Message from Rohan Keswick The Grand Day Out in Cumbria.. I’m sure we’ve all had more than a few but in this case it’s to be January 16th AND for a good cause. The weather of November and December 2015 has left a lasting effect on Cumbria and its inhabitants. […]
Projects to follow in 2016. Nominate a project involved in UK outdoors that you will be following during 2016. Please add your nomination in the comments below and a link if possible. A few suggestions: 2016 Tour de Yorkshire London National Park City England Coast Path Incredible Edible Todmordon Fix the […]
I love the quote, ‘There’s no such thing as the wrong weather, just the wrong clothing’ and if you’re anything like me you’ll spend most of your time being outside, or dreaming of it at least. From as far back as I can remember I would want to make myself […]
The Acorns Lantern Walk for Acorns Children’s Hospice This autumn we will walk together around Birmingham, Worcester and Walsall, all carrying shining paper lanterns to show that we care. Acorns Lantern Walk Setting off together in the late afternoon, we will walk 5km (just over 3miles) or 12km (just over […]
Cycle to Work Day is a national event, which aims to encourage everyone to take to two wheels and cycle to work on September 3rd 2015. It has become a celebration of everyday cycling! According the census data, 760,000 people in the UK cycle to work regularly – this number […]
South Pennines Walk & Ride Festival takes place between Saturday 12th September and Sunday 27th September A chance to explore the South Pennines on foot, by bike or on horseback; with guided, self-led and themed routes for different ages, abilities and interests. Read more about South Pennines Walk & Ride Festival […]
Rohan Trailblazers the ultimate trousers for the British walker, perfect for everything from Sunday afternoon strolls in the Yorkshire Dales to tough multi-day traverses of the great Scottish ridges. A collection of Trailblazer stories & reviews
Kayak, saiboat, SUP board? Pick the non-motorized vessel of your choice for 750 miles from Washington to Alaska — for $10,000. How about something like this on a smaller scale for the UK?