The November Issue Has Arrived

The November Issue Has Arrived

A sneak peek inside the latest issue of TGO Magazine

NO ORDINARY WOOD: EXPLORING BRITAIN’S FORGOTTEN RAINFORESTS

NO ORDINARY WOOD: EXPLORING BRITAIN’S FORGOTTEN RAINFORESTS

Did you know that Britain has rainforests? Sarah Stirling delves into the wildwoods of Wales to discover an overlooked part of our natural heritage.

Walk the Wild with the John Muir Trust

Walk the Wild with the John Muir Trust

The Great Outdoors magazine has teamed up with wild land charity the John Muir Trust to look at how the land they own, lease and manage is protected and enhanced for the benefit of people and wildlife.

HOW REWILDING PROJECTS ARE RESHAPING OUR UPLANDS

HOW REWILDING PROJECTS ARE RESHAPING OUR UPLANDS

Rewilding schemes are gathering steam across the country – so what will the impact be on Britain’s mountains? Hanna Lindon looks to the future.

DARING TO STAND ON ‘THAT ROCK’: THE KJERAGBOLTEN

DARING TO STAND ON ‘THAT ROCK’: THE KJERAGBOLTEN

After his kids were inspired by images they saw on Instagram, Andrew Watson needed no excuse to take a family holiday to the Norwegian fjords. Was ‘that’ rock as scary as it looked?

Gear News

Latest Articles

  • What was the best gear of 2019?

    What was the best gear of 2019?

    12th November 2019

    The Great Outdoors Gear Awards 2019 shortlist has been revealed. Are you eager to know what the top performing outdoors clothing and equipment was in 2019? Want to know the best kit to take you out on the hills in…

  • Sponsored:  Eliminate the Wet Winter Sweat-fest 

    Sponsored: Eliminate the Wet Winter Sweat-fest 

    8th November 2019

    Keep warm and dry this winter with Polartec. For many years, the outdoors industry has prioritised high waterproof ratings and we’ve lapped it up, thinking it’s the best way to stay dry outside during wet British winters. But for many…

  • Britain’s Top Ten Autumnal Woodland Walks 

    Britain’s Top Ten Autumnal Woodland Walks 

    25th October 2019

    Woodland strolls are the perfect way to unwind at the best of times, but during the vibrant autumn months the bursts of orange and red really make them something special. Chiara Bullen shares her favourite woodland walks at this time…

  • Britain’s Mountain Black Spots 

    Britain’s Mountain Black Spots 

    25th October 2019

    Where are you statistically most likely to have an accident in the British hills and mountains? Sarah Stirling talks to Mountain Rescue teams in Scotland, Wales and the Lake District to find out which accident ‘black spots’ they repeatedly return to – and why they aren’t always the most…

  • A Life in Mountain Rescue: Insights from John Allen

    A Life in Mountain Rescue: Insights from John Allen

    4th October 2019

    John Allen spent thirty years in the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team and shares the incredible tales and lessons learned in his book, Cairngorm John. Ahead of the book’s 10th anniversary edition (published by Sandstones Press in September), John spoke with Chiara…