Whether you’re an experienced rider or just getting started, it’s always a great idea to explore mountain biking trails outside of your home town. In this blog we take a look at some of the best mountain bike trail centres and mountain bike trails in the UK.
‘Get outdoors more’ is one of the most common New Year’s Resolution to make on the 1st of January, and for good reason. The problem with resolutions is that we all have busy lives. Often, by the 1st of February we’ve forgotten all about our promise to ourselves. Here’s a list of our top tips to help you easily keep your outdoor promise.
The holiday is booked. The adventure is planned. The bags are still not packed… But don’t be put off packing for your next holiday or adventure! Our travel check list will help ensure you have everything you need when you arrive.
At Osprey we’re passionate about the outdoors and about the sports and activities we pursue there. In this blog we caught up with Osprey Europe team member, Julia Hamlyn, about her passion for mountain biking. Here’s what she had to say…
The average European spends 160 hours a year commuting to and from work. 9,563 minutes a year in transit to your job doesn’t have to be a chore. Here’s 5 reasons why the active commute is the best way to spend this time.
“If you could give one piece of advice as a professional climber, what would it be?” 5 Pro-climbers give their ultimate piece of advice.
Our list of top climbing locations has a wide variety of styles, abilities and environments for you to choose from for your next climbing trip. From French forests, to Spanish medieval towns and German cliffs; where will your next big climb be?
A wise man once said that a mistake is merely an opportunity to learn. Well why not learn from other’s mistakes too? We’ve compiled the 5 most common beginner backpacking and trekking slip-ups so you can avoid them on your next big adventure.
Summer city breaks offer an ideal way to see a lot in a short period of time and in some glorious weather. One of the most cost effective ways of doing this is with the ‘carry-on only’ ethos. This means you’re travelling light, avoiding extra baggage costs and focusing only on enjoying the cultural delights of your chosen destination.
We’re surrounded by technology, while useful and entertaining, it can lead us to spend a good chunk of our time indoors. For both children and parents, it is important to find a balance and to find a way to get outdoors more. Hiking as a family can be a great way to connect with the outdoors and spend more quality time together.