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The Giant Redwoods of California

You can't visit this region without seeing the Giant Redwoods. These trees are absolutely immense.

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Get your family to try the (local) 3 Peaks Challenge!

Doing the National 3 Peaks Challenge is out of reach for most families. However, have you thought of doing a local one? We tried the highest peaks in ...

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Walking from Bracelands to Symonds Yat

If you are staying at the Bracelands Campsite in the Forest of Dean, here's a nice circular walk that will take you to Symonds Yat and back.

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A Guide to the UK’s Most Family Friendly Autumn Walks

Four family-friendly autumn walks from different parts of the UK. Perfect for getting out with the kids.

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Durdle Door

An impressive arch with an impressive beach. Durdle Door should be on your must see list when visiting Dorset.

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Is six too young to climb Mount Snowdon? Nope!

Fancy climbing a mountain with the kids? Wonder how old they have to be? Read this for inspiration.

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Distant Horizons – The Lake District

Distant Horizons provide a lot of family friendly indoor and outdoor activities in the Lake District. We gave them a go, and can highly recommend.

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Offa’s Dyke National Trail (& Geocoin)

Offas Dyke is an ancient 'wall' that runs between England and Wales. with a National Trail that runs along it. We've hidden a special geocoin there.

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Sunset walk and The Sloop Inn at Porthgain

Pembrokeshire is stunning, and the tiny village of Porthgain is a great spot for a sunny evening bite to eat and a walk to watch the sun set over the ocean.

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Lake Vyrnwy – A picturesque spot for walking, picnics, cycling, and canoeing

Lake Vyrnwy is a very picturesque spot, and a great place to take the kids, with nature trails, waterfalls, bird spotting, cycling, and even canoeing.

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