Posts Tagged ‘hike’
Bronze, Silver or Gold? Visit Wales is challenging you to Team GB inspired action.
OAG heads to Norfolk for a weekend of sun, sea, crabbing and a spot of nudity
Getting dragged around mountains by a husky. You don’t get much odder than that. So we sent unwitting Staff Writer Mary to Rhone Alpes for a spot of Cani-Rando.
From the mountains of the Vercors right through to the Ardèche canyon, the south of the Rhône Alpes is a haven for avid adventurers, with everything from Husky-hiking though to canoeing. Perfect for a sporting trip of your own.
OAG heads to the Scottish Highlands for an action-packed weekend of sea kayaking and mountain biking
OAG’s editor heads to Elba for an Island Adventure
Last September, a group of 20 15-year-old girls from Stamford High School ventured to the Peaks, rucksacks filled and waterproof maps at the ready, for a three-day hike from Ashbourne Heights to Parsley Hay. Their challenge? To scoop the DoE Silver Award.
The new Wales Coastal Path is already clocking up a number of firsts: the only path to cover an entire country’s coast, longest trail in the UK and now one more; the first to use QR barcodes to gives walkers with smartphones more information on the path. The Conwy section of the path features hundreds [...]
The 1087 Wales Coastal path is due to open this bank holiday weekend (5 May) just in time for an early summer hike.
Fancy giving yourself a challenge next weekend? Here are our have-a-go challenges for June 2012. Tweedlove Bike Festival Where: Tweed Valley, Scotland When: 26th May – 5 June How Much: Varies Nope, not a celebration of our favourite shooting jackets, but in fact a 10-day cycling-fest in the Tweed Valley. Events include the Skinny Tweed, [...]