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A recap of our favourite photos from #ScrapbookOutdoors Week 7
Over the last week we’ve seen some sun, the start of Storm Doris and everything in between. We asked you to get outdoors over the week for our theme of ‘Muddy Boots & Walking Routes’ a celebration of your boots and where they’ve taken you. Here were some of our favourites:
It’s #NationalStoryTellingWeek so let’s explore some fantastical locations
Britain is steeped in history, and with history also comes a few tall tales, myths and folklore. For National Story Telling Week, we have decided to celebrate some of the locations around the UK that you can visit and learn of some wonderful stories to accompany the scenery.
Celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day with a visit to his home
January 18th marks the annual ‘Winnie the Pooh Day’, which is celebrated on the birthday of the author A.A. Milne. The special day is a chance for Pooh Bear fans of all ages to celebrate their love for one of Britain’s best loved story characters. If you enjoy Pooh’s adventures with Piglet, Eeyore and co., did you know that you can visit where the ideas and stories came from?
The 100 Acre Wood where the characters had their fun in the stories is actually based on the 500 Acre Wood in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. Read more
A selection of walking routes on Pembrokeshire Coast
Pembrokeshire Coast offers such stunning scenery, it seems a shame to speed past it. So why not take in this wonderful area of Wales on two feet? We’ve compiled a list of 10 walking routes for all abilities for you to try.
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:
Looking for Yorkshire Dales walks? Here are some routes we recommend
The best way to see the beautiful Yorkshire Dales is on foot, so whether you’re an experienced walker or not we’ve got some great routes for you to try:
My Top 10 Northern England landscape views & walks
In 2015 for the GO Outdoors Awards, we nominated a selection of fantastic independent outdoor blogs and asked the public to vote for their favourite. The following is a guest post from winner Stuart Hodgson and gives you an insight into what you can expect from his own blog. Stuart has combined his love for the outdoors with his love for photography, so we asked him to name his top 10 views that he’s captured on his walks.
From countryside strolls to hikes and climbs, you’ll find a multitude of walks for all abilities through the picturesque Peak District.
The GO Guide to the Lake District – Walking
In the first part of our Lake District series, we take you through 10 great walks in the Lake District. With walks that tackle any experience level, and even some for the kids, there’s something for everyone.