Walking & Active

Kinder Scout Winter Walking

WALKING | The Best UK Walks To Do This Winter

When it comes to walking, Autumn and Winter are the ideal time to head outdoors, so when Winfields Outdoors got...

WALKING | Brinscall to Great Hill, Walking in the Lancashire Moors

Circular walk, Brinscall to Great Hill Start & End Point: Brinscall Swimming pool, PR6 8Q Distance: approximately 5 miles /...

The ridge to Catbells summit

WALKING | Hawse End to Catbells & Camping in Cumbria on the Autumn Equinox

Circular walk, Hawse End to Catbells, Cumbria Start & End Point: Hawse End car park, CA12 5UE Distance: approximately 3.8...

The Roaches

WALKING | Autumn Walks, Hen Cloud in the Peak District

We arrive at The Roaches late one morning on a crisp and warm autumn day despite my satnav choosing an...

Koru Kayaking Cornwall August 2017

ACTIVE | Exploring The St Agnes Coast With Koru Kayaking, Trevaunance Cove in Cornwall

I love kayaking, though I normally take to the water on lochs and lakes and have only once, very briefly,...

CAMRA Wild Pub Walks Book

WALKING | Wild About Walking? CAMRA’s Wild Pub Walks Is For You!

CAMRA’s Wild Pub Walks by Daniel Neilson Published 22nd May 2017 £11.38 on Amazon.co.uk Now, I’m no real ale fan,...

Ridge walk between Beinn Ghlas and Ben Lawers

TRAVEL | My Scottish Road Trip – Kayaking on a Loch & Standing On Top Of Mountains

When you’re in a long term relationship with someone who shares the same interests and hobbies, it’s easy to fall...

Hafren Forest walk in Wales

WALKING | Walking The Blaenhafren Falls Trail at Hafren Forest, Wales

We were glamping in mid-Wales at Cledan Valley, near Carno and a bit of research prior to our stay revealed...

Two Bare Feet Adult Mask Snorkel Fins Set

GEAR | Two Bare Feet Adult Snorkel Set Review

What is it Two Bare Feet Snorkel Set; Fins, mask and snorkel Small/Medium suitable for UK 4.5 – UK 8.5...

Build a bird feeder visual guide

NATURE | Make A DIY Bird Feeder Ready For The Big Garden Birdwatch 2017

We’ve received our survey packs for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2017. We’ve washed out all of our feeders, bought...

Sizergh Castle Geocache find

OUTDOORS | Outdoor & Nature Based Things To Do To Combat The January Blues

Let’s face it, January can be a pretty tough month to get through. With all the fun and excitement of...

New Year's Day Walton Hall Park Walk

WALKING | A New Year’s Day Walk Around Walton Park in Liverpool

After a late night spent welcoming in the New Year with close friends, I wake up with a sore head...

Heat Holders ladies leggings and socks

GEAR | Putting Heat Holders To The Test On A Frosty Morning Walk

I simply adore the time between Christmas and New Year. I’m lucky enough to have the entire week off, which...

Paddleboarding in beautiful places

ACTIVE | Do Something Different! Try Stand Up Paddleboarding With Psyched Paddleboarding

We’ve loved the look of Stand up Paddleboarding (SUP) for some time, and I must admit to having one (disastrous!)...

Whitby Harbour Lobster Pots

WALKING | A Walk Around Whitby in Yorkshire

Like the town of Glastonbury, Whitby is a place that holds a special fascination for me. It could be the...

WALKING | Scaling Snowdon Via The South Ridge – Outdoor Bloggers Weekend 2016

Mr CWS arrives and we set off on our adventure straight from work on Friday evening, arriving at Llyn Gwynant...

GEAR | 10 Great Wet & Windy Weather Walking Jackets

Autumn is a brilliant time of year to get outdoors and explore. As well as being our favourite time of...

A skull up on Kinder Scout

WALKING | Hayfield to Kinder Downfall 14.6km Circular Peak District Walk

  Walk Details Kinder Downfall from Hayfield, circular route, see it here. Hard/challenging 14.6km / 9 miles 695m 7.26 Hours...

Climbing at Kilnworks

ACTIVE | Do Something Different! Try Indoor Climbing For Beginners: Guide to Getting Started

I have to admit to being a bit of an adrenaline junky, and I tend to enjoy most activities that...

Kayaking Peak Pursuits

ACTIVE | Kayaking at Astbury Mere Cheshire with Peak Pursuits

This was the first weekend in many months that we’d planned to spend at home, mainly so I could catch...

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