Britain is blooming with green spaces. From the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, to the soaring peaks of the Cairngorms our landscapes are packed with opportunities to step into a world of adventure. Whether it’s an speedy zip wire experience, an invigorating hiking route or discovering our coastal creatures get ready for adventure that really packs the punch.
An outdoor and nature showcase
Cycle the Seven Sisters
The Seven Sisters chalk cliffs, along England’s south coast, are some of Britain’s most dramatic. From the Seven Sisters Country Park, you can cycle right down to the beach, from where you can gaze up at the majestic cliffs.
Why Britain's best for outdoor and nature
From stepping into ancient woodlands, to embarking on a prehistoric fossil hunting adventure along the Jurassic Coast, Britain’s outdoor experiences are brimming with excitement. Pick up the pedalling pace on a cycle through the Yorkshire Dales or snap that perfect sunset shot along the England Coast Path. Head into the wilds of Scotland’s rugged Highlands, or delve into the hidden coves along Wales’ expansive coastline. For unexpected moments, go underground for a bouncing subterranean adventure, or take to our waters to get to know some of our aquatic inhabitants.
And on a outdoors discovery in Britain, one thing is for certain - wherever the journey takes you, you’ll discover a nation filled with unmissable nature inspired moments.
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Reach the heights of Scafell Pike
For a hike up into the skies, look to England’s highest peak. An easier exploration takes to you the tip of the summit, but for a nature fueled route, circle round the winding paths filled with jaw-dropping scenery.Discover the heights of Scafell Pike
Discover the Isle of Staffa’s rocky landscape
Head deep into Fingal’s Cave for an explorations of geometric shapes and wave crashing harmonies. Located off the west coast of Scotland, hop a boat from Oban, Iona or Mull for the chance to step back into geographically history in a remote landscape.Discover Fingal’s Cave
Discover Wales on two wheels
For a challenging cycle where you’ll need a whole lot of pedal power, try the Lon Las Cymru route. From Cardiff up to Anglesey, the path is a whopping 383km long and passes through the Brecon Beacons and Snowdownia National Parks.Pedal your across the Lon Las Cymru route
Find fossils on our coast
It would be hard to name a more iconic place in Britain for fossil hunting than along the Jurassic Coast. On a winter’s day, wrap up warm and discover the beaches Dorset’s coast for prehistoric finds. The beaches between Charmouth and Lyme Regis are hotspots for first time fossil fiends.Find out more about fossil hunting