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New Year Resolutions Made Easy with OutdoorNI.com

Posted on January 4, 2011 @ 12:03 PM in Adventure

There are plenty of reasons to be cheerful in 2011.  The snow has gone, the water has returned so it is now time to begin making those New Year resolutions.

We realise making a resolution can be easy but sticking to them can be hard so here are our top ways of kick starting the New Year.

Walking in the MournesWinter Race Series

Ladies only – New Years Resolution Club
Mobile Team Adventure – throughout NI

Taking place for 6 Saturdays from 8th January – 12th February a series of adventures have been specifically designed for the girls (sorry guys) and all activities are conducted within a non-competitive, encouraging & supportive environment.

Hike your way to health
Belfast Hills Partnership – Divis & Black Mountain
Saturday 8th January

Take part in Belfast Hills Partnership’s New Year’s walk of Divis and Black Mountain. Kick off 2011 as you mean to go on. Shed the season’s excesses and feel good again.

Introduction to Sea Kayaking
Mobile Team Adventure – Strangford Lough
Tuesday 18th January

Work on your paddling skills and discover the beautiful art of sea kayaking; paddle solo or tandem; develop your skills on open water, learn to use tides and currents and other skills involved in Sea Kayaking.

Winter Race Series
Rostrevor, Castlewellan, Tollymore Forest Parks and Stormont Estate
Thursday Evenings

 For something a bit more energetic 26 Extreme invites you to banish your winter blues and take part in the Winter Race Series.  On these race nights competitors will don their head torches and with their fellow runners will light up the trails through the forests as they take part in these unique 10k off road runs.

Mountain Sojourns
Mournes

Mountain Sojourns is offering a series of ways of getting active this winter.  Nordic Walking and Mountain Navigation Courses are just a few of the options available to get out in the fresh air.  

There are so many ways to make a great start to a great year!

 


Chris Scott
Chris Scott

When not boring everyone about his little kids’ latest antics, Chris enjoys sailing and cycling, if only to offset his love of eating out and Marlborough Cabernet Sauvignon..

3 comments have been posted in reply to this article

Posted by manchester handyman on March 13, 2011 @ 9:51 PM

you could always keep fit by doing a few days a week work with me ;)

Posted by plasterers manchester on March 13, 2011 @ 9:53 PM

Going on holiday to snowdonia fro a few days next month, any good activity centres close by?

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