OVERLOOKING EDINBURGH FROM ARTHUR’S SEAT

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I’m reliably informed that the best way to stop the muscles stiffening up to the point of painfulness is to just keep moving, and so rather than finding a coffee shop and spending our post West Highland Way relaxation time … Continued

BOOK REVIEW: THE ADVENTURER’S GUIDE TO BRITAIN

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Jen and Sim Benson, who happen to be fellow GetOutside Champions and as such I consider to be friends of mine, are prolific authors. They pile their energy into writing books designed to inspire and motivate you to spend more … Continued

ONE HOUR OUTSIDE AT ROGIE FALLS

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Hiking doesn’t always have to be up mountains or over long distances. Although I love to challenge myself, I like nothing more than spending an hour or two meandering through woodland or by the sea shore, along easy to follow … Continued

CAN YOU GET ONE HOUR OUTSIDE EVERY DAY IN NOVEMBER?

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November is a notoriously cold, dark and damp month. Which is rubbish. Really rubbish. I mean, don’t get me wrong, November is a great month. I think it’s particularly excellent because it’s the month in which I celebrate my birthday. … Continued

WHY THE WEST HIGHLAND WAY?

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In Spring 2018 we will find out where the West Highland Way appears in the list of Britain’s Favourite 100 Walks, which may or may not feature yours truly, but for now I will just add my voice to the … Continued