BOOKS AND COURSES

BOOKS AND COURSES FROM THE GIRL OUTDOORS

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THE GIRL OUTDOORS
The Girl Outdoors is a beginner-friendly bible from Bloomsbury for all women looking for information and inspiration to get out in the great outdoors, get fit, get healthy and have fun. Guides to getting active outdoors, from mountain biking to climbing and surfing, plus chapters on everything from wild camping and cycle touring to trip-planning advice and tips on long-term backpacking and working abroad.
Order your copy here.

WILD ESCAPES
Journey with me and the National Trust to 40 unforgettable getaways in Britain’s wild corners, from floating cabins to miniature castles, tree pods to moored boats. Lose yourself in cosy reading nooks after a day hillwalking in the Peak District, go foraging in Yorkshire’s woodlands, or warm up by the campfire after taking a dip in coastal Cornish waters. Stay in the heart of Wales’ myths and legends, or pitch up at the birthplace of scouting. These rural retreats are ideal for slowing down and switching off, with tips on local walks and watering holes on the doorstep.
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Places to stay: Glen Dye Cabins & Cottages, Scottish Highlands

Places to stay: Glen Dye Cabins & Cottages, Scottish Highlands

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Eight of the best multi-day hikes in Britain

Eight of the best multi-day hikes in Britain

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Top tips for your first multi-day hike

Top tips for your first multi-day hike

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Where the wild things are: ten remote corners of Britain

Where the wild things are: ten remote corners of Britain

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Review: The Engine Pro, Engwe’s innovative foldable e-bike

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Twelve tips for wild camping beginners

Twelve tips for wild camping beginners

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Cosy cottagecore – 10 favourites from our Cotswolds home

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Eight amazing adventures in Scotland

Eight amazing adventures in Scotland

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Review: planning adventures with MapMagic.app

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Everything but the plane – the backpacker’s guide to getting around by train, bus, bike and boat

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How To Travel Alone: ten easy tips for solo travellers

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Mountain Mama: adventure and staying active with a baby

Mountain Mama: adventure and staying active with a baby

I stayed pretty active during pregnancy, so it felt like a pretty massive lifestyle change when I switched to a more sedentary routine after my&…
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Mountain Mama: adventure and staying active during pregnancy

Mountain Mama: adventure and staying active during pregnancy

Oh, baby: finding out I was pregnant was a life-changing, wonderful moment. But as well as excitement over having a little one on the way,&…
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Peaceful places – lesser-known natural wonders of the world

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Planet Earth certainly isn’t short of awe-inspiring landscapes, from the iconic rush of Niagara Falls to the dizzy heights of Mount Everest. But go …
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Welcome to Føroyar – a trip to the fabled Faroe Islands

Welcome to Føroyar – a trip to the fabled Faroe Islands

Tú alfagra land mítt (“Thou fairest land of mine”) is the motto of the Faroes, and it feels like an apt one when you …
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15 fitness and wellbeing tips for new mamas with Very

15 fitness and wellbeing tips for new mamas with Very

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