TOG24 kindly sent over some gear which has helped me get well into my hiking stride this summer.
I’ve been wearing the Stutton Waterproof Jacket in coral red, guaranteed to brighten up a dull day, the Raywell women’s tech t-shirt for warmer weather and a cosy hoody for snuggling into at the end of an active day. Here’s how it performed.
The TOG24 Stutton jacket
The Lake District National Park is one of the UK’s most visited natural attractions for outdoor activities and adventure. England’s largest national park is home to a breathtaking landscape of stunning peaks, emerald green hills and infinite views. You’ll find tors, woodlands, peaks and more than a few lakes – the clue’s in the name. Adventure activities in the Lake District are endless and with its expanse of infinite landscapes and wide open spaces social distancing comes easy.
Trig point at Old Man Coniston with Scafell in the background
Alpbachtal Seenland in the Tirol region of Austria is all about getting outdoors, soaking up dramatic scenery and breathing in the fresh Alpine air.
In summer, a hike through the Tiefenbachklamm, a spectacular gorge which carves its way through the Alpbachtal landscape, is guaranteed to give you a healthy blast of wild nature and a good measure of outdoor therapy.
Sussex Bluebells are out in their full glory across the county from early April until the end of May. Want to take a bluebell walk in Sussex and breathe in that heady scent? Read on for some of the best bluebell woods in Sussex and step into the blue…
Sedona, Arizona is billed as one of the most beautiful places on earth. The town is surrounded by a stunning landscape perfect for hiking and trail walking. Think red rock vistas, rust coloured pinnacles and sandstone columns set against cobalt blue skies. We couldn’t wait to set off on some Sedona hikes and trails.
But there’s more to Sedona than its red-hued views and hiking trails. The area is also known for what you can’t see – its spirituality, vortexes, and energy fields.
The Grand Canyon has to be Arizona’s most famous landmark and, without doubt, the largest. In fact it’s vast, stretching for 277 miles, up to 18 miles wide in places, and striking depths of over a mile deep where the Colorado river cuts through the canyon’s floor.
But with such a massive natural feature, which part should you visit. Read on to find out what your options are and what to expect from a visit to the Grand Canyon West Rim. A must do if you’re in Vegas for more than a few days.
The Grand Canyon