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Walking for mental fitness

Walking for Mental Fitness

Have you ever noticed how much easier it is to open up to others when you’re walking beside them, rather than sitting opposite them in a closed space? We believe that there are so many mental health benefits to walking and talking with others, outside in nature. 
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Running for Resilience - 1km at a time, by Victoria Hatch

“WHY? WHY ON EARTH ARE YOU RUNNING 100KM?” - MY MUM. It’s a fair question to ask: why would I decide to run 100km in 24 hours? Well, there are a few reasons, with the main reason being that I wanted to do some fundraising along with raising some awareness around how mental health is linked to ou...
A Wild Welcome to Wales, by Mind Over Mountains volunteer Sian

A Wild Welcome to Wales, by Mind Over Mountains volunteer Sian

Our volunteer Sian shares her time from our first event in Wales. From the idyllic backdrop of Pistyll Rhaedr Fall up to Cadair Berwyn, to discovering a new slower pace and healing power of nature. In the words of Boris himself; You should go outside to exercise - but you shouldn’t go outside to...
There's no substitute for the hills, by Alex Staniforth

There's no substitute for the hills, by Alex Staniforth

We’re proud to say Mind Over Mountains is back! Of course, the last few months have been immensely challenging for our mental health - and with access to support services and our coping mechanisms restricted by lockdown - we were worried about a perfect storm for poor mental health across the UK...
One Mountain at a Time, by Alex Staniforth

One Mountain at a Time, by Alex Staniforth

  There seems to be so much suffering in society. Perhaps it’s timely with the end of the summer holidays that people start to become overwhelmed and unsure of the future. I’ve heard of several suicides, missing people, and others struggling to cope in the last few weeks alone - and wondered, “wh...