101 outdoor inspired activities to do at home

Welcome to the great indoors. Ready to get busy? My list of 101 outdoor and adventure-inspired activities that you can do at home is here…

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The adventure lover’s guide to staying at home | My self isolation guide

Social distancing – it’s here, and it’s weird, especially if, like me, what makes you happiest is being in open spaces, among tall mountains or…

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Twelve tips for wild camping beginners

How to go wild camping: wild camping tips beginners Dreaming of sleeping wild but not sure where to start when you’re away from the safety…

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Ten of the best adventure campsites in the UK

Fancy a night under canvas coupled with a day of exploring some of the most amazing landscapes in the UK? My favourite adventure campsites in…

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Ten outdoors challenges for 2020

I don’t massively subscribe to the ‘new year, new you’ bollocks that gets bandied about every January but I do believe in setting myself a…

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What it’s like to surf The Wave, Bristol’s artificial surf wave

The Wave Bristol Review Who says you need the sea to surf? Meet The Wave, Bristol’s newly opened artificial surf lake with waves on tap.…

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Don’t hibernate: why you should get outdoors all winter

Don’t hibernate: Why getting outdoors in winter is so good for you Bears do it, bats do it, even bees do it – heralding the…

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Trekking and sailing the Scottish Hebrides with Mammut Mountain School

Welcome aboard the good ship Zuza. Mammut Mountain School‘s sailing yacht makes the perfect movable adventure base for hiking the remote Hebridean islands of Scotland.…

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Bivvying For Beginners | How to go Bivvy Bag Camping

How To Go Bivvy Bag Camping – My Beginner’s Guide Love wild camping? Meet your next wild sleeping adventure – the humble bivouac. Bivvying is…

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Arctic Adventure: The Fjällräven Polar 2019

This is the story of a 300km journey across the wilderness from Norway to Sweden as part of the Fjällräven Polar 2019 expedition, crossing the…

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How to join a British Exploring Society expedition

They say life begins outside your comfort zone. Challenge yourself, learn new skills and travel to some of the wildest places on earth by joining…

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Hiking At Altitude: Altitude Sickness and Altitude Sickness Remedies

Hiking in high mountain passes is one of the most awe-inspiring adventures on earth, but the rarified air in the highest peaks on the planet…

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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…

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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…

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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.…

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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…

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