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With the New Year started you may have started failing New Year resolutions, but how about some New Year resolutions for the Outdoors? It’s a great chance to use some kit you may have been given over the festive period or use some vouchers / money to get some new gear.
So here are 5 easy outdoor New Year resolutions.
- Go out for a walk to the shops / to work or just on an evening once a week.
- Once a month a walk in the country side.
- Try at least 5 new walking locations in the next year.
- Climb one of the three highest peaks in the UK.
- Get another person who wants to exercise more into the outdoors, be their guide.
Nothing too taxing and all could contribute to the most popular New Year Resolution to get fit!
The Isle of Anglesey Walking Festival is due to start this Saturday (May 29th) until June 13th. On the evening of June 3rd, organisers of the festival are holding a speed dating walk.
During the speed dating walk, a man and a woman will be paired up for 10 minutes of the walk before they change partners. At the end of the walk, you even get a glass of wine. At present, the number of women signing up to the event is outnumbering the number of registered men. There are half as many men as women.
So, if you’re interested and fancy a romantic stroll to watch the sunset, get yourself down there. You never know, you may find the love of your life!
As part of the Ramblers 75th anniversary celebrations, the Ramblers are offering the first 30 non-members attending each Get Walking Day walk the opportunity to take advantage of a one year’s membership of the Ramblers for only £1.
Get Walking Day is the Ramblers flagship national walking event and this year’s festival is being held on May 23rd.
A year’s membership usually costs £29.50. By becoming a member of the Ramblers, you will gain access to 28,000 walks per year, discretionary discounts, and a subscription to Walk magazine.