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After a year of physical and emotional lockdown, we all need to find our wild again in 2021. Over the next few months, we’ll be helping you work out how to get what you need from the outdoors with a series of articles and emails. If you can’t wait, then take our quiz for a curated list of perfect places and the chance to win a £1,000 Canopy & Stars Gift Card.

Eight tips for finding your wild

Finding your wild might sound a bit dramatic, but before you go chopping down trees or looking for bearskin, remember that the wild is different for everyone. You can find it in your own home (which is handy right now) as much as on a mountaintop. What we’re really talking about is a connection to nature that nourishes and relaxes you. Here are eight simple tips that can help you make 2021 a really wild year.

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Five of our favourite trails

With freedom nearly upon us, we've gone digging through our maps and memories for some of our favourite to get you out among the wildflowers of spring.

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Wild swimming tips for first timers 

We got Sian Lewis, aka The Girl Outdoors, to give us her top tips for the ultimate leap into freedom - wild swimming. Find out why, how and where.

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This week's featured collections

Here you can read all the inspirational articles on Find Your Wild, including those from the previous week's themes.

See all our published articles here >