Jennifer P Went for a 3 hour hike in the Devil's Punchbowl here in the UK on Saturday! Sunshine and blue skies when the forecast said rain and cold....WIN!
Simple challenge this one. Wake up, pack some food and drink and whatever equipment you'll need and go outside until it's time to sleep (or sleep outside if you want!). Run, swim, cycle, walk - anything you want, just enjoy the great outdoors! Post of photo or two to share how you spent your day! ENJOY
The Great Outdoors Day Challenge rules
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
“Today I have run 13km, cycled along our great bike paths 25km and walked our National Park and Kokoda 1000 step trail - 6.29km enjoying the great outdoors all day. ”
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Ryan M Yesterday we left around 8:30am went walking, climbing and swimming till late got supplies for a picnic and sat out till 10pm wonderful day but i'm a little sun burnt so no running till it calms down
Carol A Went to Rivington and walked around the terraced gardens and up to the old summerhouse, fabulous day.
Jane H Today I have run 13km, cycled along our great bike paths 25km and walked our National Park and Kokoda 1000 step trail - 6.29km enjoying the great outdoors all day.
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Alan V Had a great outdoors weekend even though it rained a great part of it. Saturday spent at Westport lake then a drive to Peckforton hills, walked to the top in the rain just as daylight was starting to fade way. Today was spent at Tittersworth reservoir, a very rainy day but took the long walk, nice and steady to see the sights. First picture of Peckforton, the others were taken at Westport, a great place to see many birds. I visit there regularly.
Mairead S encouraged this.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!