Join the Outdoorsing Club

Discover our FREE events hosted by The Outdoorsing Club, crafted and led by experienced female outdoor leaders. Whether you feel inspired to hike a mountain, find your balance on a paddleboard, or take a stroll through epic woodland; ACAI’s Outdoorsing events are opportunities to venture into nature with like-minded women.

Women who get outdoors, feel better about their bodies*

Research shows just two hours in nature every week increases a woman’s happiness. And women who spend time outdoors are more likely “to experience positive body image”. It’s against this backdrop ACAI created The Outdoorsing Club to inspire women across the UK to experience new adventures. So why not join our ACAI Adventurers, alongside other like-minded women, for a free, organised opportunity to get a boost from Mother Nature?

 *Reference: Stieger, Aichinger & Swami, 2022

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Take a look at our upcoming events

Our events book up very quickly but we are adding more all the time, with more exciting walks and scrambles coming soon. If the event you are interested in is fully booked, please register your interest below to be kept in the loop of new events coming up, or contact the event host directly (instagram link is in the event listing) to be added to the waiting list. You will then be notified if space becomes available.

Yorkshire Dales Hike with a Waterfall Dip
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Led by Izzy Taylor @wild_0utdoors on Sunday 4th December in the Yorkshire Dales.
This event is FULLY BOOKED. Please register to hear about our upcoming events.

Izzy grew up in the mountains, has an awful lot of experience and has hiked her whole life. The Yorkshire Dales has so much beauty and is frequently overlooked by hikers and outdoor adventurers. For this hike, you’ll take on Whernside, the highest peak in the Yorkshire Dales with the opportunity for an optional wild dip/swim in the stunning waterfall at the bottom. This hike is approximately 11km and will take 4-5 hours.

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Lake Views with Hanna
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led by Hanna Smith @hanna.outdoors on Saturday 5th November 2022. This event is FULLY BOOKED. Please register to hear about our upcoming events.

Hanna is an avid outdoor adventurer and loves spending time outside on walks, wild camping and packrafting. This scenic walk will start off in the quaint village of Grasmere, and will take you through some pretty woodland to find Rydal Caves. You can then hop over the stepping stones into the man-made cave before heading uphill to the top of Loughrigg Fell. You are rewarded with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and lakes below. The descent will then take you back into Grasmere to try some of the "World's Best Gingerbread".

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Ogwen Valley Scramble
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Led by Jessica Withers @rivers_and_roads on Saturday 12th November in Snowdonia. This event is FULLY BOOKED. Please register to hear about our upcoming events.

Scramble in Snowdonia: Jess is a keen rock climber and hiker, who will take you on a scramble in Snowdonia. Begin with a short walk up to Llyn Idwal, head around to the Idwal slabs where the Scramble will begin and take you up to Glyder Fawr. After topping out you will take a hike across the Glyders and descend down Y Gribin back to the Ogwen Visitor Centre. All skill levels welcome wether you are a keen scrambler or want to gain more confidence on these types of route.

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A beginners road cycling in Balloch – Loch Lomond
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Led by Leanne Wrightson @blooming_wild_adventures on Saturday 29th October 2022. This event is FULLY BOOKED. Please register to hear about our upcoming events.

Join cycling instructor Leanne on a beginner’s road cycling route around Loch Lomond. The area has beginner options available so allows you to build up your confidence and is also really central and easy to get to. The event is a road/gravel route for beginners aimed at around 10-20 miles at party pace. There will also be a puncture repair shop with a coffee and cake cafe stop too! 

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The Great Gardening Adventure
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Led by Shannon Keary @diaryofaladygardener on Sunday 13th November in Devon.
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Experienced gardener Shannon invites you to her own flower garden in Devon for her Great Gardening Adventure! it's a beautiful space which has a lovely woodland walk, sheep and minature donkeys and of course the beginnings of a flower farm! Starting at 10am you will arrive at the venue and explore the grounds. This will be followed by a Pick'n'mix seed bombs class, Microgreens sow-along, Air dry clay nature craft and a no dig bed activity which takes you up to 3pm when the session will end.

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Past Events

A Gorge-ous Amble in Somerset

A brilliant Sunday exploring Ebbor Gorge, which was the highlight of the day. We walked through the beautiful Somerset countryside with views along the way, including the Glastonbury Tor! The views were made that much more special by the great company of like - minded women who got together to enjoy their shared passion of Outdoorsing! A Sunday afternoon well spent!

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Walk on the Edge, Peaks Views

A beautiful hike in the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park. Taking in some spectacular views such as the famous Derwent Dam, Back Tor trig point, Derwent Edge and the Salt Cellar. This 8 mile loop is a personal favourite of Emily's who is a qualified hill and moorland leader. 

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Sugar & Grace in the Brecon Beacons.

A lovely gradual 5km walk through beautiful rolling hills to the wonderful summit. The trig point offers 360 degree views across Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains.

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Cornish Haven is a Place On Earth

A dreamy coastal route with views to die for, well worth a visit to admire the turquoise seas and a stop for seal spotting.

School Run Mums’ Peak District Dash

This 4-5 mile walk takes you through Lud's Church - a deep, gritstone chasm in the woods full of history, myths and legends. You'll then enjoy a walk through the beautiful Back Forest before heading to The Roaches trigpoint to enjoy some spectacular views.

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Picturesque Tarns How - Views of Windemere

For this walk, you will start at Glen Mary Bridge Car park, going through the picturesque woodland along the bracken path to Tarn Hows. You’ll walk around the tarn and then through the steep path to pass Tom Gill Waterfalls. You will then cross the road to Yew Tree Tarn - one of the most picturesque tarns with autumn trees all around.

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