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Shortlists announced for The Great Outdoors Reader Awards 2020 - vote now! | The Great Outdoors
3 DAYS AGO - This year we received more nominations than ever for our annual Reader Awards, and we're delighted Expand
Rocketing up: are jet packs the future of mountain rescue? | The Great Outdoors
01/10/2020 - In a recent test flight in the Lake District, a pilot wearing an Iron Man-style jet suit reached a Expand
*PROMOTION* Dare to explore: How an inspirational adventurer beat the odds | The Great Outdoors
09/09/2020 - After breaking his neck in 2017, professional rugby player Ed Jackson was told he might never walk Expand
Top 10 mountains with a difference | The Great Outdoors
26/08/2020 - Every hill has something special to offer, but the following go over and above…
“This can't be continued long-term”: the fight to save our independent hostels | The Great Outdoors
13/08/2020 - The hostel sector is facing an unprecedented crisis. Here, independent hostel owners share their Expand
8 lesser-trodden long-distance walks | The Great Outdoors
22/07/2020 - These more unusual trails of various lengths all make excellent options for a UK escape while Expand
How to get started with digital navigation | The Great Outdoors
16/07/2020 - Digital navigation tools, used properly, can be an important part of navigating safely. Here, Alex Expand
Nominations are now open for The Great Outdoors Awards 2020 | The Great Outdoors
12/10/2020 - It's that time of year again! The Great Outdoors Awards 2020 launch this autumn. Now's your chance Expand
Full circle: meet the man who walked Britain’s perimeter in the name of art | The Great Outdoors
24/09/2020 - Photographer Quintin Lake has completed a five-year challenge to walk the full perimeter of Expand
10 of the best islands for adventurers | The Great Outdoors
02/09/2020 - Britain is blessed with thousands of intriguing islands, many of which repay further exploration. Expand
Be a minimum-impact wild camper | The Great Outdoors
06/08/2020 - With ‘fly camping’ on the rise, here’s how to practice Leave No Trace wild camping.
“Without further government support a large part of the hostel sector will disappear” | The Great Outdoors
27/07/2020 - With government support for the tourism sector coming to an end, many hostels are now facing Expand
How to choose a three-season sleeping bag | The Great Outdoors
16/07/2020 - Down or synthetic? Roomy or snug? And what does a 'comfort limit' really mean? As summer wild Expand
Wild camping for beginners: essential tips | The Great Outdoors
07/07/2020 - Where can you camp? What should you take? And is wild camping legal anyway? If you're new to the Expand
Top 10 hills for kids | The Great Outdoors
01/07/2020 - Sometimes, an adventure at altitude is the only thing that'll tire them out! Here are ten hill Expand
School’s out: The crisis facing outdoor education | The Great Outdoors
09/10/2020 - Coronavirus restrictions have pushed outdoors centres across the UK to the brink of closure. Expand
Summer of champions: how 2020 became the year of mountain record breakers | The Great Outdoors
09/09/2020 - As James Forrest sets a new Wainwright record, we look back on a summer of record-breaking Expand
Top 10 Wainwright fells | The Great Outdoors
31/08/2020 - From the sublime to the mysterious, TGO's contributors share their favourite Wainwright fells.
OPINION: Wild camping is under threat – and renaming it won’t solve the problem of “dirty camping”. But empathy and inclusivity might. | The Great Outdoors
30/07/2020 - Wild camping represents the best of our outdoor culture, writes Alex Roddie, and today’s Expand
5 of the best three-season sleeping bags | The Great Outdoors
16/07/2020 - Looking for a versatile sleeping bag designed to cover a huge range of temperatures? TGO’s gear Expand
BOOK REVIEW: The Unremembered Places: Exploring Scotland’s Wild Histories by Patrick Baker | The Great Outdoors
07/07/2020 - Patrick Baker, author of The Cairngorms: A Secret History, returns to Scotland to explore Expand
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