Head off on a UK based adventure your GoPro won’t let you forget. Here we bring you some of our favourite locations for getting some fantastic footage whilst adventuring in the UK…

21 November 2017


Cairngorms Adventure Winter

Looking to get away and enjoy some fantastic experiences in the Scottish mountains and glens? Head to the Cairngorms, an outstanding site jam-packed with natural beauty. With 5 of the 6 highest mountains in the UK, the place evolves into a snow filled haven when winter comes with opportunities for skiing, snowboarding and the odd snow ball fight. If that’s not enough there are huge forests to be discovered and large lochs to be explored, including the iconic Loch an Eilein home to the 13th century island castle, accessible only by boat!

Where to stay: Glenmore Caravan and Camping Site - 7 miles away

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Dive Scalpa Flow Orkneys

Pack your waterproof case and head over to the Orkney Islands for your next trip taking a dip in in Scapa Flow, a world-renowned site for maritime history. Explore the sunken ships of both World Wars at this fantastic underwater wreckage site, head out and see the site where seven German military boats still lay underwater after a vicious battle that saw them sink to the depths. Learn the stories behind each one and exactly how they came to rest all those years ago, a trip you will not forget.

Where to stay: Dunnet Bay Club Site  - 22 miles away

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 Orkney Isles


Paddle the River Spey

The most popular river for paddling adventures in Scotland, The River Spey can be navigated with relative ease when conditions are in your favour making it a great spot for those new to kayaking and canoeing. There are many paths that you can take, including the route which starts at Newtonmore and ends where river meets sea, this will take around 3 days to complete with numerous spots along the way to ‘wild camp’ in the shores and forests or stop by at one of the local campsites. Embark on this adventure and you are sure to be amazed by the surrounding Scottish scenery.

Stop off along the way at one of these spots along the River:

Speyside Camping and Caravanning Club Site - 1 mile away from nearest point


Glenmore Caravan and Camping Site - 5 miles away from nearest point 

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 River Spey



Peak District

An ideal spot for those looking to explore the outdoors. In 1951, the Peak District became the United Kingdom’s first national park, since then it has developed into a hotspot attracting both walkers and cyclists. Why not enjoy some rock climbing in the great outdoors, head underground and explore the caves or enjoy some water sports on one of the reservoirs? The Peak District is also steeped in history, you can explore the imperial state rooms in Chatsworth Hall or enjoy a nostalgic steam train journey along the Peak Rail. When exploring the park on foot, you may come across some aircraft crash sites from the World War, where parts of the wreckage still lies to this day.

Where to stay: Chatsworth Park Club Site - 3 miles away

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 Peak District


Lake District

Take in the sights of this wonderful National Park on your next trip. The Lake District is home to many sights of outstanding beauty including Langdale Valley, Ullswater and Windermere amongst other sites, all of which can be explored by boat, on foot or two wheels. The park can be explored throughout the year however be prepared for snow if you visit in the winter months. There are many family orientated activities throughout the park including rowing boats, treetop adventures and much more which make it an ideal location for a trip away, the Lake District has got it all.

Where to stay: Limefitt Holiday Park – 9 miles away 

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 Lake District


Caving at Easegill System

Head down under into the largest cave system in the UK. The Easegill system is made up of 40 miles of caves and chambers which cover 3 counties! With over 10 entrances to the caving system there are many opportunities to pick and choose the route you will take. Will you abseil down the 33 metre drop at Lancaster Hole? With a number of mud filled chambers and long twisting routes this is a tough but extremely rewarding cave system.

Where to stay: Old Hall Caravan Park – 10 miles away 

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Canoe the Severn

Take in the beauty that lies on the shores of the River Severn as you embark on a canoeing journey that will see you travel from Coalport to Bewdley, a stretch of around 21 miles that will take 2 days to complete with ample opportunities to get out and sightsee. The river remains incredibly rural up until Bewdley, making it a great spot for adventuring and wildlife spotting and is regularly explored by those in both canoes and kayaks. Why not take a picnic along with you and watch the river flow by as you stop at one of the many river shores?

Stop off along the way at: Severn Gorge Park Homes – 2 miles away 

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Snowdonia National Park

On the search for an epic weekend away? Look no further, Snowdonia National Park has it all, with over 150 attractions including trampolining in underground caves to zip wiring on the world’s fastest zip wire?

If that isn’t enough, they even have their very own Surf Lagoon, situated at Surf Snowdonia, home to an array of other water sport activities including a catapult blob and a Crash & Splash lagoon! The area also boasts some fabulous scenery, allowing you to capture those perfect shots.

Where to stay: Beddgelert Caravan and Camping Site - 4 miles away 

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Explore the New Forest

Once a hunting ground for King William I many years ago, the New Forest is a  largely untouched landscape home to vast areas of heathland that many ‘New Forest ponies’ call home. There are a wide range of nature-based activities on offer including both canoeing or kayaking on the fabulous Beaulieu River. For those looking to discover the New Forest on two wheels there are many on-road and off-road routes available for those of all abilities allowing you to get the most out of your time in the New Forest.

Where to stay: Sandy Balls Holiday Village - 7 miles away

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Dover Castle

Take a step back in time and explore the forgotten wartime tunnels of Dover. Constructed by order of Winston Churchill to house artillery teams assigned with firing upon nearby German ships, these tunnels remain relatively untouched since then. A guided tour will see you travel 75ft below the Kent coastline into an underground world providing insights into what life was like as an artillery gunman during WW2. Take in the sights of the recently re-opened underground war tunnels and the stories that come with it on your next trip to Dover.

Where to stay: St Margarets Bay Holiday Park – 3 miles away 

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Dover Castle

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