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  • Weekend Adventure: Great Staple Tor Devon

    Weekend Adventure: Great Staple Tor, Devon

    Great Staple Tor is an amazing granite outcrop that is the perfect centerpiece for an exciting two-day Dartmoor adventure.    Why: The rugged wilderness of Dartmoor National Park offers a stunning natural playground for all outdoor enthusiasts. Due to the military ranges, nothing much has changed on the moorland, which means vast open spaces, amazing rocky tors […] More

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    MoRunning Is Here!

    Calling all runners … Prepare to don your moustache this November when MoRunning comes back to cities throughout the UK and Ireland. In 2014, over 15,000 MoBros and MoSistas participated in MoRunning events throughout the country and this year promises to be even better and bigger than before. Being organized for seven years in a row, MoRunning raises awareness of […] More

  • Top Five 10K Races in the UK

    Top Five 10K Races in the UK

    No matter if you’re looking for a PB, scenery, a race with a story or a new year boost, you’ll find an invigorating challenge among these top five 10K races taking place in the UK. 1 PB AND COASTAL RUN MCCAIN YORKSHIRE COAST 10KM WHERE: Scarborough, Yorkshire, UK WHEN: Sunday, 11th October 2015 This one offers a breathtaking coastal route, which […] More

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    Cross-Country Runnning Season Is Almost Here

    In the UK, the cross-country running season has almost begun. It’s time to slip on a pair of spikes and embrace the mud. The start of an English National Cross Country Championships is unlike anything else you are likely to experience – unless, of course, you have witnessed firsthand a wildebeest migration across the plains […] More

  • World’s Finest Multi-Day Routes

    From UK favorites to international icons, and from one-week hikes to month-long ultra-walks, these are some of the world’s greatest multi-day routes worldwide. THE KERRY WAY, Ireland The entire south-west coast of Ireland is considered wild, but the Inveragh Peninsula is something else altogether. Its coastline is torn ragged by the Atlantic on three sides while inland lies Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, […] More

  • UK’s Six Popular Hills to Visit Time and Again

    Here is a list of UK’s six popular hills, not the grandest and certainly not the most remote, which many hikers have already climbed several times and would be happy to return to. 1 Top o’ Selside The high point of the sprawling moorland east of Coniston Water offers an amazing view in all the Lakes, over […] More

  • Walking the West Highland Way in 5 Days

    If you’re fairly fit and willing to wild camp, here’s one possible plan how to walk the 154km West Highland Way in 5 days. Day 1 Milngavie to Drymen (19km) The suburban parkland outside of Glasgow, the Scotland’s largest city, gradually transforms into farmland, swapping gravel paths for rocky tracks and swerving country lanes. Drymen’s comfortable inns at the end reward […] More

  • England’s National Parks and AONBs in Numbers

    At a time when the organisations protecting some of UK’s most precious and cherished landscapes face ongoing budget cuts, National Parks England has cooperated with the National Association for AONBs to make a report detailing the value of these areas to the British economy. 260 million people visit England’s AONBs and National Parks every year, which is more than 40 […] More

  • UK Summer Festivals for Outdoor Enthusiasts

    It seems that today there are summer festivals covering just about every interest, and outdoor enthusiasts are especially well catered for, with many festivals held in great hiking areas. Here are some summer festivals to be held that are worth checking out. 28-31 AUGUST Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Shropshire Organized annually since 1997, Shrewsbury Folk Festival has become one of the country’s major events for the […] More

  • UK: Remote Hiking Destinations

    Do you love hiking away from the crowds? Here are five well-liked yet remote hiking destinations in the United Kingdom. 1) Dartmoor Claimed to be the wildest part of southern England, Dartmoor’s contours may not reach the lofty heights further up the country but it does offer a great experience with 368 square miles of moors […] More

  • Everesting: What and How?

    Everesting: What and How?

    If you’re in search of the ultimate riding challenge, try Everesting. As its name suggests, Everesting involves pedaling up the equivalent height of Everest (29,002 ft/8048m) in one attempt. To bike an Everest you may select any hill or mountain. It’s not important how long your ride is as long as you climb more than 29,002ft and it’s ridden in […] More

  • Everesting: the Ultimate Riding Challenge

    Everesting: the Ultimate Riding Challenge

    What do you think about a different type of biking challenge, about one that would put your mind and body to the ultimate test? If it sounds appealing to you, then maybe it’s time to consider Everesting. Cycling in Britain is experiencing an unprecedented period of popularity. Inspired by track and road elite cyclists such […] More

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