#GetOutside #ExploreMore Competition 2019
#GetOutside and #ExploreMore
Last year we launched our #ExploreMore campaign alongside the release of our Land Rover Explore: Outdoor Phone. Our purpose, to encourage everyone to enjoy the outdoors. With your help we shared extraordinary stories, amazing images and sensational videos of beautiful places, moments, achievements and adventures.
In our continued mission, we want to hear from people of all ages and abilities who love the outdoors. Whether it’s a big expedition or a short hike, we want to share and celebrate the achievements of everyone. From walking the dog to scaling the highest summits, we’d love to hear from you.
Each month we will request a different content theme whilst giving away a huge range of excellent prizes. Look out for your chance to win awesome prizes from gift vouchers and Land Rover experience days to OS outdoor gear, maps, GPS devices and Explore phones. The good news is that it’s never been easier to share your story…
This month’s prizes
Keep a look out for this month’s content theme and then share your images and stories with us below for a chance to get featured across our channels.
By sharing your story with us, you will automatically enter the chance to win one of our monthly prizes. (Terms and conditions)
Get involved, #GetOutside and #ExploreMore now!
This Month’s Theme: Family Adventures
From climbing Ben Nevis with your children to your very first family camping trip, we want to know more about your family adventures.
This month’s theme starts 1st March 2019 and ends 11:59pm GMT 31st March 2019.
Story Example 2:
“My best adventure of the year has to be taking my son on his first ever camping trip. At the time, he was two years old and had never experienced a night under the stars!
We camped by the shores of Derwentwater (Lake District) and had three days of exploring ahead of us.
As excited as I was, I was also somewhat nervous, not knowing if my son would like it as much as I had hoped. But it was everything I had hoped for and more. From the moment we arrived, he loved it. He helped pump up the, knock in the tent pegs and roll out the sleeping bag.
We spent the first morning on the trails around the lake before heading off to Whinlatter Forest Park after our picnic. The trek was challenging due to the extreme uphill sections, but we made it.
The second day, we started off with a gentle hike around the lake, feeding the ducks and playing; doing what toddlers do best. We spent the afternoon biking again.
We arrived back at camp for our final night, having marshmallows by the fire, before cuddling up and having my son fall asleep in my arms.
Upon waking, we headed straight over to Wasdale, for our biggest adventure of the trip, a hike up Scafell Pike. We were the only car in the car park, starting the ascent on a crisp and damp morning.
The sun struggled to come out, however, shortly after ascending (with my son in his little life backpack carrier), the clouds descended, and we had 10m visibility. We’d of course come prepared, with map and compass to hand. We made it to the top and spent a few minutes as the highest people in England before the weather drove us back down.
My son ticked off his second of the three national peaks (having done Snowdon at the age of one).
The trip was wonderful and so rewarding. It made me so happy that my son loved his first camping experience and is now firmly a lover of the outdoors.”