A Joyously Busy New Map From ST&G

Great Britain is the ultimate adventure playground. Our little island is jam-packed with glorious adventures waiting to be had. And so is this, the ultimate adventure map of Britain. Featuring thousands of wild and beautiful locations, long-distance routes, eccentric events and randomly inspiring trivia, this map is joyously busy. Hopefully you will be too.

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Glory Will Be Yours

Not only is Britain a beautiful place, but at only 600 miles long and 300 miles at its widest, you can explore it properly without having to take an enormous career break. With over 150,000 miles of public paths, 20,000 miles of coastline and over 1,000 islands dotted around its shores, you won’t run out of places to go. Wherever you are in Britain, you’re only a pebble’s lob from somewhere entirely different.   

With ST&G's latest cartographical offering, the Joyously Busy Great British Adventure Map, you'll have all the information and inspiration you'll need to plan and enjoy the finest home-grown adventures. Get inspired, get outside and get some glory!

This super-light, double-sided map / reference guide folds out to 100 cm x 89 cm, but will expand your horizons considerably further. Manufactured with the same materials and by the same printers as the Ordnance Survey's maps, the Great British Adventure Map is:

COMPREHENSIVE - Find all the best places, routes, events and random bits of outdoorsy trivia

INSPIRING - Get entertained and inspired while you plan your dream adventure

PERSONALISABLE - Tick off Britain’s Top 50, and add your own notes and adventure plans

This map is equally for those who love the landscape and natural treasures of Britain and those yet to discover them - the purists, the adventurists, the lycra-clad latest-gearists, the twitchers, the ramblers, the yompers, the glampers, the festival-goers, the Dorset Knob-throwers, fancy-dress fundraisers, serious stargazers, adrenaline junkies, little monkeys and everyone in between. 

 


" This map is joyously busy. Hopefully you will be too. But why is this all in quotation marks?"