skiing and ski…

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Ten of the best weekend getaways in Britain

One of the questions I get asked the most often? “Where shall we escape to for a weekend in the UK?” Big adventures and wild camping trips are all very well, but sometimes you want to up sticks, leave the…

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Review: Dryrobe short sleeve Advance robe

Winter swims and cold water surfs, I no longer fear you! I’ve been testing out Dryrobe’s Advance robe, £110, perfect for changing after surfs and keeping the chill at bay after a dip. Dryrobe review: Advance short sleeve Product description:…

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Multi-day hiking tips | how to plan for self-sufficient treks

Jake Thompsett of JT Expeditions shares his five top tips for planning and packing for self-supported multi-day hiking trips. HOW TO PLAN A MULTI-DAY HIKING TRIP 1. Get your admin sorted: Organising everything carefully both in advance and when you’re hiking…

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Ten British outdoor adventures to plan this year

I think it’s finally safe to say it – spring is here! Time to emerge from hibernation and start planning a summer of outdoor adventures. There’s no need to hop on a plane to go somewhere wild and wonderful –…

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Nine little adventures in the Norwegian fjords

Little adventures in and around gorgeous Geiranger in Norway’s western fjords, from my travels there with P&O Cruises. Just watch out for the trolls… Nine Norwegian fjords adventures Norway’s fjords have rightly been an adventurer’s mecca for centuries. This is…

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Weekend adventures: big adventures, little time

Think work will get in the way of dreaming big? Not if you pick one of these seven epic weekend adventures, all of which fit into just a few days and require little or no annual leave. Pack a bag,…

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Places to stay: Soul and Surf Retreat, Sri Lanka

Leave your shoes at the door – a week of living barefoot at Soul and Surf‘s Sri Lankan retreat will calm your mind and whip your surfing skills into shape. Places to Stay: Soul and Surf, Sri Lanka Leave your…

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How to work out anywhere with The Sports Edit

Roaming the world doesn’t mean you can’t stay fit and healthy – work out in style wherever you travel around the world with my handy guide, in collaboration with The Sports Edit. How to work out anywhere with The Sports…

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Wild swimming at Goldiggins Quarry, Cornwall

Wild swimming at Goldiggins Quarry, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall Coming across this deep, wide quarry of deep blue spring-fed water feels like uncovering a secret – until you’re right upon it, it’s hidden from view by rocks and looks like the…

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Wild swimming at Prussia Cove, Cornwall

One of my favourite beach coves to swim at in Britain is home to clear waters and a secret smuggling history. Wild Swimming at Prussia Cove, Cornwall   If you start to travel in a south-westerly direction and, well, just…

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Green travel: how to plan eco-friendly adventures

Now that more of us than ever are travelling far and wide and transport is responsible for 22 percent of the globe’s emissions, it’s high time we all took steps to make our adventures a little more eco-friendly. These ten…

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