The places we care for often make great venues for an outdoor adventure. Whether you're a veteran or a reluctant fledgling, if you want to get a bit closer to nature you're in the right place.
At these places there are so many sports to choose from that you’ll find an activity to delight even the most sceptical. From swinging through the trees to canoeing by starlight, this lot could keep you busy for an entire holiday. Now there’s a thought...
From family activities to tough mountain trails, there's something active for everyone to do at the places we look after in the Lake District.
Come along and try something new at the Clearsky Activity Centre by Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland.
Come to Studland Bay for swimming, kayaking and other watersports, or hire a bike and explore the Dorset countryside.
At the Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre in Pembrokeshire you can try surfing, kayaking, snorkelling and more.
Surfing, cycling and paragliding are just a few of the activities you can try on the Isle of Wight.
Kayak, cycle or surf at one of the beautiful places we look after on the Cornish coast. There are six fantastic beaches around The Lizard waiting for you to discover them.
Visit Gibside for a fantastic run, a game of volleyball or to try your hand at a variety of other sports. Plus, if you cycle here you get a free cup of tea.
From cruising along the flat routes of Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire, to tackling the slightly more challenging hills and valleys of Cumbria, we've got lots of fantastic places for little cyclists and beginners to explore.
New to running? Head to one of these special places to enjoy fresh air and scenery while you work out.
Have a go at climbing to tick off No.46 from your list of 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾. Here are some ideas of great places for beginners to try out their climbing skills.