an outdoors family autumn family adventures

Flexibility is key to adventuring with kids, so is having the proper kit!

We had plans for today… we’d been keeping an eye on the weather forecast which looked incredible for bagging a munro… low wind, great visibility, no rain forecast but very low temperatures. Nothing awful. So we packed our bags yesterday, all except the jackets we’d used in the snow as they were drying out. We […]

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The Frank Bruce Sculpture Trail, Feshiebridge

Last weekend, we went away in the van to explore more of the Aviemore area. It’s somewhere we love because of the mountains, but we haven’t really done much of the valley walks. However, the weather last weekend lined up brilliantly with us wanting a slower weekend, with shorter walks (hopefully) between the showers. The […]

An Outdoors Family Lochnagar munros

Route info: The Lochnagar Circuit

Keith made a few notes about the Lochnagar circuit, one of the biggest munro walks from the summer. We took two days to do it, so why not grab yourself a cuppa, probably a biscuit or two, (it’s quite a long read) get comfy and give it a read…. 1st day: So the plan was to […]

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Our favourite outdoor experiences from around the world

11 years ago this month, we set off for a years travelling, having spent what felt like forever (5yrs really) saving up and researching all the places we wanted to go to, all the things we wanted to see. During the year, we travelled through America, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, New Zealand, […]

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Live your own definition of adventure

Here it goes, another mention of our summer challenge… but I promise you it will be a quick one! If you follow our blog you’ll know we set out to bag 20+ munros over 4 weeks with our son, raising money for Tommy’s charity – at the end we bagged 22 together, walked 104km with […]