Are you looking for some unique adventures to take part in this summer? Well, look no further, we’ve got you covered! For all our fitness buffs out there, or even for those looking to get in some summer-friendly activities, there are many fun and interesting things that you can do this year. In this article, we will be listing our top recommendations, including some spots for mountain biking, wild swimming, running, and walking!
1. Mountain Biking On Snowdonia
Have you ever wanted to visit Snowdonia? This summer might be the perfect chance. Deep in the mountains of North Wales, the beautiful Snowdonia mountain range is located. With breathtaking views and extremely accessible peaks, this could be the unique adventure you are looking for this summer. Not to mention, there are many mountain skills and training courses, which are ideal for the fitness buffs among us. You can take part in walking, climbing and even mountain biking. Get your climbing gear and mountain bike ready, and get on over to Snowdonia.
2. The Giant’s Causeway Cycle Route
With 23 miles of beautiful coast, Giant’s causeway is perfect for that long bike ride you are looking for. Cycle along the North Atlantic coast, all the way from Castlerock to the spectacular natural landmark that is the Giant’s Causeway. You can also leave your map at home, as everything is well sign-posted, keeping your hands free for more bike riding! In addition, this adventure is extremely cycle-friendly and even offers a traffic-free riding experience.
3. Running At The Seven Sisters
If you are looking for the ideal walk or nature run, there is truly no better place than the Seven Sisters Country Park, in East Sussex. With its range of superb footpaths and exciting trails, there are many different ways to enjoy this natural scenery. This beautiful landscape boasts chalk cliffs, breathtaking valleys, and of course, amazing paths to walk or run on!
4. Wild Swimming At Windermere
Wild swimming has become extremely popular over the years. Many people are donning their swimming shorts and finding their favourite lakes, springs, or even the sea to get in a bit of exercise in nature. One of the top spots is Windermere, based in the Lake District, Cumbria, which is one of the largest natural lakes and is one of the favoured spots for wild swimmers. If you are looking to escape the heat this summer, we highly recommend packing up your KitBrix bag and taking a natural dip.