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Blogger network

Many of our readers and contributors write about their adventures online. This section of the site is all about showcasing that body of work – and other blogs we’ve noticed too!

Each week, we feature a handful of new entries from our network to share with our readers. Click here to read featured posts.

  • How to be listed

    If you would like your blog to be listed, please email the Online Editor with the following details:

    1. Your name and blog name
    2. A picture or icon representing you or your blog, dimensions 400x400 pixels
    3. A brief description of your blog
    4. The URL
    5. Why we should consider you for inclusion

    Please note that we cannot reply to every application. If we decide to list your blog, though, we'll let you know.


    Your blog must have a working RSS feed to be eligible for inclusion!

    We are keen to keep this a quality list. That means we'll be considering applicants carefully and cannot include everyone who applies. As a rule of thumb, if your blog is updated frequently with interesting, useful (or maybe just funny) material that our readers will enjoy, you'll have a higher chance of being included. Authenticity is important too!

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    2. Upload it to your blog's sidebar, footer or 'about' page and link it to this URL:

Alan Rowan (Munro Moonwalker)

Alan Rowan is a mountaineer, journalist, occasional film star and author of Moonwalker: Adventures of a Midnight Mountaineer.

Alan Sloman (Alan Sloman's Big Walk)

Walker, backpacker, TGO Challenge addict. LEJOGer.

Alastair Ewen (Aspen Outdoors)

I write about a range of topics: hikes and hillwalks I’ve done, bushcraft projects, flora and fauna etc. Hiker, hill runner, beachcomber, bushcrafter and Director of Aspen Outdoors Ltd.

Alastair Humphreys

Adventurer, Microadventurer, Keynote Speaker, a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.

Alex Roddie (words, mountains, imagination)

Online Editor and feature writer for The Great Outdoors, Alex writes about backpacking, mountaineering, photography, and gear reviews.

Alistair Young (ebothy)

Philosophical wanderings in the Scottish highlands and islands.

Andrew Cannon (An Oldie Outdoors)

No expert, no tough guy, just a random oldie learning as he goes outdoors.

Andrew Walker (Fast Track to Nowhere in Particular)

Hill walker, runner, cyclist, poet & wannabe guitarist. Another great TGO Challenge blog.

Andy Howell (must be this way)

This backpacking blog is a great source of info on the Pyrenees and the TGO Challenge.

Ashley Beolens (Views from an Urban Lake)

Outdoors and Nature blogger covering Wildlife, Walking, Geocaching, Camping, often with a family in tow.

Bob Cartwright (the Outdoors Station)

The UK’s longest-running award-winning podcast dedicated to the self-powered traveller (and accompanied by an excellent blog!).

Carrot Quinn (dispatches from the wild)

One of the best blogs on long-distance hiking in North America.

Chris Townsend (Chris Townsend Outdoors)

Our Gear Editor Chris Townsend is one of the UK’s most experienced backpackers. On his blog he writes about backpacking, wilderness and the environment, in the UK and abroad.

Christine Crowther (Dixie)

Love being out on the moors and mountains, backpacking, dogs, travelling. Retired primary school teacher and former Mountain Rescue Deputy Team Leader.

Colin Ibbotson (Tramplite)

Hiker, cycle tourer and paddler. Occasional designer of lightweight hiking kit.

Dale Bird (Dale's minimalist outdoors blog)

One of the more unusual outdoor blogs – short, no-nonsense answers to your backpacking and hillwalking questions! #askdale

Daron Linney (Wander the hills, and camp in high places)

A lover of the outdoors, together with my springer spaniel Max, we hike/wild camp & photograph UK mountainous areas.

David Lintern (David Lintern words & pictures)

Regular TGO contributor David Lintern writes about landscape, hillwalking and wild camping, environment and photography on his blog.

David Williams (FellBound)

The ramblings and rantings of a 50s-something hill walker. A great blog for reading about the TGO Challenge.

Dougie Cunningham (Leading Lines)

The blog of award-winning landscape photographer and TGO contributor Dougie Cunningham.

Dr Ash Routen

Ash blogs about expeditions to very cold places.

Eli Greenacre (To Outdoors & Beyond)

My blog is about the outdoors and how it is the perfect remedy for everyday life: the stress and anxieties it brings and how you can achieve good physical and mental health by getting outside.

Elliott Waring (See Outside)

An outdoor lifestyle, adventure, and travel journal.

Emily Woodhouse (Travelling Lines)

Be Yourself – Know Yourself – Challenge Expectations

Adventures (from micro to crazy), wild camping, cycling and Mountain Rescue. Setting up the UK’s first print Women’s Adventure Magazine!

Ewan Mearns (Wild About Scotland)

Mountain Leader • Backpacker • Campervans • Cycle touring • Lover of Scotland’s wild places

Fiona Russell (Fiona Outdoors)

A journalist, professional blogger and web copywriter. I run, walk, cycle, swim, ski and love most things outdoors in Scotland (except heights!).

Geoff Crowther (Far not fast)

Hillwalker, backpacker, dog lover, touring cyclist, writer, traveller, former mountain rescue team leader and teacher.

Hendrik Morkel (Hiking in Finland)

Climbing, bikepacking, skiing & packrafting in the north. Hendrik’s blog is a great resource for lightweight backpacking.

