Expert Advice: Hiking, Trekking or Walking Poles – How To Choose?

Hiking, Trekking or Walking Poles – How To Choose?

If you’re going to be doing any sort of walking in the countryside, you need to get yourself a set of Hiking, Trekking or Walking Poles.  The benefits of walking through the countryside with a set of walking poles are endless.  It doesn’t matter whether you’re walking through the snow, up a mountain or up …

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UK Walking Locations – The Isle of Man

If you’re will to take a drive or even jump on a plan then how about a trip to the Isle of Man which offers something for everyone wanting to get out and about and explore the UK’s countryside.The Isle of Man is a small island in the UK that is located in the Irish …

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UK Walking Locations – The Cotswold’s

The Cotsworld - Sams Outdoors

The Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and covers around 800 square miles of countryside across six counties in the south of the UK. The region was first designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1966, however it’s been increased in size over the last 50 years to the stage where today it …

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UK Walking Locations – The Chiltern Hills

The Chilterns National Park

The Chiltern Hills is beautiful part of the UK and offer some fantastic day-walking with it’s gentle hills and flat grasslands that many walkers visit especially in the Summer Months. The area cover off 300 Square miles of countryside and is approximately 11 miles in width and 40 miles in length in a southwest to …

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UK Walking Locations – The Cambrian Mountains

UK Walking Locations - The Cambrian Mountains

The Cambrian Mountains is not a National Park, however does represent a fantastic opportunity for walkers and hikers to explore and area between Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons that is predominantly a mountainous area and contains a number of different walks and challenging experiences. The area was original proposed as a National Park in the …

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UK Walking Locations – The Yorkshire Dales National Park

UK Walking Locations - The Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Yorkshire Dales National Park was created in 1954 and forms an upland area of the Pennines in Northern England covering 680 Square miles of countryside whilst offering walkers some amazing countryside to walk around. The National Park consists of river valleys and the hills starting from the Vale of York whilst heading westwards towards …

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10 Fantastic WhiteWater Rafting Destinations

10 Fantastic WhiteWater Rafting Destinations

Are you fed up with walking in the UK mountains and want something really different? How about doing some white-water rafting, however where in the world can you combine the two together.The big problem with the UK is that whilst you can go rafting, the water is very cold and therefore it’s a great idea …

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