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Mountain bike holidays in the Alps

Many biking enthusiasts dream about mountain bike holidays in the Alps. The region is one of the best areas for downhill biking and, of course, offers some spectacular views of the world famous mountain range. But the big question is, … Continue reading

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Ibiza bike routes

When you think of Ibiza the first image that springs to mind undoubtedly involves drunken Brits, massive super clubs and sunbathing on crowded beaches. But did you know that Ibiza sports some great bike routes and mountain biking facilities? Hopping … Continue reading

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Lake District walks, staying safe

The Lake District is one of the most popular beauty spots in the UK and naturally attracts thousands of walkers ever year. Embarking on a Lake District walk is something all avid walkers have done at some point or another, … Continue reading

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Pyrenees bike trails and events

The Pyrenees, nestled between the boarders of France or Spain, is probably best known by cyclists as a pivotal leg in the most famous cycling event in the world – The Tour De France. But the Pyrenees also offers a … Continue reading

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Exmoor national park walking guides

Exmoor national park is one of Britain’s most treasured beauty spots and is a fantastic place to plot out a walking route. While Exmoor is one of the smaller of the UK’s national parks, it offers a diverse range of … Continue reading

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Dartmoor walking routes

If you’re looking for a cross section of walking routes, perfect for beginners, experts and everyone in-between, then Dartmoor is a great place to explore. The area is veritable feast of natural beauty, from dense woodland to windswept moors. So … Continue reading

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The Pennine Way

The oldest National Trail in Britain, and perhaps the most famous, the Pennine Way links Edale in Derbyshire with Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders. It’s 267 miles of walking in the Pennines and Cheviots is, perhaps, best known for … Continue reading

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Outdoor Guides for Wilderness Enthusiasts

Exploring the natural world is one of the most rewarding activities that you can do. Not only will you get the opportunity to discover some amazing sights and destinations, but you will also keep fit at the same time. There … Continue reading

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Learning About Geocaching Maps

These days, geocaching has become such a popular activity that its fans have developed their own vocabulary in order to make it easier for others to locate these hidden treasures. Here are a few of the most common terms used … Continue reading

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Types of OS Maps for Leisure

For over two hundred years, Ordnance Survey (OS) has been mapping the world, making it easier for us to find our way around without worrying about getting lost. With this lengthy experience, it is not surprising that so many people … Continue reading

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