If you're looking for the ultimate walking challenge in 2015, then keep reading. You've got up to 30 hours to walk the 100km from London to Brighton non-stop.
A week of adventure centred around Mount Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park, Canada. The challenge is open to all and the week will be tailor made to suit the individual with activities including kayaking, white water rafting, mountain biking, rock climbing and the ultimate challenge - an ascent of Mount Edith Cavell. Something for everyone!
What's not to love about dressing up as Santa and going for a run with hundreds of other Santas? Events right across the UK from mid-November to mid-December will provide you with the Santa suit & hat - not to mention mince pies & drinks, antlers or even a bandana for your dog! With distances ranging from 50 metres to 10K, there's something for all ages & abilities. So whether you walk, run or cycle, all you'll need are some trainers & some Christmas cheer!
The kilometre-deep canyons and 3,000-metre peaks of Ordesa National Park are simply awe-inspiring when explored on foot. Local hiking guide Phil James describes what's on offer.
Training camps have sprung up all over the place to cater to the ever-growing demand from runners, cyclists and triathletes in particular - looking to benefit from high-quality, individual coaching.
MTB guidebook author, magazine journalist, gear reviewer and guide Tom Hutton reviews a 'one jersey to rule them all' in typical trail riding, all-mountain terrain. His findings?
The latest race craze: events with mud pits, climbing walls, troughs of ice water and other masochistic obstacles added to them. Success comes more from how much you can let go, and really go for it, than how many hill reps you've clocked up!
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For in-depth information on specific activities in specific locations, be it caving in the Peak District or mountain biking in the Dolomites, trekking in the Indian Himalaya or open-water swimming in Norway, see our growing list of Popular Destinations guides - all written by local experts.
Signed up for an event and wondering what to wear - or just need some new kit? Our team of outdoor gear experts are on hand with gear reviews to advise you.
We all like to be challenged. That sense of achievement that can only come from surmounting obstacles and realising goals is what makes us feel alive. The difficulty and severity of some challenges, however, means that we sometimes need an extra push to see us triumphantly over the line.
The events section brings together 1000's of local and mass participation events in the UK and overseas to make it easy to find something to do outdoors.
Winter walking is a big (but worthwhile) step up from summer walking. Here are some tips on all subjects from avalanche awareness to ropework, starting out to winter clothing, emergencies to footwork on snow and ice, and how to use crampons and ixe axes.
Whether you're new to the sport and baffled by all the jargon, or are well used to tieing into the sharp end and looking to advance, there are advice articles in here to help, written by world-class experts from nutritionists to adventurists like Leo Houlding, across all disciplines from bouldering to big-walling.
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