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The GO Guide to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
As the only coastal National Park in Britain, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers something different for lovers of the great outdoors. In our guide, we cover off areas for walking, cycling, fishing, family days out and more.
A recap of our favourite photos from #ScrapbookOutdoors Week 13
The theme for #ScrapbookOutdoors Week 13 couldn’t have been simpler; in fact you could say it was ‘A Walk in the Park’ – Because it was!
This week we celebrated parks big and small, from vast National Park space to your local park. It was all about getting outdoors and enjoying some fresh air, and we’re happy to see so many of you getting involved. Here are a few of our favourite photos:
Try your hand at climbing in Cairngorms National Park
Climbing is one of the UK’s most popular outdoor activities, presenting people with the chance to get the adrenaline pumping and testing out their physical and mental strength. Here are some of the best places to go climbing in the Cairngorms with venues and routes for all abilities:
Fun for all the family in Cairngorms National Park
Camping and holidaying as a family is the ideal opportunity for you to try out new things and to see the kind of things you wouldn’t normally see if you were at home. By holidaying in the Cairngorms, there are all kinds of activities, sights and things try out; and here are just a few:
Try something new in Cairngorms National Park
Spending time away from home means that you’re a little bit outside your comfort zone anyway, so it’s the perfect time to try something new. In the Cairngorms national park there are plenty of activities that you can try out that you may not normally get to experience, and here are a few:
Take in Cairngorms National Park on two wheels
The Cairngorms National Park is a haven for cyclists with all kinds of tracks and trails to ride out on. With plenty of tough and challenging routes taking in forest surfaces and jumps to more sedate trails suitable for families and more casual cyclists, we’ve compiled a list of our favourites into this handy guide:
We’ve picked out 10 fantastic walks in Cairngorms National Park
With the second-highest mountain in the UK and more than 4,528 square kilometres to cover, the Cairngorms National Park is waiting to be explored on foot. Strap on your walking boots, grab your map and try one of these great walking routes:
We’re lucky, in the UK, to be surrounded by so many areas of natural beauty. From the Scottish Highlands to the Cornish coast we can proudly boast about the wealth of stunning countryside we have as a nation.
If you’re looking for somewhere new to explore this spring why not make a trip to New Forest? The area is famed for its breath-taking landscape, with a 140,000 acre National Park, pristine coastline, heath and woodlands.
Climbing routes for all abilities in Loch Lomond
With a mixture of bouldering, classic climbs and strenuous routes, there are plenty of climbing opportunities in Loch Lomond. This guide has been produced in partnership with the Mountaineering Council of Scotland who provided their valuable advice on the best climbs within Loch Lomond.
One of the best things about Britain is the beauty of our countryside spaces. The end of July and beginning of August is set aside to celebrate our National Parks, get people into the outdoors and enjoying the natural beauty of Britain. National Parks Week offers plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy, over all of the 15 locations.