An Outdoors Family fundraiser

The challenge: 20+ munros in 4 weeks…We’ve done it!

Well what a month it was! 4 weeks spent together, travelling around Scotland and bagging in total 22 of Scotland’s most family friendly munros, the majority of which were new to us. We walked 104km and climbed 7500m of ascent. We set on this challenge to raise money for a cause very close to our […]

An Outdoors Family Trespass seawater Jacket

Trespass: Review of the seawater lightweight jacket

I have been testing out the Seawater Waterproof Jacket from Trespass* over the past few weeks and found that it has lot to offer for a lightweight waterproof jacket for this time of year. First thing’s first though, let’s talk about the features of this Womens Lightweight Waterproof Jacket with Hood: Waterproof rating – 3000mm […]

An Outdoors Family The Outdoors Fix

The Outdoors Fix – a chat about our family adventures

The Outdoors Fix is a podcast hosted by Liv Bolton, which, acoording to her website is “A podcast to inspire people wanting to make adventures outdoors a bigger part of their life”. We’re the first to admit, we were a bit shocked when we got a message from her asking if we could have a […]

An Outdoors Family Shared Parental Leave New Zealand

Why we chose to spend our shared parental leave in New Zealand

When we had our son last summer,  we decided to make use of shared parental leave, taking three months off at the start of this year. We were wanting to go on an adventure, take in the views,  go on hikes,  lounge on beaches and do a spot of wildlife watching while we were at […]

An Outdoors Family munrobagging as a family

Munrobagging with kids; a checklist

Getting outdoors here in Scotland is something we can’t get enough of as a family. We’ve had countless adventures wildcamping, getting away in our campervan, canoeing or challenging ourselves on some of Scotland’s best mountains. Munros are mountains in Scotland that are over 3000ft. There are 282 munros and people who climb them are called […]