This month I’ve added geocaching to my shorter hikes and outdoor exploring activities. Geocaching is a bit like a treasure hunt and really adds a sense of mission and purpose to an otherwise random hike or walk.
A short brain fart about why I think it’s important to encourage our kids to get outdoors and have some adventure.
This article talks about my pocket knife and knife maintenance kit and why I decided to include one in my outdoor gear.
This article is about my hike up Mam Tor and along the Great Ridge in the Peak District.
This article is about how I make pine needle tea when I’m out and about in the countryside. Packed with vitamins and is great for your general health and mental wellbeing.
This is a short post about my plans for getting out in 2020. I have a packed schedule planned with loads of hiking, exploring, cycling and foraging.
This article is about my outdoor cooking kit and how I have put it all together. I want to add outdoor cooking to my longer hiking and cycling trips so I put together this lightweight, compact kit I can take with me.
A 20 mile day hike along the Arden Way. A great way to clear the mind after a stressful week.
Why I think getting outside more is good for mental health and wellbeing. If you are struggling with depression, stress or anxiety then why not give it a go yourself.
Fourteen mile cycle ride along the Grand Union Canal Towpath. A lovely trip out on a summer’s morning seeing herons and barges. A relaxed coffee at Knowle Locks.