Climbing trees with kids is fun, adventurous and simple. All you need is the right tree and a head for heights – and you’re off!
The gritstone escarpment of Stanage Edge in the Peak District is one of Britain’s most iconic landmarks – and the perfect place to walk with kids.
Our little family recently swelled in numbers from three to four, with chubby monster Dougie joining the party. We’re a bit biased, but he’s already a handsome little legend!
So all of a sudden we’ve got two young kids, but it hasn’t stopped us getting outdoors as a family. Here are our top eight tips for walking with babies and toddlers – it’s tough, but not impossible!
Lammas Land Pool is an awesome place to take kids on a hot summer day, with a giant paddling pool, playground and cafe set in a park just a short walk from Cambridge city centre.
Go Ape Nets Kingdom is an awesome adventure playground set 30 feet above the forest floor, full of treehouses, netted walkways, slides and inflatable balls. And it’s perfect for young kids.
Last weekend my 3-year-old drove an actual riverboat and ticked off around a dozen new wildlife species. If that’s not a good family day out, I don’t know what is.
The National Trust’s Formby Beach in Merseyside is a perfect family day out, with a long golden beach surrounded by towering sand dunes and thick pinewoods full of red squirrels.
This collection of 8 great winter walks for families is designed for getting outdoors with your kids on short, frosty and spectacular days.
For the second year running, the wonderful people at Go Outdoors have shortlisted The Outdoor Dad as a finalist in their blog awards – and NOW WE NEED YOUR VOTES!