Wild swimming stays – 11 glamping spots and cabins with swims on the doorstep

A swim and a stay makes the perfect summer escape. Spend your days splashing about in Britain’s most beautiful lakes, rivers and coves and your… View Post

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… View Post

Running (while female) in the pandemic

Running While Female In The Pandemic: safety and etiquette There’s been a lot of discussion in the media around runners lately – both about their… View Post

Planning future adventures with Mitsubishi

//sponsored post in collaboration with Mitsubishi// Championing local adventures in the Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian X Auto pickup We may all be exploring closer to home… View Post

Review: SOG PowerPint multi-tool

After a versatile multi-tool without the bulk? I’ve been testing out the SOG PowerPint multi-tool from SOG Knives, £47.95. This smaller design weighs just 119g… View Post

First steps – trail running for beginners

Human beings were never designed to run on tarmac. Perhaps, then, it’s natural that many runners swap pavements for wild places by taking up trail… View Post

Top tips for wilder camping with Mitsubishi

//sponsored post// Adventures in the Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian X Auto pickup Last weekend I went on a little camping road trip into the Welsh hills.… View Post

How to enjoy the outdoors responsibly (and avoid the crowds) this summer

I recently joined ITV News to discuss what we can do to keep each other and the environment safe as we venture outside this summer… View Post

The adventurous guide to Swansea Bay

“Gower is a very beautiful peninsula… as a matter of fact, it is one of the loveliest sea-coast stretches in the whole of Britain.” Dylan… View Post

How literature can inspire your travels and adventures

How inspiring travel books can change the way you travel forever When I think about the joy of reading, I remember Roald Dahl’s Matilda, and… View Post

Video: Wild Weekends in the Brecon Beacons with Ellis Brigham

Wild autumn adventures in the Brecon Beacons “When I need to escape for a weekend I always head to the Brecon Beacons National Park in… View Post

Try one thing: 10 outdoor challenges that might just change your life

John Burroughs said it best: “I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.” if you’re feeling… View Post

My Lighthouse guide to coastal adventures in Britain

Dreaming of a summer of salty sea air and sand between your toes? You need my guide to planning and packing for coastal adventures on… View Post

Climbing For Beginners: Why you should hit the wall

Guest blogger Charlotte Clark on the delights of rock climbing for beginners, and why this is the perfect confidence-building sport for women of all abilities.… View Post

The outdoorsy girl’s guide to a weekend in Hay-on-Wye

Ready to fall in love with Hay-On-Wye? This magical market town in Wales makes the perfect weekend base for both brave and bookish adventures. Hay… View Post

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.… View Post