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Sociable weekend adventures in the summer

The walking’s generally easier under foot and it becomes easier to hold conversations while striding along. Perhaps it’s also the cacaophony of birds singing, the sight of vivid green hills and trees, or savouring a post-walk pint in a beer […]

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The walking ‘setjetting’ hotlist for 2019

So many of us are inspired by locations featured in films and TV programmes that we’ve compiled a 2019 hotlist based on our own trips so you ‘set jetters’ can follow in the footsteps of the stars. Mary Queen of […]

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Torches for Large Outdoors events

We’ve got quite a few events that need you to have a head-torch, either because we’re planning to walk in the dark, it’s a longer walk in the winter months, or you’re coming camping. To avoid any confusion here’s a […]

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Explore the Quiraing

The Isle of Skye is the largest of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, famous as an area of stunning landscapes and beautiful views. People come for all […]

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What are the five peaks?

Within the UK and Ireland, there are 5 peaks that are iconic, simply because they are the highest in their respective region, or country. To […]

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Review: Macpac Pitch 35 litre backpack

Macpac are a well-known brand of outdoor gear, especially backpacks. Their Macpac Pitch is a 35 litre bag aimed at the winter walker and scrambler, but is it also good for the regular hill-walker? We do all of these things, […]

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Walking the Snowdonia Way

The hills of North Wales would take a lifetime to explore. You’ve heard of Snowdon, but what about the others? How about the Glyderau, the […]

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