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GO Outdoors & Ride Sheffield help bring Lady Canning’s MTB Trail to the Outdoor City
The outdoor scene in Sheffield is buzzing right now with a real focus on becoming the nations ‘Outdoor City‘, so when Ride Sheffield were looking to crowd fund some brand new mountain bike trails just outside the city where it all began for GO Outdoors, we just had to get involved.
A recap of our favourite photos from #ScrapbookOutdoors Week 15
Easter for some marks the first big Bank Holiday weekend of the year, and we thought that was something that was worth celebrating. So we challenged you to get outdoors with family, friends, or solo and show us how you were spending your ‘long weekend’. Here are some of our favourite photos submitted this week:
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.
If the Six Nations countries faced off in a battle of the outdoors? Who’d win?
As we welcome in February, along with it comes the Six Nations rugby tournament. We’re not so much into rugby, but we do love the six nations that take part. So we got to thinking, what if the six nations taking part faced off in a head to head vote with the best of their outdoors on offer? So that’s exactly what we’re going to do:
The GO Guide to Cairngorms National Park
Situated in the north east of Scotland, the Cairngorms National Park is one of the most picturesque parts of Britain with hills, valleys and rolling countryside as far as the eye can see. With snow-topped peaks in the winter and fabulous views to take in from Ben Macdui, the second-highest mountain in the UK and some of the cleanest water in Scotland, this relatively new national park has something for every keen explorer.
10 Alternative Activities on Pembrokehsire Coast
Take a walk on the wild side, and cap off your Pembrokeshire Coast adventure by trying one of these outdoor activities that might be new to you. Here we recommend 10 activities that you can try in the area.
Six Nations of the outdoors – which country will win?
It’s Six Nations time again and while Rugby Union fans from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy are supporting their team to glory, we thought we’d pitch these six countries against each other in a very different type of competition.
Think you’ve seen all there is to see in the Peak District? Done all there is to do? Then take a look at these 10 activities below and try something new on your next trip.
The Lake District is one of the nations favourite National Park, and if you ask many fans of the outdoors it is their go to area of the country for many different outdoor activities. We’ve pulled together a list of reasons you should definitely make a trip to the Lakes this year.
The GO Guide to the Lake District – Family Activities
National Parks are a fantastic way to get young children excited about the outdoors. As part of our guide to the Lake District, we’ve pulled together some wonderful activities for all the family to enjoy, and here are our 10 favourites.
It’s that time of year where the Gym starts to fill up, the salads fly off the shelves in the supermarkets and the most people try to give up smoking. What was your new years resolution for 2012? We took to Facebook and Twitter to ask our customers if they had made a resolution to try out some new activities in 2012 and we were thrilled with the response. Read more
A few times this week on here ive spoke about the importance of giving younger people a reason to get involved in the outdoors. We’ve spoke of shocking statistics of teens and youngsters claiming they don’t spend any time outdoors and rarely visit greenery.
Lake District National Park has come forward with a new scheme in which they will be looking for teens to become their first ‘Junior Rangers’. Reports state that Ruth Kirk who has been appointed to manage the scheme is busy putting together plans which will kickstart around Read more