22nd June 2021
17th June 2021
A look inside our July issue
Bivvying in the Lake District, fastpacking the West Highland Way and crossing Europe on foot - the July issue of The Great Outdoors is packed cover-to-cover with adventure.
17th June 2021
Why are our national parks failing to protect nature?
Despite being Britain's most 'protected' landscapes, biodiversity in our national parks is in decline. As campaigners make new calls for rewilding, Hanna Lindon investigates the issue.
11th June 2021
Warm-weather hats: three of the best reviewed
With warm weather finally upon us, Lucy Wallace checks out a selection of hiking headgear for hot and sunny days.
9th June 2021
10 highlights from a 200 mile walk across England’s north
2nd June 2021
Two-person tents: 8 of the best reviewed
Chris Townsend puts eight of the latest lightweight tents suitable for two people (on paper, at least!) to the test…
28th May 2021
ViewRanger to OutdoorActive: navigating the transition
The merger between popular navigation app ViewRanger and the OutdoorActive platform has left some users experiencing problems. Hanna Lindon investigates the issues.
27th May 2021
Why we need to talk about class and the outdoors
To make the outdoors truly inclusive, we need to put class in the picture, argues adventurer and author Phoebe Smith.
19th May 2021
A peek inside our June issue…
Our June issue is an ode to adventuring with kids (and there's plenty of inspiration for wild campers, backpackers and geology buffs too).
18th May 2021
How to create the perfect family base camp
We team up with Scandinavian camping brand Nordisk to share tips on creating a cosy home from home outdoors for your family.
14th May 2021
How to get over your wild camping worries
Five hikers tell us how they confronted their first-time jitters and discovered the joys of sleeping in the wilds.