Where to Go

You’ve got the bug to get outdoors, but where’s the best place to go? If you want to experience somewhere new, check out the top tips from our outdoors experts.

Seaside Climbs

By James Pearson

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Pembrokeshire is great for sea cliff climbing. One thing to look out for in Pembrokeshire is seepage from the land. All the rain that falls in the winter comes out through the weaknesses in the rock, so even in spring, the winter rain is coming through. If you're climbing at the end of summer/autumn, then most of the rock is going to be dry.

James Pearson is one of the UK’s top multidisciplinary climbers, conquering some of the most incredible cliffs in the world.

Island Paradise

By Lizzie Outside

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The Isle of Scilly is one of my favourite places. I've camped on there at a place called The Garrison, which is a proper campsite. As you walk up to the top of the Garrison, you are greeted with breathtaking views of the harbour and off-islands that make up the Scillies. There are some beautiful coastal walks nearby, and because the location is so remote, there’s very little light pollution, so stargazing is fantastic.

Lizzie Outside is the queen of distance stand up paddling. She has paddled across the English Channel and navigated England’s waterways on her stand up board, wild camping across the country.

Crash a Castle

By Leo Thomas

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In Germany, we have something like 20,000 castles and there's one I've been to, called Wegelnburg. From there, you have an epic view over the Palatinate Forest, and it’s only about a one-hour hike from your car. The cool thing about it is that you can go on top of it and take photos.

Leo Thomas is an outdoor photographer based in Germany and a member of the German Roamers.

Great Scots

By Kieran Creevy

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The Scottish Bothy system is amazing. It gives you access to fairly remote locations without having to carry around a massive tent. You can't book them, they're free and effectively run as a charity. Because you can't book it, you could turn up and the place is already half-full. But it's the kind of community element that is brilliant. I've had a couple of amazing weekends just turning up and the place has been packed to the gills and it's really convivial. You can meet people and glean information from them that you would never have gotten from a book or map.

Kieran Creevy is a top expedition and private chef and international mountain leader. He’s exactly who you’d want to be manning the pots and pans on your campsite.

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Where to Go

You’ve got the bug to get outdoors but where’s the best place to go? If you want to experience somewhere new, check out the top tips from our outdoors experts.
Seaside climbs
By James Pearson   Read More
Pembrokeshire is great for sea cliff climbing. One thing to look out for in Pembrokeshire is seepage from the land. All the rain that falls in the winter comes out through the weaknesses in the rock, so even in spring, the winter rain is coming through. If you're climbing at the end of summer/autumn, then most of the rock is going to be dry.
James Pearson is one of the UK’s top multi-disciplinary climbers, conquering some of the most incredible cliffs in the world.
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Island paradise
By Lizzie Outside   Read More
The Isle of Scilly is one of my favourite places. I've camped on there at a place called The Garrison, which is a proper campsite. As you walk up to the top of the Garrison, you are greeted with breathtaking views of the harbour and off-islands that make up the Scillies. There are some beautiful coastal walks nearby, and because the location is so remote, there’s very little light pollution, so stargazing is fantastic.
Lizzie Outside is the queen of distance stand up paddling. She has paddled across the English Channel and navigated England’s waterways on her stand up board, wild camping across the country.
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Crash a Castle
By Leo Thomas   Read More
In Germany, we have something like 20,000 castles and there's one I've been to, called Wegelnburg. From there, you have an epic view over the Palatinate Forest, and it’s only about a one-hour hike from your car. The cool thing about it is that you can go on top of it and take photos.
Leo Thomas is an outdoor photographer based in Germany and a member of the German Roamers.
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Great Scots
By Kieran Creevy   Read More
The Scottish Bothy system is amazing. It gives you access to fairly remote locations without having to carry around a massive tent. You can't book them, they're free and effectively run as a charity. Because you can't book it, you could turn up and the place is already half-full. But it's the kind of community element that is brilliant. I've had a couple of amazing weekends just turning up and the place has been packed to the gills and it's really convivial. You can meet people and glean information from them that you would never have gotten from a book or map.
Kieran Creevy is a top expedition and private chef and international mountain leader. He’s exactly who you’d want to be manning the pots and pans on your campsite.
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