It's the first activity on the 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ challenge and if you're heading to the woods, then you should be able to find a tree or two to climb. You'll need one with thick branches that will be strong enough to hold your weight.
Rolling down a hill is a seriously fun way to spend some time. All you need is you (obviously) and a hill and you're away. The bigger and steeper the hill the faster you'll go - so watch out for obstacles like rocks or even animals!
No.3 camp out in the wild
Your back garden might not seem that wild but it's a great place to pitch a tent and keep an eye out for animals. Fall asleep to the tune of bats and owls as they go about their night activities.
No.4 build a den
Collect some snapping branches and crunchy leaves and start building your hideaway in the heart of nature. Who knows which inquisitive animals may pop by for a visit!
No.5 skim a stone
How many bounces can you do? Flat, smooth stones are the best for skimming, and there are plenty to be found on our beaches. Why not challenge your family and friends to a competition?
No.6 run around in the rain
All you'll need for this challenge is a rainy day and yourself! Running around in the rain might seem crazy when you start, but you'll soon be splishing and splashing around like a fish.
No.7 fly a kite
If there's a little bit of wind then it's kite flying weather - feel it pull away from you into the sky. Can you keep it in the air and not get the string tangled? It takes skill to be a champion kite flyer.
No.8 catch a fish with a net
Go on an adventure to the sea and find an underwater world that’s teeming with wildlife. You might find pollock hiding amongst the rocks and shallow waters or gobies, fivebeard rocklings and blennies lurking in a rock pool. Remember to put any fish back quickly once you’ve had a look, and don't ever leave them in a bucket in the sun. Some fish like weaver fish and spiny fish can be poisonous too.
No.9 eat an apple straight from the tree
Crunchy, fresh from the tree apples are incredible to eat. Just make sure you've picked a tree with eating apples, rather than cooking apples, which aren't nice to eat at all.
Even bold adventurers don't need to go too far from home to tick off challenges from the 50 things activity list. Here are our top ten ideas for activities that you can do in your own back garden, nearest park or outdoor green space.