Iñaki Diaz de Etura (Travelling on Foot)

Lightweight and ultralight backpacking in Europe and beyond.

James Boulter (Backpackingbongos)

I work as an advocate for people accessing homeless services. My passion is seeking out the wild places, backpacking and wild camping.

James Roddie (James Roddie Photography)

TGO contributor James Roddie is an award-winning photographer and outdoors writer. Guide for Black Isle Nature Photography.

John D Burns

Actor, author, mountaineer, outdoor storyteller and playwright John Burns is perhaps best known for his amusing take on British outdoor culture.

Jon Sparks

Award-winning photographer, writer and TGO contributor specialising in landscape, outdoor pursuits, bikes of all kinds.

Jonny Muir (Heights of Madness)

Writer and author on running in the high places of Scotland.

Julie Coldwell (Living This Life Out Loud)

Passion for cycling, running, climbing, solo wild camping/swimming. Hoping to inspire other women.

Kate Hopper (Love from Scotland)

Love from Scotland is an outdoor travel blog that is dedicated to getting people to explore Scotland.

Kate Jamieson (The Adventures of Kate)

IR grad, humanitarian, adventurer, amateur mountaineer, Sea Cadet instructor. I help fight pirates.

Keith Fergus (Wanderings – the Ramblings of Outdoor Fergie)

I write (usually) short, snappy blogs about where my wanderings have taken me as well as detailing some of the interesting culture/history/wildlife that I see en route plus all the magnificent scenery. TGO contributor.

Keith Foskett

Long-distance thru-hiker, blogger, TGO contributor and author of six books.

Keith and Stacey Wilcox (An Outdoors Family)

We blog about our family adventures with our 5yo son: Munro bagging, wild camping and canoeing adventures.

Ken Shaw (Ultralight and Comfortable)

A blog about ultralight hiking with a few of life’s creature comforts.

Kirstie Smith (Life happens on the hills)

A diary of adventures from the Isle of Arran and beyond.

Lucy Wallace (Arran Wild Walks)

Mountain Leader, wildlife guide, climber, otter groupie, and cyclist.

Mark Horrell (Footsteps on the Mountain)

Indie author and mountaineering blogger. Bit of a mountain history geek. Baldest digital comms professional to climb Everest (probably).

Mark Roberts (Backpacking North)

Ultralight backpacking, hiking, photography, and fatbiking in Finland and beyond.

Mark Waring (One Swedish Summer)

Wilderness backpacking by TGO contributor Mark Waring. Sufferer of Northern Exposure, walker of the Boreal.

Mike Knipe (Northern Pies)

This is a personal blog mainly to do with hillwalking things but with other stuff as well… maybe the odd rant…

Neil Reid (Cairngorm Wanderer)

Hill walker and rock and ice climber, with a passion for the Cairngorms. Comms officer with Mountaineering Scotland and volunteer with MBA and FOBS.

Paul Fredericks (Two Dogs and an Awning)

My blog now contains over 450 walks from around the UK and is intended to encourage others to get outside and explore. Each post contains detailed directions for the walk, reflects on the things we see and often gives brief relevant historical information. We travel around the UK in a caravan and many of the blogs start from, or close to, the sites we stay on. They vary in length from around five miles to over twenty.

Peter Dixon (Wanderings Up North)

Backpacker; completed Munros and Wainwrights.

Philip Werner (Section Hiker)

Hiking and backpacking for beginners and experts. A great resource for lightweight backpacking technique and gear reviews.

Rich Jones (UKWildCamping)

The wild camping adventures of Rich Jones, routes, kit and photos of the wild places visited.

Richard Prideaux (Original Outdoors)

Wilderness skills instructor, forager, writer, photographer, beard owner and hater of cheese products.

Robin Evans (Blogpacking Light)

Backpacking blogger. TGO Challenger. Trip reports and gear reviews/mods.

Robin Wallace (Robinho Outdoors)

Hiking and wild camping on the mountains of Scotland and sometimes beyond.

Rich (Run, Ride & Sleep Outside)

Runner, cyclist, maker and eater of cake.

Stephen McAuliffe (Howling Mist)

Howling Mist is a record of my outdoor treks and hikes and any other little adventures I get up to. I occasionally venture into the realms of mountaineering but more and more these days it is devoted to hiking and camping.

Stevie Hughes (Walk Naepace)

The blog is a collection of walk reports of the 89 Munros I’ve climbed so far. 

My ‘reports’ are generally an irreverent take on the more traditional walk descriptions usually seen. They document the trials and tribulations of a fairly unfit, now 42 year old father of 2, who never seems to get up and down a hill without some comedic event befalling me!

Thomas Smallwood (Armchair Mountaineer)

Entrepreneur, Author and Outdoor Enthusiast. I quit the rat-race to live a more satisfying and adventurous life.

Wilkie Murray (Scotland's Mountains)

Mainly the hills and mountains of Scotland, walking and hiking up the Corbetts and Munros.

William Burton (Bajan Things)

Over the past 5 years I have done the TGO Challenge 4 times and hiked there this year outside of the TGO. Through my writing I try to encourage those who are stuck in life’s routine to break out of their comfort zone and, even if it a micro adventure, go and do it.

Zoe Homes (Splodz Blogz)

Life is all about the journey. Lover of travel, adventure & the outdoors. Massive bucket list. #GetOutside Champion.